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Post-war treaties chosen as subject for year's forums • Council on student activities releases three dance dates • Coolidge delivers Founders' Day address; Pfahler Hall of Science officially named • Ruby editor plans consolidated staff for '43 yearbook • Rev. Imre Kovacs will address next Sunday's vespers • Frosh class chats on life at college • Servicemen to present enlisted reserve plans • College forms defense council • Beardwood Chem Society makes plans for semester • English Club will meet tonight at Dr. McClure's • Navy to commission 3 grads • Cub and Key taps Bauer • Post-war reconstructions will be year's IRC topic • Combined Y's to sponsor Halloween party Friday • Ursinus bears battle Franklin and Marshall to scoreless tie • Steward's punting highlights defense for fighting bears • Girls to open year with Chestnut Hill • Intramural practice to start this week • Huge intra setup to replace winter athletic program • Booster group drives for better school spirit • Bears meet Muhlenberg at Allentown Saturday • Advice on prayer given vespers by Norristown pastor • Belgian girl tells French Club of European education • Rec hall open for dancing
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Pfahler Hall, William D. Coolidge, Harvey L. Carter, Maurice O. Bone, George E. Pfahler, Ruby, Imre Kovacs, Defense Council, Beardwood Chemical Society, International Relations Club, YMCA, YWCA, Cub and Key Society, English Club, Navy, football, field hockey, intramural sports, Elizabeth Knauer, James Bright
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Ditter, J. William Jr., "The Ursinus Weekly, October 19, 1942" (1942). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 741.
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