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Nineteenth "Messiah" to be presented on Thurs. Dec. 6 • Two Ursinus grads die in accidents • Calendar meeting for Spring term held November 20 • UC Forum hears noted Japanese professor of law • UC professors attend registrars confab • Coombe - Rosser engagement • Men's council issues warning on dress for meals • Class of '59 to give "Dogpatch drag" Sat. • Doll exhibit in Library • "Help Hungary" totals $182.57; Drive to continue until Dec. 14 • Seniors' permanent officers announced at "High society" • "Y" meeting hears H.B. Hester speak • Phila. Orch. program will feature Gueden • Stars and Players plan programs; Accept members • Editorial: "Help Hungary": Quality and quantity • Letters to the editor • Book review: Reason why • Story of the "Messiah" • Movie review: Friendly persuasion • Famous to captain '57 Bears; Donnelly takes MVP award • Belles boast five vets; Open Feb. 18 • Woodbury elected '57 hockey captain • Wrestling to begin on January 12th • Intramurals begin • Burger, Taylor and Chern to lead Yost's cagers in 1957 • Bruin five fail to stop Prins; Drop home court opener to Aggie, 59-50 • J.V.s take victory • Alpha Psi takes in new group member • Pre-meds hear Carfagno; To meet with chem. soc. • McClures to give party for Jr. and Sr. women • Cross - Hummel engagement • Armstrongs have dinner • Christmas Communion service • Post Office appeals for early Christmas mailing • Duryea has Christmas party • Joan Finney addresses Canterbury meeting • Ursinus student's poem to be published
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Foard, Lawrence C.; McCabe, Thomas M.; and Leger, Ann, "The Ursinus Weekly, December 3, 1956" (1956). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 417.
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