Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Spirit Committee plans next season's increasing activities • Jim Bowers wins Curtain Club award • Grenitz new captain of debating team • Officers introduced at WAA dinner Wed. • IRC elects Fisher, Hamilton as leaders • Chess Club elects Bretzer • Hennessey, Drum, Redden, Donia win in elections • Fellowship House Choir presents sacred concert • Alpha Psi presents skit on television • Officers introduced, problems discussed at MSGA banquet • Rosicrucians elect Nancy Carson prexy • 3 new cheerleaders selected for staff • Three "Y" members to attend Michaux • Two U.C. students speak on higher Christian ed. • Canterbury Club has service for seniors • John Hottenstein succeeds Beech as Band director • Editorials: Are we specializing too much?; Is repetition necessary? • Listen here • Letter to the editor • Belles split final two contests • Bears succumb to LaSalle, Moravian attacks; Tie Penn • "Big three" set pace as trackmen cop 1st • Netgals smash Penn to end with 4-3 log • Netmen top Hens; Drop 5-4 hound tilt • Another world • Suggested outlet for emotions: Track team • Fraternity row • Engagement

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 54, Number 21.

Richard Winchester, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 23, 1955



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