Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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SGAs to sponsor forum on governments on Monday, Mar. 4 • Freshman women receive "colors" at program, Thurs. • Seniors to give original musical comedy, April 5, 6 • Lisle field representative to visit Ursinus tomorrow • Scholarship fund set up at U.C. by railroad company • Delta Pi man returns • Weekly to conduct vote on Wed. for "best-dressed" girl • UC Debating Club meets Lehigh and Rutgers of N.J. • Four charities to be supported in Campus Chest drive, March 4 to 15 • Sonnie Smith, Marge Struth voted May Queen, manager • Men's government meets at advisor's home • Curtain Club to present "Valiant" • WAA, Varsity Club hold annual dance, Friday • Curtain Club group plays for April announced • Future activities planned by U.C. Canterbury Club • Curtain Club announces name of Spring play • No classes Good Friday • Editorial: Memoranda for March 4 • Cynic • Report on the Perkiomen • Star-reaching • "Who is the best-dressed woman at Ursinus?" • Bears lose to Del., Rutgers; Meet division champs Wed. • U.C. to send Padula, Prutzman and Knauf to championships at G'burg • Prutzman stays undefeated as matmen topple cadets • Mermaids sink to Swarthmore, Wed. • Belles top G-burg; Drop first loss to Beaver

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 56, Number 12.

Lawrence Foard, Jr., editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 25, 1957



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