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Dr. Philip Hitti to discuss Arab, Moslem world at forum • Betty Conlin chosen to reign as queen over traditional pageant, May 25 • College to offer semester credit in 8 week course • Don Brownlow to play at sophs' Easter ball on Saturday evening • Chorus rehearses for operetta as performance nears • Lantern editorial board elects four new members to staff • New students receive "Red, old gold, black" in Color Day ceremony • Representatives attend intercollegiate meeting held as model Congress • Nick Mancini engaged to play at prom May 4 • Delegates attend model UNO held at Lafayette College • Sororities rush upperclassmen • Henry Haines presents benefit musical show • Where is our flag? • Jane Brusch elected captain of '46-'47 basketball team • Dick Duden's home run clinches victory for Annapolis as bears open season • Ursinus alumnae lose league championship to Ford-Kendig, 50-48 • Bears place 3 men on all-league team • Softball season opens with nine veterans • Freeland-Day tie Brodbeck in interdorm basketball league • "Ursinus before 1870 and after" reviewed at English Club meeting by Dr. Yost • WSSF contributions total $585 as drive ends short of goal • Alumnae serves as Red Cross worker • Debater discuss 'free trade' with Syracuse women • Y to sponsor Easter musical

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Philip K. Hitti, Betty Conlin, May Day pageant, operetta, Lantern, Color Day, model United Nations, Navy, V-12, softball, basketball, Jane Brusch, baseball, World Student Service Fund, Debating Club, Betty Umstad, Calvin Yost


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 45, Number 15.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 8, 1946



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