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"Y" invited to Pearl Buck's home Nov. 29 • Calendar policy stated by Dr. Parsons at meeting Wed. • Handel's "Messiah" presented Dec. 8 • MSGA swears in new representatives; Makes plans for Christmas banquet • Garrison, Budd named to Y cabinet; Commissions plan future activities • Last preparations for play Dec. 1, 2, 3 • APO steps toward national charter • Editorial: Solution • Letters to the editor • Different view of the newspaper • What do you know about the debating team at Ursinus? • Vonnie Gros elected captain as Snell's Belles end season • Booters outshine F&M as "headed" goal ends season with 2-1 defeat • Bear eleven snowballed by Juniata, 38-6 • Third team Belles stop Ogontz U., 2-0 • Ursinus debaters place 4th of 24 in successful college tournament • Sorority row • Fraternity row • Chemical society plans trip Dec. 2

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Pearl S. Buck, Richard J. Walsh, student government, YMCA, YWCA, Dick Garrison, George Budd, William T. Parsons, Curtain Club, Messiah, Alpha Phi Omega, Debating Club, Vonnie Gros, field hockey, soccer, football, sororities, fraternities, Beardwood Chemical Society


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 55, Number 6.

Richard Winchester, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 21, 1955



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