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Curtain Club production to provide audience with thrills and suspense • Well attended Lorelei features canteen theme and original corsages • Ada Chang describes Pearl Harbor bombing • Andy Kerner and band to play for Navy ball Friday evening • Lutherans elect Leona Bechtold president at Thursday meeting • YMCA will have elections • Vespers feature male quartet in challenge to youth service • 'Stardusters' make second visit to Valley Forge General Hospital • Betsy Shumaker elected editor of Lantern to succeed Haines • Churchmen to conduct denominational groups • Senior pictures for 1945 Ruby to be taken Wednesday • Thoughts turn to ball after memorable Lorelei • Quintet wins two games; matmen tie and lose • Basketball team overwhelms Juniata, 73-54, on home court Friday night • Girls drop first game to Swarthmore, 34-19 • Wrestlers tie Muhlenberg, 18-18, in thrill-packed match Wednesday • Ursinus beats Drexel in second encounter • Girls' jayvee sextet loses to Swarthmore • Wrestlers suffer defeat Saturday • Dr. Harry Paisley celebrates eightieth birthday at party • PFC Warren Francis engaged to Miss Biggard of Glenside • Assemblyman Wood gets important committee post • McClure attends church meeting • Haines to review book tonight
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Harter, Joy; Kuntz, Adele; Haines, Henry K.; and Brunner, Margaret, "The Ursinus Weekly, January 29, 1945" (1945). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 697.
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