Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Monaco accepts presidency of class at traditional freshman banquet • Prom, tea, show to capture limelight of senior week-end • War brings feminine touch to Freeland Hall -- first time in history • WSGA will sponsor equipment contest for war loan drive • Alumni take part in vesper service • Professor Michael dies; taught education, math • Youth conference draws 240 delegates to college • Speaker tells of nursing openings • Dramatic group hits all time "low" as hordes attend meeting • Girls adopt Ursinus blazer • Registrar to represent college • English Club admits eleven; meets tonight at Dr. McClure's • Pre-meds to see scientific movie • John Bates to speak to Y • MSG to aid bond drive • Debaters plan tournament • In 1 week Ursinus eats 75 pounds of butter, 2800 quarts of milk • Plans for remaking Germany • Alumni address dedication • Sheeder to attend school of government at U. of P. • Bears drop final game to Swarthmore; McCloskey sparks little Quakers' attack • Tie with Chestnut Hill climaxes undefeated JV hockey season • Varsity team downs alumnae in traditional game Saturday • Penn girls' win is first in history • Third team wallops Chestnut Hill JV's • Hockey fans wander over hill and dale in attempt to discover Penn Field • Penn JV game ends in tie; Jackie Landis, Anne Baird score • Intramural hockey begins today with double elimination contest • Ursinus hockey team stops Swarthmore here, 4-1, with excellent defense playing • Prom etiquette is downfall of many • Alumni presents ship models to Pres. Roosevelt's library

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Lou Monaco, student government, Freeland Hall bell, Eugene Michael, Christine Oglevee, Philadelphia Synod, Curtain Club, John Bates, Franklin I. Sheeder, English Club, field hockey, football, Joseph Dubuque


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 44, Number 4.

Joy Harter and Adele Kuntz, editors-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 4, 1944



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