Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Noted Japanese law professor to address UC Forum • "Our town" given Nov. 15, 16 and 17 • French Club views slides on south France • Yale pledges aid: $2,000 to Hungary student refugees • Frosh members of MSGA installed • ZX party held Saturday • "Help Hungary" fund sponsored by "Weekly;" Ends Wednesday • C-T senior class to present "Fog island" • Chess Club match • Cooperation and revision topics of MS-WSGA meeting • "Y" hears noted sociologist speak • YM-YW sponsors panel discussion on frosh "customs" • "High society" is Fall prom theme • Dumb frosh!! • Editorial: They gave all • Big haircut • Clique: A problem for student activities • Play review: Our town • Belles unbeaten streak stopped by E. Stroudsburg, 1-0; Beat Penn 4-0 • Season bows out as gridders drop fourth to Indians, 33-6; End 3-4-1 • Booters hold F&M to 0-0 tie; Finish with 2-5-3 slate • Dolman releases frosh statistics • Pre-meds to hear talk on "internal medicine" • Great prints exhibited at Phila. art museum • Work on new dorms progresses • Ursinus grad becomes U.S. Navy carrier pilot • "Y" presidents pinned • Chi Alpha hears talk on Greek, Hebrew ideas • Ursinus grad in France

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 56, Number 6.

Lawrence Foard, Jr., editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 19, 1956



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