Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Honor systems investigated • FTA hears talk on business and youth • Important selective service regulations • Lantern staff adds member; First issue due in December • Big sisters hold party • "January 16th" case to begin; Murder, suicide cause of death? • Dr. Oblad addresses Beardwood Society • Rec center, Library MSGA problems; Constitution revision to be voted on • Forum enjoys talk; Trinidad is topic • Chi Alpha plans Christmas Candlelight Communion • French music treat tonight • Handel's Messiah to be presented December 2 • Observation on honor system plans • Freshmen men elect Redden, Blood to MSGA positions • Bears snag 4th; Topple Kingsmen 19-0: UC explodes in 2nd half; Walker starts TD parade • Heller hurt; E. Stroudsburg fights to tie • LaSalle to play Bears? Rumors of court tilt • Booters shut out Lehigh 1-0, face Drexel, F-M next

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 54, Number 6.

Roland Dedekind, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 15, 1954



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