Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Altered constitution awaits ratification of men's assembly • Date rationed gals display patriotism in Lorelei struggle • Jacobs workers vote today on union representation • Lehigh professor will address forum on oriental post-war reconstruction • Sale of war stamps will nominate coed as queen of bonds • Curtis succeeds Cooke as '43 yearbook editor; plans curtailed Ruby • Training program lists 281 colleges • Impressive new electric orgatron replaces Clarke organ in chapel • Ideals of YM-YWCA explained to frosh • Pre-med society will hear talk by med school dean • Dramatic fraternity meets • Music Club holds meeting • Curtain Club admits seven after tryouts on Tuesday • Movie depicts prison camp • English Club to accept four • Women debaters show film • Frenchman leaves job as instructor for armed forces • Krusen heads junior party • Army and report cards decrease total from 535 to 480 students • Sorority skirmishes start tonight; Rushees to cast the die Saturday • Movie-bus tickets ruled out by ODT • Junior class will feature prom and play on weekend • Ditter heads Cub and Key • Church group plans party • Top-flight squads have easy sailing in tilts this week • Coeds top Penn 35-18 for initial triumph • Girls out to upset 2-year jinx in Beaver clash Wednesday • Pete plans games with other schools • Junior varsity comes thru with 29-15 opening victory • Wrestlers to begin intensive training • Jayvees face second test • Commandos move into second place tie as rangers keep lead despite loss • Sociologist discusses folkways in special series of articles • Summer school for V1, V7's • Chem society elects Grubb • Army lists Weil as missing • College and Superior Tube Co. arrange women's work plan • Army calls Cooke, Heckman
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Ditter, J. William Jr.; Zeigler, Jim; Wilson, Bob; and Wentzel, Richard, "The Ursinus Weekly, February 8, 1943" (1943). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 752.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 41, Number 14.
J. William Ditter Jr., editor-in-chief.