Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Sasha Siemal, big game hunter, to speak at Forum November 13 • Braille award to Ursinus graduate • Cannes prize film given on Nov. 14-16 • Dr. Staiger presents paper to Chemical Society • Girls sign bids; Sororities welcome 55 new sisters • Becker, Schumaker Ruby business managers • Rehearsals for Fall play begin; "Ten little Indians" a thriller • Founders Day ceremonies held; Dr. S. E. Mackey delivers address: 3 get bachelor, 5 get honorary degrees; Paisley, Beardwood, Stauffer are dedicated • Oriental dance proves successful • Dorms dedicated on Founders Day • Chi Alpha to hear talk on ministerial problems • Editorial: In appreciation • Par la Queue • It ain't what, but who you know! • Letters to the editor • Bears lose third to Haverford; Dickerson makes lone touchdown • Soccermen fight back as Delaware and Drexel win • Belles win 4-3 over Gwynedd; Tie E. Stroudsburg • Miller discusses Asiatic religion at Nov. 6th Forum • SEAP to show film • Discipline, banquet at Xmas, topics of MSGA meeting • CAC plans for ice skating • Four profs elected in Collegeville and Schwenksville

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 57, Number 5.

Walter William Montgomery, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 11, 1957



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