Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Bears batter Dragons 12-6 in second win • Dr. Alyea speaks at Forum; Subject: Peaceful atom use • WSGA meeting; Revised rules, officers named • Alpha Psi Omega meeting; October 15 reception • Pre-meds meet tonight; Cancer film will be shown • Fall retreaters discuss one world; Plan Fall program • Frosh down sophs in "break," Oct. 11 • Alpha Phi Omega elects new secretary; Makes plans • Spirit Committee holds dance-rally Homecoming eve • Meyers elected V-P of soph class • Ann Leger representative to World University Service • Students rock and roll at O Chi-Demas "mixer" • Old Timer's Day October 19; Organizations ready campus • Argentinean to be WRC speaker Wed. • MSGA holds meetings; Subject: Concessions, new proctors' rules • Placement Office informed of graduate employment • "Messiah" rehearsals begin; To be given Dec. 12 • Meistersingers organize • Editorial: Comments on customs • Dating traditions at Ursinus • Sensible punctuation • Letters to the editor • The service and you • Stevens downs soccermen 4-2 in second half rally • Anderson and Prutzman score against Drexel • Zeta Chi fraternity to present trophy at Homecoming game • WAA elects Dietrich as '57-58 vice-president • JVs lose 1st game; Third team wins • Hawaii, Europe talks at I.R.C. meeting Oct. 7 • S.R.C. meeting October 16

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 57, Number 2.

Walter William Montgomery, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 14, 1957



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