Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Seniors to feature Bud Williams' band at December ball • Philip to produce Handel's "Messiah" for eleventh year • Wallick to leave in December; Will study at Edinburgh • WSSF starts campaign with goal set at $1,000 • Wallace claims UN is success despite Russian difficulties • Pre-meds offered much for money • Juniors to sponsor tux raffle as part of money-raising drive • What do you like best about Ursinus? • Applications due for grad exam • "Y" to conduct prejudice poll • Pettit appointed assistant registrar • Editorials: Varsity letters; Passing fancies • Letters to the editor • Alumni-society notes • Life of sea calls energetic students for vacation trips • Critic rings bell on Curtain Club's local talent show • Curtain Club stages varied talent show • Don't look now but here's a fan of college males • Coed in top bunk describes 3 ways of making a bed • Haverford thumps Bruin booters 8-1 • Inside on intramurals • Loss of four stars from soccer squad to hurt '49 plans • Bruins to face Susquehanna as grid campaign concludes • Cadets wallop Grizzlies 31-0 for sixth triumph of season • Beaver bows 6-2 to Snell's belles • Player of the week • Harriers place 12th in Allentown meet • Lehigh beaten 3-2 in 2nd soccer win • Jay-vees trip Beaver coeds 5-1 to maintain undefeated record • MacWilliams star of hockey win • Campus briefs: International Relations Club; Curtain Club; Phys Ed Club; Canterbury Club; Cub and Key; English Club; Beardwood Chemical Society; Glee Club; WSGA; French Club; German Club; Business Administration Club

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, World Student Service Fund, John Wallace, Charles C. Wallick, William Philip, William Pettit, Curtain Club, football, soccer, track team, field hockey, Ray Blydenburgh


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 7.

Ray Warner, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 15, 1948



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