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How to find God is Koch's subject at Y's installation • College Who's Who lists ten seniors in current edition • Forty will graduate on January 25 in first mid-year commencement • Weekly board fills editorial positions as nine graduate • Anders pre-med society to hear illustrated talk by noted dermatologist • Band pleases some in inter-frat ball • Biology Department receives microscope from Dr. Price • Men debaters open season • Ursinus queen's coronation will replace May pageant • Clamer girls campused • First Ursinus casualty revealed by the Navy • English Club hears Dunant tell of Franco-Nazi hate • High schools to graduate pre-collegians in 3 1/2 years • Much feted freshman pledges flip the coin and cast the die • Coed wanted to fill post as Lantern manager • Curtain Club tryouts set for Wednesday • "Blues in the night" altered for duration • Wagner explains photos in color at chem meeting • Government seeks woman engineers • Lloyd M. Lebegern dies • Girls open season with Albright sextet at home this week • Jayvees begin practice under coach Hogeland • Rangers and snipers each win twice to take intramural basketball lead • Dribblers get new schedule • Former student gets a 109 • Heiges attends convention
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Homer Koch, Who's Who, John B. Price, Merle M. Odgers, Vaughn C. Garner, Jean-Yves Dunant, Debating Club, Thomas Strange, fraternities, Paul R. Wagner, Natalie Hogeland, Burton L. Weil, basketball, J. S. Heiges
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Ditter, J. William Jr.; Turner, Henry; North, Leon; and Sutcliffe, William H., "The Ursinus Weekly, January 11, 1943" (1943). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 750.
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