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Hudson stresses Christian division from rest of world • YM-YWCA to welcome frosh and Navy at Holiday Inn • Lorelei scores a hit with everyone as girls catch men for dance dates • List of new students includes 13 civilians and 9 fleet sailors • Delta Tau pledges twelve new members • Freshman girls get colors at ceremony • Girls vote tomorrow for 1944 May queen • Y's to present musicale with theme of holy week • Mr. D. L. Helfferich heads post-war planning group • WSGA launches drive for Red Cross here • Old man experience gives pointers to both sexes for next turn-about • Betsy Schumaker '46, leads Wednesday Lenten service • Ursinus debaters to meet Moravian men on Friday • Justine Richards to report on pan-American highway • German Club will have banquet at Kopper Kettle in April • Coeds down Drexel in low-scoring tilt on Ursinus court • Basketball girls win close contest with college of Chestnut Hill team • Sextette will meet Temple team Thursday • Shirley Klein paces J.V.'s against Chestnut Hill • Captain Halbruegge leads second team in easy win • Shreiner and Glenwood win in intramural basketball
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Bright, Marion; Loomis, Jeanne B.; Haines, Henry K.; and Money, James, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 20, 1944" (1944). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 727.
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