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Dr. Wilson Godshall will tell forum of post-war Far East • Commission named to block hoarding of Lorelei material • Diplomas presented to thirty-nine at first mid-term commencement • Enlisted reserves soon to be called under army plans • Economists needed for vital war jobs • Merchant Marine Corps will accept enlistments • Five mid-year graduates to report for active duty • Navy list names grad as missing • Kitchen head faintly optimistic despite rigors of food shortage • Garner addresses pre-meds • Much, Tomafsky dismissed • Additional history courses to be required of teachers • Ghost to get gals money • Coeds face Penn in season opener at home Thursday • Rangers tighten grasp on intra league lead • Jayvee girls to make debut under coach Hogeland in clash with Penn • Unbeaten rangers to play three games while snipers meet sailors this week • Wrestling squad vacancies offer chance for new men • Dean bags large quota in elimination tourney • President attends meeting at Capitol • Weil downs two more Nazis • Phys-edders go swimming • French Club will present Gabin in "Grand illusion" • Hainley sets weekend date

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, John B. Lentz, commencement, Lorelei, Harry E. Price, Vaughn Garner, Edward J. Knudsen, basketball, wrestling, Norman E. McClure, Burton L. Weil


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 41, Number 13.

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

The Ursinus Weekly, February 1, 1943



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