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First forum hears political, economic stakes of the war • "Unity in diversity" will be subject of interdenominational conference • Council president tells vespers of religion in college • Fathers' Day banquet to feature addresses by Steward and Ditter • "Praise the lord" chaplain attended college during '28 • Old timers' day to feature Gettysburg game and dance • Curtain Club books play tryouts for Tuesday night • Library increases rake-off on books that are overdue • English Club schedules book review for tonight • Former college nurse attending U.S. Army "somewhere in England" • Detwiler, Brunner elected to fill council vacancies • Bayne to address chemists • Bears will be out for dragon meat in first home game on Saturday • Three coeds place on all-college team • One fifty pounders to begin scrimmage for opening games • Bakermen drop close 1-0 decision to Swarthmore • Ursinus, Bryn Mawr battle to 2-2 tie • Bryn Mawr jayvees wallop Ursinus coeds 7-1 in opener • Gettysburg whips Drexel by score of 18-0 Saturday • Lady with the Packard Clipper and the dog -- that's Miss Snell • Haverford booters defeat bears 10-0 • Sixty-five couples attend varsity dance on Saturday • IRC adopts plan to study post war reconstructions

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, John Nelson, YMCA, YWCA, Harvey L. Carter, Maurice O. Bone, Howell Forgy, Frederick Becker, Charles H. Miller, English Club, Curtain Club, Helen M. Moll, Beardwood Chemical Society, student government, soccer, field hockey, football, Eleanor Snell, Frederick Wentzel, International Relations Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 41, Number 5.

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

The Ursinus Weekly, November 2, 1942



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