Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Freshmen choose representatives to WSGA, WAA, YW • Joy Harter resigns as Weekly co-editor • Alberta man, Ken Schroeder to sing leads in "Sweethearts" to be presented April 13,14 • Speaker receives honorary degree as twenty are graduated at mid-term • New students include freshmen and veterans • "B" list includes 48 civilians, Navy • New rec center regulations introduced • B. Cassatt, B. Tyson to debate against Penn State team here • Ruby drive starts; deadline is March 24 • Hunter addresses vespers; stresses internal devotion • Ursinus Circle to award $15 for original May pageant • Library stacks to open to B listers this week • Local churches to combine for open forums in Bomberger Hall • Pre-meds to hold meeting; students to plan calendar • Kay crosses continent to attend college here • Swimmers to have Chestnut Hill meet • New team practices for baseball season • Snell's basketball belles tie Penn girls in hard-fought thriller here Thursday • Decisive win ends wrestling season • Penn Jayvees take Ursinus girls, 22-18 • Bears end season, lose to Lafayette • Varsity, JV bow to Bryn Mawr lassies • Third team girls have only win in triple header at Bryn Mawr

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 44, Number 13.

Adele Kuntz, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 12, 1945



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