Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Annual "Homecoming" day held Saturday, October 20 • "Y" makes final plans for U.C. political campaign • 1957 "Ruby" sales, production begin • ISC announces Fall "rushing" schedule • Deltas hold rushing party • Socialist Party candidate speaks to Ursinus group • Convocation held on Founders' Day; Ten degrees given • C.D. Mattern keynotes "religious emphasis week" in talk, Sunday • Class of 1958 chooses its "Ruby" editors & managers • Schellhase made "Weekly" advisor • Big-little sister party held by WSGA, Oct. 16 • Service fraternity begins pledging, plans program • WSGA dessert for frosh • Editorial: Happy Homecoming! • H-bomb and the future: A democratic view • Who's fault is it? • What's with them? • Republican foreign policy: 1956 platform • Belles edge Beaver in thriller, 3-2 • Sutton scores three as Garnet rout Bears 48-13 before capacity crowd • Soccer team stops Lafayette streak in 2-2 thriller Thurs. • Six Ursinus men at Ike's birthday party • Dewey-Marshall engagement • The reserve and the college man

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Homecoming, YMCA, YWCA, Ruby, sororities, Delta Pi Sigma, rushing, Darlington Hoopes, Founders Day, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Charles D. Mattern, Richard T. Schellhase, Big sisters, Alpha Phi Omega, student government, Belifiore Dillio, field hockey, football, Ron Sutton, soccer, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Edith Jane Dewey, John J. Marshall


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 56, Number 3.

Lawrence Foard, Jr., editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 22, 1956



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