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Academic council announces future examination dates • Banquet and party will highlight gala Christmas season • Frosh elect Bain to council • Adamic explains "Two-Way passage" and reconstruction plans to forum • Annual senior ball trip to tropic isle attracts 120 couples • Oldest grad dies in Philly hospital • Four soloists and supporting chorus score in "Messiah" • Pre-Meds hear Dressler talk on tropic diseases • Ex-college nurse moves • Thirteen added as Weekly reporters • Rev. Schlingman to speak at brotherhood meeting • Inter frat-sorority ball will climax rushing week • Year's first Lantern issue to be published this week • "Ring around Elizabeth" pleases large crowd as weekend climax • Ursinus grad of '38 receives commission by "air mail" • Jayvee hockey team had good year with five wins, two losses • Giants dominate intramural all-stars named by coaches • Muhlenberg captures league football title • Intramural teams ready to begin after holidays • Ping pong tourney begins • Take a look before you leap • Bowen receives commission • Fraternity rushing rules • Registrar's office issues reserve list • 1914 grad made lieutenant colonel
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Christmas, Messiah, Andrew Bain, Louis Adamic, Ottobein Dressler, Abraham B. Markley, Helen Moll, Lantern, Paul Craigie, Edward Schlingman, Curtain Club, Charles N. Bowen, intramural sports, field hockey, George R. Ensminger, fraternities
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Ditter, J. William Jr.; Wentzel, Richard; and Melson, Donald, "The Ursinus Weekly, December 14, 1942" (1942). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 749.
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