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Ursinus five downs Haverford in fourth straight win, 56-40 • Gaiety is keynote of traditional turnabout • Walter Hartman assume duties as new supply store manager • Dr. Emily Hickman to address forum on "Needs of the international world" • Dick Johnson speaks on well rounded character • Alumnus accepts new post on board of international missions • Commander Norris A. Johnson is now serving in China • Dr. Aubrey talks on Christian way to lasting peace • Frosh debate Norristown seniors • Senior reviews novel for club • Students elected to Delta Tau • Clubs to hear George Shoemaker • Betty Carr wins club presidency • Total enrollment to reach 575 • D. L. Helfferich receives office • Down pre-exam blues mail that valentine • Phys-edders display talent as thespians • Snell's belles triumph over Bryn Mawr on loser's court • Ursinus trounces Susquehanna 49-28 as Love scores 15 • Third team wins 23-12 over Bryn Mawr coeds • Scoring pace for varsity set by Bugs Calhoun, Connie Warren • JV's defeat opponents 45-18 as bears have scoring streak • B. Forney's betrothal announced

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, basketball, Lorelei, supply store, Dick Johnson, Emily G. Hickman, D. F. Ehlman, Edwin E. Aubrey, debating team, Norris A. Johnson, enrollment, English Club, George Shoemaker, French Club, Donald L. Helfferich


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 45, Number 10.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 11, 1946



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