Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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MSGA buys record player • Pre-medical society tours medical college • Mayberry completes course • Deltas present "Greditzia Moraine" to college • "Stardust" top song • "The Monkey's Paw" Group I production • U.S. Naval Reserve to visit Ursinus on November 17 • Naval aviation cadet program here, Nov. 15 • Dr. Lionel Mapp to speak on "Trinidad: Medical and ethnic" • Rabbi Schorsch speaks on religion • Wood sweeps Ursinus election by 64% • High school groups see campus, slides • Unique features in "Night of Jan. 16th" • Earle elected president of U.C. Canterbury Club • Beardwood meeting tonight; Dr. A.G. Oblad to speak • Sororities change rushing schedule because of holiday • Rushee "cooling off" period • Does college life promote maturity? • Junior class to sponsor "Harvest moon ball" dance • Editorial: Sanctuary of silence? • Bears maul shaky Wagner eleven 34-7: Famous counters 2 Td's; Walker sparks UC assault • UC whitewashed 1-0 at Swarthmore

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, student government, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Women's Medical College, Philadelphia, David S. Mayberry, Delta Pi Sigma, Hurricane Hazel, trees, music poll, Navy, Curtain Club, Lionel Mapp, Ismar Schorsch, Canterbury Club, Peter Earle, Beardwood Chemical Society, A. G. Oblad, sororities, rushing, Library, football, soccer, Ken Walker, Bob Famous, Lee Krasley, Larry Zartman


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 54, Number 4.

Roland Dedekind, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 1, 1954



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