Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Y plans orientation for incoming frosh • Campus Chest drive to start next semester; How chairman • Frosh set dance date for Feb. 18; Headline wrong! • 24 fellowships offered in research • "Shake, rattle and roll" attended by 500 persons • "Lantern" expands circulation by 3%; Drive for Spring contributions underway • Lorelei date moved; King to be chosen • Dr. Charles Spotts speaks at vespers on "faith, sex, love" • MSGA sets parking rules, special areas; Starts Feb. 7 • May Day here soon; Dust off pageants • Pre-med '55 program adds new features • Social news • Business meeting follows FTA "Freedom to learn" • Editorials: Final challenge; More inclusive Dean's list; Kitchen capers • Cagers overpowered by Fords, Dragons, Blue Hens • Grizzlies down Fords in 26-7 mat rout: Dawkins wins 57th by pin; Padula, Knauf gain falls; Paolone tops co-captains • Third team wins opener by 56-27 • Is cramming necessary?

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 54, Number 9.

Roland Dedekind, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 17, 1955



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