Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Campus Chest to feature bicycle race, ugly men • E.I. du Pont Company gives $4,000 to Ursinus • Chem. society to hear Dr. Tyree on Thursday • Forty-five men sign frat bids • Chairmen chosen for May pageant; Assistants named • WRUC is now approved; Broadcasting begins soon • Dr. S. Y. Tyree, noted chemist, to address Forum • U.C. represented on Mademoiselle board • French Club sponsors lecturer on chateaux • Cub and Key asks junior men to apply • Phi Psi to sell shoe shines for Campus Chest • Pre-medders see film on open heart surgery • Jane Johnson chosen queen of Lehigh frat • Annual senior show to be presented on March 11-12 • Editorial: Hidden meaning • Library suggests: Anatomy of a murder; The Fountainhead • Letters to the editor • Twilight zone • For Spencer Foreman • Ode to Mr. Jones • Bears end 1st winning season since 1950-1951 • Mermaids lose three meets, but overcome Beaver • Girls basketball team defeats West Chester STC • Dean is Middle Atlantic state wrestling champ • Spoons, as in knives and forks • Ten expectations • May Day dance tryouts • Pagan puzzle • Book review: The Status seekers

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 59, Number 13.

Marla J. Shilton, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 7, 1960



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