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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
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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Ditter, J. William Jr., "The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1943" (1943). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 753.
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