Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Editorial: Some comments on "customs" • Las Turistas • Seniors to elect lifetime officers on Tues. at 12:30 • Ursinus seniors meet business leaders at dinner • Canterbury Club dinner at church in Evansburg • Vespers service ends "religious emphasis week" • Frat Fall rushing ends today at 12 • Teeters to speak at YM-YWCA meeting, Nov. 7 • SRC to show motion picture • Bruin booters rout LaSalle, 5-2; Lose to undefeated Swarthmore, 3-0 • Seven Belles on all college teams • List of men bid into frats today • LeCato stars as Belles cop 3rd in win over W.C. • Famous, Donnelly click as gridders top Wagner, 19-12 • College Library installs new lighting system • Chemical society views two motion pictures • Student union manager announces open hours • Fellowships open to future college faculty members • Chi Alpha to hear speaker on Greek ideas • WAA holds first mass meeting of school year • Veterans certifications due • Fall sorority rushing ends Wed. • WRC to sponsor debate as part of campaign • KDK makes plans for year • Cast chosen for Curtain Club Fall play, "Our town"

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 56, Number 4.

Lawrence Foard, Jr., editor.

Note: The first page of this newspaper contains satirical articles as part of a "humor issue."

The Ursinus Weekly, October 29, 1956



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