Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Spirit revives as Bears, Fords deadlock 14-14 in first home game: Pep takes spotlight in rival skirmishes • Stassen to appear at annual program for Founders' Day • Isaacs to consider communism in Asia Wednesday evening • Tumblers add novelty to day • Men's council acts on damage problem • Thespians discard group play system • Radio experts build new, improved set for college station • Y commissions plan for initial meetings • Traffic man helps maids in distress • Sophs plan dance, hayride; Name H. Lintner treasurer • Pre-med group to meet tonight • Lantern seeks new writers to augment present staff • Booster committee reorganizes; Reed accepts eight new members • Editorial: Customs • Moores enjoy college life a la Swiss • Alumni-society notes • Letters to the editor • Vice-president participates in '49 education congress • Athletic organization sells socks • Professor receives appointment • Briefs: French Club; Pre-legal society; Chess Club; Future Teachers of America • Harberger wields baton • Coeds make ready for hockey opener • Wieneke installs T.; Pleased with spirit • Ursinus to meet Dickinson in third gridiron clash • Bears tie Fords 14-14 in first home game • Player of the week • Dorm teams start with full program • Booters to launch season on Saturday • Frosh lads rejuvenate customs pandemonium • Rally and dance win merit of enthusiastic students • Women's government names committee representatives

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 49, Number 2.

Betty Leeming, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 10, 1949



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