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Pfahler Hall of Science to be named at Founders' Day exercises tomorrow • Johnson, Pancoast address assembly of men students • Y's calendar lists parties next week, events for future • Committee to pick Curtain Club play • Activities council plans year's social calendar • Carter represents Ursinus debaters at 20th conclave • Dr. Pfahler holds coveted positions in field of X-ray • History of the science building dates to modest origin in 1917 • IRC admits 9 new members; Heckman made president • Former European student to address French Club • Men asked not to use roof • YM head tells vespers audience to be builders • Soccer and 150-lb. intramural setup to begin Tuesday • Bears lose to Swarthmore in opening practice game • Fall tennis tourney to start this week • Booster committee to honor Tredinnick at pep rally Friday • Girls hockey team will open season at Chestnut Hill • Mules upset Gettysburg • Ursinus to meet F. and M. • Rec center to open early this week • Football squad to travel to games in private cars • Introducing the 1942 Ursinus gridiron squad • Former college treasurer causes mistrial in court • Chem clan to plan work • Frosh to discuss "life at Ursinus" in fireside chats • Swartley sets October 23 as final Lantern deadline

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Pfahler Hall, Russell C. Johnson, G. Sieber Pancoast, YMCA, YWCA, William D. Coolidge, Founders Day, George E. Pfahler, Harvey L. Carter, Curtain Club, International Relations Club, Robert Bauer, Bette Knauer, dining hall, soccer, football, field hockey, tennis, Bob Tredinnick, Sarah E. Ermold, Beardwood Chemical Society, Lantern, Harvey Rentschler


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 41, Number 2.

J. William Ditter Jr., editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 12, 1942



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