Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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College adopts 3-semester year • Charlie Hoffman's orchestra to play at Friday's dance • British author and critic to address forum Wednesday • Miller article on Singapore is part of January "Amerasia" • Guest professor, F. and M. students lead at vespers • College defense council plans for air raid work and emergency aid • Students will become members of defense council first aid unit • Free Weeklies to Ursinus men in armed forces • Y's committees lead world student service drive to secure funds • Men debaters meet tonight to discuss new questions • Civilian defense at Ursinus • Solidarity is the theme of national YM-YW assembly • Dr. John Perkins tells pre-meds of general practice • College receives large grant from estate of wealthy philanthropist • Bears swamp Lebanon Valley 77-31; bears swamped by Albright 80-33 • Tropp and Arnold win but Fords sink wrestlers by 22-6 • Dependable guard: Al Hutchinson • Freshmen capture "sudden death" tilt from Lions, 33-31 • Cub squad opens seasons with 37-19 win Wednesday • Alumni sextet ekes out 25-24 win over coach Snell's co-ed varsity • "Then across the Perkiomen the skaters glide in flight" • Dr. Miller, Mr. Pancoast attend American political science conference • YM-YW plan winter retreat to formulate new program

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 40, Number 12.

Denton Herber, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 12, 1942



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