Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Dean Pettit explains makeup of Dean's List, ineligibility • Campus Chest drive begins; Free blotters • Ursinus host to S. E. district FTA • Soph "Shamrock shuffle" Sat. • Messiah chorus presents records to Dr. Wm. Philip • Weary Chess Club drops 3rd, loses to F & M by 4 1/2 - 1/2 • Movie "Symphonie pastorale" to be presented Mar. 17, 18 • Records available • Gerald Hottenstein lists 10 "musts" for FTA group • "My three angels" cast chosen • Canterbury Club to visit Philadelphia Divinity School • First music seminar • Dr. Spurgeon English speaks on "a second vocation" at Forum • Levin elected head of '56 spirit group • Betty Tayes writes winning pageant • Plastic surgeons to address pre-med society tonight • Chi Alpha to discuss church fellowship • Junior prom "Spring coronation" at Sunnybrook on April 22 • A.P.O. strongmen begin conservation project • Sorority news • Are training tables necessary? • "Y" intercollegiate meeting yesterday • Gals rout Penn 76-43, Kuhn, Gros garner 62 • Bird belles score 3-2 win at Bryn Mawr • Beaver edges UC mermaids in 31-26 tilt • Owl timekeeper blamed for 48-48 court farce • Dawkins, Padula to take mats in AAU's nationals • Ted Sholl tallies 24 points as Curtis I cops intramural title • Baseball coming attractions

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, William Pettit, Campus Chest, Future Teachers of America, Messiah, William Philip, Chess Club, Gerald Hottenstein, Curtain Club, Canterbury Club, Marion Spangler, Studio Cottage, Spurgeon English, Spirit Committee, Harvey Levin, May Day pageant, Betty Tayes, Junior prom, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Clifford Thoroughgood, Steven Arventis, Chi Alpha Society, Alpha Phi Omega, sororities, YMCA, YWCA, badminton, swimming, basketball, baseball, intramural sports, Ted Sholl, wrestling, Ed Dawkins, Dick Padula


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 54, Number 14.

Roland Dedekind, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 14, 1955



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