Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Mims Lawley crowned queen of Varsity Club homecoming • Chem. society tours refinery • Rabbi to address YM-YWCA • UC Messiah chorus largest in history • UC grad gains re-appointment • Curtain Club plans courtroom scene • Four Y commissioners plan program ideas • Rev. Gonser Founder's Day speaker; 5 degrees conferred • Who will U.C. put in power? • Concerts available to music group • Bible study class meets • 62 Ursinus students appear on evasive Dean's list • Truth about Stine? • Football holiday??? • Hazel strikes! • 24-hour call crew • Girl ex-leather-neck in South? • Lantern seeks to make its lamp brighter • Ursinus spirit and the freshmen • Hot off the stove!!! • "Mr. Everything" on campus • Honor system topic at WSGA meeting • Rabbi Schorsch to speak to SWC Wed. • Lafayette downs Bears in twin overtime 4-3 • Booster officers elected • Nutley tennis star • Curtis Hall sweeps I-M football crown • Belles preparing for all-college tourney • Bears tie Garnet in last 90 seconds: 28-yard pass to Krasley Garner's 20-20 deadlock • Wagner drops fifth straight; Juniata trips Dickinson 31-0 • Belles bow to West Chester 5-3; U.C. Jayvees lose • Wynia, Moliter elected to Booster Committee posts

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Homecoming, Mims Lawley, Beardwood Chemical Society, Sun Oil Company, Marcus Hook Refinery, Messiah, Emil Schorsch, YMCA, YWCA, Mykola Saporoschenko, Curtain Club, Founders Day, Albert G. Gonser, Pre-legal Society, Music Club, Stine Hall, Hurricane Hazel, maintenance department, Jeanne Moore, Marines, Lantern, dining services, soccer, Larry Zartman, student government, Booster Committee, tennis, Irene Rawcliff, field hockey, intramural sports, football, Leroy Krasley, Don Carver, Jerry Nunn, rules and customs, Annette Wynia, Lois Moliter


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 54, Number 3.

Roland Dedekind, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 25, 1954



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