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Drive extended to obtain $2000 for fighter plane • Navy plans to continue college training program • Dr. W. D. Fuller will speak at forum this Wednesday • Twenty-five graduated at mid-year exercises; Philadelphia surgeon speaks • Thirty colleges to hold model United Nations conference March 30 • Educated women needed now in armed forces, later in post-war work • Navy men shifted to other units • Wilmer Knight '41, killed in action on Italian front • Dr. Garrett discusses France Forever conference • Loraine Walton appointed assistant editor of Ruby • May pageant deadline set; rules announced by dean • Warning to men: Lorelei is March 18 • French Club hears lecture • Army-Navy qualifying test will be given at Ursinus • Betty Tyson to review poetry • Hart and Hudson lead services • Pre-meds to hear doctor • Need for Christianity stressed at vespers • Girls' basketball team ties Penn with foul shot in closing seconds • Ursinus deadlocks Bryn Mawr after trailing, 8-6, at halftime • Second team trims Bryn Mawr sextette • Girls' third team defeats Main Liners by two points • Groups plan semester work at Y retreat yesterday
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Bright, Marion and Loomis, Jeanne B., "The Ursinus Weekly, March 6, 1944" (1944). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 725.
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