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Enrollment is highest in history as veterans return under G.I. bill of rights • Rehearsals underway for "Countess Maritza" production March 26-7 • Ursinus coeds capture swimming title as team takes top honors in relays • H. Haines to bring musical show to Ursinus as benefit for WSSF • Girls' Glee Club plans to sing for Easter program on April 17 • Vesper group hears Dr. Maurice Armstrong • Debaters to attend model legislature at State College • Five junior phys-edders receive basketball ratings from board • Social workers address Y group • Frats and sororities to sponsor dance • Chaplain Early tells experiences with Patton army to group • Students meet to plan activities of semester • J. Morrison assumes duties as new steward • Owlettes win 32-26 in close contest • Varsity triumphs over Chestnut Hill • Mermaids open season with win over Temple • Leopards capture Middle Atlantic title in invitation tournament held at Lehigh • JV scores decisive 28-12 win over Temple on home court • Drexel tallies once in final period as bears win clash 37-33 • Susquehanna swamped by fast scoring bears • All stars defeat champions; Amadeo high scorer for victors

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, enrollment, veterans, World Student Service Fund, Curtain Club, swimming, James E. Morrison, Glee Club, Maurice Armstrong, Debating Club, YMCA, YWCA, John W. Early, basketball


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 45, Number 12.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 18, 1946



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