Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Marshall stresses service to others to set up kingdom • Ursinus to be host to debating teams • Betty Kirlin and Julia Ludwick elected to head girls' campus organization • Levitsky leads band for Mardi Gras fete at sophomore dance • Help purchase Ursinus jeep through war stamps • Women lay plans for May production • Debaters to meet Moravian Thursday • Talk on north Africa to highlight program of 'France forever' • Six from Ursinus elected to TKA • Casts chosen for 2 plays to be given on May Day • Native Oslo girl to talk on Norway • Dr. Herman speaks at dinner • Musical by college choir to portray Easter story • Red Cross seeks volunteers to give pint of blood for wounded soldiers • Activities council to meet May 3 for reorganization • Beardwood to reorganize • IRC to show movie Friday • Hainley stationed in Ohio • Minister encourages general fellowship • Dorm bull sessions accept American-Jap classmates • From Weekly files of 1918 • English Club hears two book reviews • April 26 set for drawing of rooms for non-Navy men • Pre-med movie illustrates peptic ulcer complications • Racquet wielders plan another good season in spite of vacancies • Girls anticipate good softball season to keep up 1942's undefeated record • Undefeated Highland six grabs inter-dorm basketball trophy • Ursinus men play for local champs • Girls' softball starts with 2 dorms to a team • Men begin season with games in gym • Dr. George Finnie to speak • Register now for May Day • Grad substitutes for M.D. • Seven local boys take Army-Navy tests Friday • Mrs. Sheeder speaks to guild

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Navy, James Marshall, student government, war bonds, May Day pageant, Jean Steck, Tau Kappa Alpha, debating team, Brit Aabakken, Robert E. Hainley, Curtain Club, Beardwood Chemical Society, Edward Platts, tennis, softball, basketball, Beatrice Pearlstine


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 41, Number 23.

Marion Bright, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 12, 1943



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