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Music 'who's who' honors Dr. Philip in 1941 edition • Ursinus to open Christmas season with 'Messiah' presentation Thursday • Jerome Davis calls for student aid in transitional period • Vespers group told to rely more on faith • Y party and communion to climax the yuletide • Record crowd at ball; Club '41 a gala affair • Critical essays, poetry, and stories in Lantern • Dr. Miller to speak on Far East at IRC-Haines meeting • WSC donates five books on vocations to the library • Wilcox describes St. Michel at meeting of French Club • Newman Club discusses trade unions and the living wage • Dr. Baker tells brotherhood of friends' democratic spirit • Helene Berger reviews "Mrs. Miniver" for English Club • Men debaters open season against Hartwick on Friday • Embryo writers read and criticize their originals • Railroads reduce rates for students in "college specials" • Bears beat Mules, 63-0; co-education to stay; all revealed in 1904 Weeklies • Seniors meet to register preferences for positions • Hash closes three weeks practice with scrimmage at Penn's Palestra • Star candidates answer Kellett's practice call for frosh basketball • Women making plans for basketball schedule • Diplomats and Leopards top bears all-opponent eleven • Snell hockey squad turns in another record of success • Veteran team and lighter card help bears' 1941 hopes • Friends of library choose Heiges as their president • Ursinus graduate stresses anatomy as basis of medicine • Dr. Elmer Bertolet to tell Beardwood Society about dyes • Three frats add members!

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, William F. Philip, Messiah, Edward K. Knettler, Eugene Miller, Lantern, Christmas, Alfred M. Wilcox, student government, Donald G. Baker, debate team, library, basketball, field hockey, Jesse Heiges, Irwin S. Leinbach, Elmer C. Bertolet


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 39, Number 11.

Nicholas Barry, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 9, 1940



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