Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Visiting group to complete U.C. evaluation this week • Twenty students enter at mid-year • Men's council hears suggestions • Curtain Club to present The Valiant on Feb. 26 • W.F. Speilman, member of UC maintenance staff, dies • Chest drive dates released • "Y" association to hear refugees • Senate decides on WSGA revisions • Frosh women's representatives chosen; To be installed on Color Day, Thursday • St. John Terrell addresses Forum on drama history • Peirce - Pauli engagement • Dave Burger made "king" of annual Lorelei, Fri., Feb. 15 • Selective Service rules published by administration • Snyder receives Ph.D. degree Feb. 9 • S.R.C. discusses "mental health" • Two UC women attend confab on religious work • Chess Club plays F&M • Editorial: Word of welcome and some comments on evaluation • May Day • Brotherhood Week and the work of the National Conference of Christians and Jews • IRC to hear talk tonight on U.S. and Phillipines • Age of service • Cagers lose to Fords in overtime; Lose to Garnet five Saturday, 84-64 • Ursinus mermaids defeat Drexel Wed. • Belles register two net shutouts • William Yost resigns from court post • Padula stopped as matmen score win over E'town, Sat. • Chi Alpha hears Baker, sponsors weekly talks • Newman Club to hear discussion on J.H. Newman • "Y" heads discuss activities, plans at retreat, Sat. • Pre-med society hears Mercurio; Plans dinner • Fourteen go on mid-year trip to Washington, D.C. • Reed and Barton contest to run through Feb., Mar.

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 56, Number 11.

Lawrence Foard, Jr., editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 18, 1957



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