Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Lehigh prof blames Japanese ambition for Far-East war • Haight takes lead in bond queen vote • Thirty-four army enlisted reservists to report for active duty next week • Hudson speaks at vespers program on lasting gifts • Wilson yields his swing and sweet at annual Lorelei • One dance, coronation replace May pageant • Curtain Club picks play for weekend • Nurse's course to be given • Pre-meds hear Dr. Perkins • Library will assist victory book drive • Second registration due for war ration booklet • Juniors plan party Friday • WSGA welcomes freshman girls at traditional Color Day • Y plans hop next week • Bus-movie tickets stopped • Frosh women make sorority choices in midst of tears, squeals, and hugs • Report by med school association gives Ursinus grads high rating • Lantern completes staff • Girls will travel to Swarthmore for third game • Wrestling squad opens intercollegiate schedule at Swarthmore Saturday • Ursinus to meet Haverford in initial court tilt Friday • Gunners meet pilots for fourth position; Playoffs start today • Coeds beat Beaver to end 2-year jinx • Jayvee team looks ahead to first trip Wednesday • Jayvees outscore Beaver for second victory 26-14 • Four scoring records smashed in intramural climax; Snipers forge into tie with rangers for league lead • Parents by proxy aid Spanish child

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Wilson Leon Godshall, Jean Haight, Newton Hudson, Lorelei, William Perkins, Color Day, Curtain Club, sororities, wrestling, basketball, Lantern, Carmen Oyarbide


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 41, Number 15.

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

The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1943



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