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
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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Warner, Ray; Hughes, Anne; Bare, Nancy; Edwards, Frank; Nicholls, Fred; Deitz, Susanne; Haney, Elizabeth; Horner, Fay; Herber, Carolyn; Stewart, Jeanne; Burton, John; Todd, Roy; Saurman, George; Helfferich, Bill; Heron, Jean; and Gehman, Bob, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 15, 1948" (1948). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 2123.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 7.
Ray Warner, editor-in-chief.