Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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We must not lose this peace, urges Miss Sigrid Schultz • Who's Who honors Ursinus seniors • Arsenic and Old Lace scores hit before two capacity audiences • Middleton celebrates fifth year in Navy • St. Luke's holds special services: Ursinus graduates prominent in history of local church • Men debaters seek new Navy, civilian members • Mr. W. H. Ludwick speaks to students at vespers • Students and faculty meet • E. Jane Thomas to review Joseph P. Marquand's book • Student leaders to direct combined Y fireside chats • First Lantern to be Jan.1; will be distributed free • Hobson and Duhring emerge gay, livable after paint, confusion • Navy men transferred • True confession • Coeds remain undefeated; take strong Temple team • Jayvee's trounce Temple; Sally Secor leads attack • Jeanne Mathieu and Ann Harting lead charge of forward line • Hockeyists cut grass on old football field • State teachers bow to hockey elven • Penn booters blank bears 5-0; snow hampers play • Snell's belles have unusual teamwork plus outstanding individual players • Grace Knopf leads dances at first WAA meeting

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Curtain Club, William Middleton, Navy, V-12, Sigrid Schultz, Who's Who, debating club, Arthur C. Ohl, St. Luke's Reformed Church, William H. Ludwick, English Club, Lantern, student housing, field hockey, soccer, Women's Athletic Association


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 42, Number 2.

Marion Bright, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 15, 1943



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