Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Ben Napier's band to play at Lorelei Friday evening • Reed and Barton starts contest • Mr. Schellhase and Dr. Fletcher assume positions on Ursinus faculty • Pi Gamma Mu to discuss plans at meeting Feb. 15th • "Y" group travels to New York City • Dr. Wolf addresses pre-meds tonight • Marriage seminar well supported; Hears Dr. Hoffman • National group honors Dr. Ogren in Georgia • Stephen Cary replaces Elsa Maxwell at Forum • Jen Price awards colors this week • Ronald Kichline '16 dies in Reading • Valley Forge String Quartet to present musical • Mike Pedicin sextet enjoyed by 200 students • Parking rules enforced • McIntyre wins verse award • Editorial: Our maturity and the new cut rule; Give blood! • The Middle of the Night sees return of aging Edw. G. • The missing man in modern society: The individualist • Tears turn to cheers as Hellers' last-second goal wins thriller • Mermaids capture first by edging Drexel, 32-22 • Cagers face rough tilts this week after scoring impressive 77-67 win over Fords • Grapplers maul J. Hopkins; Face Hens tomorrow night • Letter winners • Bruins defeat Pharmacy, 74-67 • 1956 Ruby posts schedule for pictures this week • Freshmen members are chosen for Y cabinet • Fraternity row • New books on the library shelves • Nominating com. discusses pageant • MSGA urges clean-up in dorms • Coke machine for Pfahler

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 55, Number 10.

Richard Winchester, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 13, 1956



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