Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Committees busy as Indians as Fall play opening nears • Final seminar on religions, Nov. 20 • Group production of homicidal thriller, Nov. 26 • Detweiler, Heckler elected to MSGA • Trip for pre-medders • Talk on South America • Seniors to hear business heads at "ACES" banquet, November 25th • 20th anniversary of Messiah, Dec. 12 • IRC hears hitch-hiking student speak of travels • Frenchman to tell of experiences in World War II, Tue. • Football finale • KDK welcomes new sisters • Editorial: Time for thought • Thanksgiving verses for our times • Her first and last try • Letters to the editor • Bears lose to Dutchmen 13 to 7; UC scores with 91 yard pass-run • UC wins two as girls top Beaver and Gettysburg • Lehigh bows to Ursinus 3-2; Bears break tie in the 4th • Four UC girls place on all-Phila. hockey team • "Knight of nights" to be theme of senior ball • S. Siemal speaks at Forum on "jungle babies" • Y to hear Dr. Moss speak at Forum on December 11 • American biographer to speak at Forum Dec. 11

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 57, Number 6.

Walter William Montgomery, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 18, 1957



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