Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Fine cast chosen for coming play, Jupiter Laughs • Ensign Miriam Waltemyer to speak on Navy waves • Senator Ball will speak at Ursinus this Wednesday on post-war world • Ursinus honor grad to speak tonight • Dorothy Waltz engaged • Intersorority dance postponed • Students joyful at belated banquet • Rosicrucians elect girls to fill coveted offices • Memorial marks site of girls' seminary • Post-war employment ideas solicited in Pabst contest • Dr. Hartzell holds office on Collegeville council • Combined Y's will sponsor amateur night on Friday • Rev. Shaffer addresses student body at vespers • Ursinus students speak • Publishers offer awards to writers in services • German Club features sing • James Boswell to teach mathematics at Illinois • Leona Miller to give make-up demonstration • Captain Fury presented • Loraine Walton to review Taps for Private Tussie • The librarian's angle • Courtmen lose close tilt to F. & M. when Mackin scores in last minute • Garnet crushes Ursinus grapplers • Carney beats Shope in intramural games • Men's varsity defeats Valley Forge hospital • Five girls return from 1943 varsity • Freshman receives rating in 1943 tennis lineup • Basketball five downs Superior Tube team • War cannot stop Russian colleges • Ursinus students flock to Thompson-Gay gym

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Miriam Waltemyer, Curtain Club, Joseph H. Ball, C. Grove Haines, Rosicrucians, Glenwood Memorial, Pennsylvania Female College, George W. Hartzell, W. R. Shaffer, YMCA, YWCA, James L. Boswell, English Club, German Club, library, basketball, tennis, Annette Danenhower


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 43, Number 6.

Marion Bright, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 10, 1944



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