Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Dr. Wilton Krogman speaks at Forum Wednesday night • French collection at Phila. museum • Lively discussions highlight Y retreat; Improvements for next semester suggested • Ursinus College publishes the Dean's list • Freshman class chooses officers; Elect Houser, Dempsey, Dippl, Reid • MSGA discusses parking problem at last meeting • Robin Blood chosen as fraternity queen during weekend activities • Changes are made by Curtain Club • Editorial: Little things? • Letters to the editor • Thoughts while failing a test in Pfahler Hall • Bel gives advice to all his friends: "Smile, Amico" • Experiences of an Ursinus student while seeing Paris • Powerful Moravian attack rolls over Bears in 40-0 gridiron rout • Booters beaten by Fords; Top LaSalle • Injuries take glimmer from Wagner win • Ruth Heller heads list of 9 all-college Belles • Hockeyettes beat G-burg; Tie Beaver • Intramural interest low as Brodbeck cops crown • Comm. announces Bermuda ruling • Pledging begins for Alpha Phi • Sorority row • Schedule for Ruby pictures to be taken November 9, 10

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Wilton M. Krogman, Philadelphia Museum of Art, YMCA, YWCA, student government, Ben Houser, Barry Dempsey, Rudy Dippl, Pauline Reid, Curtain Club, Robin Blood, Belifiore Dillio, Paris, football, soccer, field hockey, intramural sports, Ruby, sororities, Alpha Phi Omega, rules and customs, dress code


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 55, Number 4.

Richard Winchester, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 7, 1955



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