Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Committee reveals full social calendar for spring semester • Amateur show will be Friday; civilians and Navy are eligible • Frosh to receive colors Thursday • Two weeks remain to originate May pageant for Circle prize • Ursinus representatives observe Cultural Olympic productions • Operetta leads are well-trained soloists • Vesper guest talks on future of Chinese race • Johnny the mailman is Ursinus' favorite man • Open forum to discuss the church and peace • English Club elects 7 members; entire group to meet tonight • Red Cross drive nets $145.20 in one week campus campaign • College announces date for ASTRP test in April • Yearbook drive to end Saturday at midnight • Tribute to a regular fellow • Ursinus outswims Chestnut Hill, 36-21, in club's first meet • Third team displays fast basketball in 25-19 win over St. John's • Varsity coeds defeat Beaver, 23-21, in home game Saturday; Jayvee team clinches double-header with easy 28-19 victory • Dorm teams compete in basketball contests • Jayvee coeds lose one-point thriller • Chestnut Hill stops Ursinus varsity, 30-13

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Alberta Man, Kenneth Schroeder, Ruby, Navy, V-12, C. Trimmer, May Day pageant, Johnny Gottschalk, Color Day, Red Cross, English Club, Arno Kuhn, swimming, basketball


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 44, Number 14.

Adele Kuntz, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 19, 1945



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