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Varsities to clash in basketball game for feature event of Ruby rally • Rev. Franklin I. Sheeder to terminate position as college registrar July1 • MSGA holds meeting to revise constitution on pre-war basis • Inter-sorority-fraternity dance to mark reorganization of frats on campus • Ursinus honors court kings with banquet, letters • Representatives attend debaters convention • Inter-frat board has first meeting Monday • Ursinus faculty club meets • Pre-meds change membership rules • Carolyn Howells to give report on trip, conference tonight • Peg Singley addresses vespers • Frosh party features get acquainted theme • Christine Franzen reviews book at English club meeting Monday • Lantern requests new writers • Spring weather causes less study, more play • Varsity, jayvee teams win over Penn to end successful basketball season • Baseball squad begins practice for opening game with Annapolis • Ursinus sinks Penn in last meet, 44-13; girls capture firsts in all six events • Alumnae nose out Owlette six, 41-39 • Old-timers triumph 38-32 over varsity • Chestnut Hill hands jayvees first defeat • Swimmers are winners at Chestnut Hill 39-18 • Round robin schedule adopted for girls' intramural basketball • Coach Pete Stevens issues call for track candidates • Compensations outweigh trials and tribulations of basketball manager • Frosh basketeers win over upperclassmen

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, basketball, Ruby, student government, Franklin I. Sheeder, fraternities, sororities, debating team, Canterbury Club, YWCA, Lantern, English Club, pre-medical society, baseball, swimming, track team


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 45, Number 13.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 25, 1946



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