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Russell C. Johnson resigns at college • Forum to present Miss Sigrid Schultz Wednesday night: Radio commentator to speak on They'll do it Again • Curtain Club to open dramatic season with thriller, Arsenic and Old Lace • Organization heads meet tomorrow night at 7:30 • Ruby will come out if students subscribe • New Supply Store has P.O., soda fountain • Dr. Garrett joins faculty • Seniors elect Marshall • Former Weekly editor engaged to Verna Bock • Women's Club sponsors Valley Forge songmen • Pre-medical students take nationwide aptitude tests • Women drop torch and pick up tray • Stevens departs to enter service: Coach goes to battle Nazis after nine years at Ursinus • Girls whitewash alumnae, Chestnut Hill in hockey • Snell's belles blank Bryn Mawr for third straight hockey win • Bakermen jolt Haverford in soccer curtain raiser • Temple victory highlights 1943 Ursinus grid season • Coeds entertain freshmen with campus fashion togs • English Club to review war aviator's book • Jim Marshall is speaker at first vesper service • Freshmen get acquainted, dance to recordings at reception • Trappe church to celebrate bi-centennial on Sunday • College to hold second qualifying test Nov. 9
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Bright, Marion and Suflas, Irene, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 8, 1943" (1943). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 717.
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