Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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The "Night of January 16th" to be Curtain Club Fall play • Gayle Livingstone wins essay award • History Department starts "Bible study" group • Fraternity row • IRC invites students • Beemer, Ramsey get NR commission • WSGA classified Bermuda shorts • "God, our help in ages past" theme for weekend retreat • Chem. society opens term • "Y"'s plan for '54-'55 • FTA to hold first meeting • Forum on October 31st • Maples and Lynnewood have new preceptresses • Editorials • Cub and Key celebrate 15th anniversary • Debators campaign • Paolone sets '54-'55 MSGA in motion • P-T day • Band lays plans for Old Timers' Day • Maintenance men active • French Club to meet Tues. • Continental observer • Price of originality • Volume XXII of The Lantern • Captain Stadler, hockey gals out to beat 1-loss 1953 mark • Ehlers' passing nets Curtis lead in grid campaign • Don't buy your spirit, we have it for free! • Conti, Carver break away to blank Crusaders, 12-0 • Fall volleyball replaces hockey in intramurals • Fumble, blocked kicks aid Drexel win: Dragons maul Bears 41-13; Hart, Campiglia big guns • Booters down Hill School in 5-1 opener; Four back • Stick gals bow to Beaver 5-3 after injury to Ruth Heller • Emerald gals use teamwork in 7-0 victory • Chess Club elects Scheirer new prexy • Aregood to preside over first Chi Alpha meeting • Frosh united? • Want an activity? Join the "Y" • Robert Sutton new librarian

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 54, Number 1.

Roland Dedekind, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 11, 1954



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