Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Guest vocalists and musical organizations will blend talents in "Messiah" presentation • Wenhold tells vespers that giving is one of most important virtues • First forum hears discussion of the post-war world • Gordon airs and novel tavern party to highlight gala senior weekend • President McClure calls for balance in time of crisis • Dr. N. W. Winkelman, Penn neurology prof, to address pre-meds • Michael named member of survey committee for secondary schools • Ursinus ranks high in grad school placements; stands 47th in survey of 215 leading colleges • Rec hall to have host, hostess; Appleget plans novelty events • Bomberger memorial maintains unceasing vigil as it celebrates completion of fiftieth year • Federal government to levy 10% tax on admissions to college activities • John and David Garvey present music recital in Bomberger Hall • Bear quintet faces Lehigh in season's opener this Saturday • Twenty-one wrestlers prepare for opener against Kutztown Wednesday • Co-eds have last year's team intact for season's play • Jing Johnson announces athletic award winners • Captains elected! • 20 frosh candidates drill for season's play under coach Pancoast • G-burg's Bullets dominate bears opponent team; Petro unanimous • Bears make "all" teams of opponents and scribes • Giving: the spirit of Christmas • Vickland and Jamison to handle soprano, tenor parts in "Messiah"

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, International Relations Club, French Club, debate team, Norman E. McClure, Steel Jamison, Zu Loewenstein, Roy Wenhold, Eugene B. Michael, Fred Appleget, basketball, wrestling, Messiah


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 40, Number 10.

Denton Herber, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 8, 1941



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