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Vespers audience hears Koch speak on life of Christ • Dr. Carter instructs men's debate club in argumentation • Louis Adamic, noted author and lecturer, will address the December ninth forum; fifth "Messiah" to return following night • Styres, de Nault, Jamison, and Vickland will be featured as vocal soloists • Negro youth tells of race prejudice • Seniors rushing plans for December weekend • Williams tells chemists about science of tanning • English Club hears Hopkins review "Unforgotten Years" • Forum's town meeting scheduled tomorrow • Pre-meds will see movies • War bonds and stamps sale begun by women's council • Hundred attend Y party • Intra Giants shellac Redskins 32-0 while Packers trample bears 20-7 • Snell's belles undefeated; polish off Drexel and Penn • Johnson views football future with optimism • Bakermen cocked to beat Penn JV • Bear co-captains end grid careers • Intramural registration will end Wednesday • The tumult and shouting dies: Ursinus held her own this year • Stevens reveals plans for winter intramurals • Forum hears Frenchman
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Homer Koch, Harvey L. Carter, debating club, Louis Adamic, Messiah, racial discrimination, Henry Williams, YMCA, YWCA, English Club, soccer, football, field hockey, intramural sports, Marcel J. Brun
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Ditter, J. William Jr. and Much, Joe, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 23, 1942" (1942). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 746.
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