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Hazel invades Y-retreat but festivities continue • Juniors next for pictures • Intramural debate to be held Friday • B.A. admission tests • Sorority rushing schedule set up by I-S Council • Guilty or not guilty answer to Jan. 16th • Old Timers' Day big day for alumni and students • Carl Smith FTAVP • Pre-legal to hold meeting • Politics and humor mix at first Ursinus Forum • MSGA holds open meeting • "Political situation in France" topic at French Club meeting • New Weekly series to start • Students attend Chi Alpha meeting: Aregood presides • Fraternities view prospects • Lantern adds 13 members • Abstractly speaking • Cheers for the substitutes • Dinner opens Canterbury year • Belles blank Garnet by 3-0 • Curtis captures title by downing Brodbeck • Weekly sponsors music poll • Gridmen rebound to stall Haverford, 12-0 • Booters remain undefeated; Zartman, Dawkins, Burger star • Supply Store reveals policy
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, YMCA, YWCA, hurricane, Ruby, Debating Society, sororities, Night of January 16th, Old Timers Day, alumni, Carl Smith, Future Teachers of America, Pre-legal Society, Maurice W. Armstrong, student government, French Club, Chi Alpha, Jack Aregood, fraternities, Lantern, Canterbury Club, field hockey, intramural sports, football, soccer, Nicholas Chapis, supply store
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Dedekind, Roland; Okino, Hazel; Smith, Carl; Garlich, David; Pauff, George W.; Bowman, Dick; Sholl, Theodore; and Wertz, Ann, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 18, 1954" (1954). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 456.
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