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Ursinus quintet clinches southern Middle Atlantic Conference: Bears' 42-31 triumph over PMC Saturday brings team into top league position • Debating teams join new area conference at meeting held Friday • Ten students complete credits, will receive degrees in July • YM-YW holds retreat to plan for next term • Grant Harrity elected president of honorary debating society • Instructor speaks to vesper group • Emily Hickman speaks at forum on problems facing world today • Try-outs conducted for Countess Maritza roles • WSGA sets March 15 as final date for May pageant scripts • Graduate, retired minister dies • Term paper plague strikes easy prey • Women's Debating Club travels to Gettysburg and Dickinson • IRC to present motion pictures • WSSF still seeks your help • Coed sextet trounces Rosemont College 42-18 • Geist retains second place in comparative scoring race • First deck Curtis tops Duhring as team heads for intramural title • Jay Vees triumph 35-21 over Rosemont sextet • JV downs Beaver 24-15 to remain undefeated • Ursinus defeats Greyhounds 64-50 in ninth victory • Beaver hands Ursinus first loss of season • Owls are threat to Ursinus coeds • Third team downs Jenkintown coeds in 26-15 victory • Model Congress to open in Harrisburg, Mar. 29 • Mrs. Eli Wismer resigns position • Club sees slides on Germany

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, basketball, YMCA, YWCA, debating team, May Day pageant, Curtain Club, Emily Hickman, Maurice Hohlfeld, Tau Kappa Alpha, A. P. Frantz, World Student Service Fund, International Relations Club, alumni, Bob Geist, intramural sports, Eli F. Wismer, German Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 45, Number 11.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 18, 1946



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