Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Women's AA plan reception for freshmen • Student teachers discuss problems at doggie roast • Leaders elected by women of Day Study • Academic freedom topic of "chats" • Deedes to open Forum season with British foreign policy talk • Draft exams scheduled for Nov. 19, Apr. 22 • Pre-med group hears Dr. Benjamin Souders • Student council activity reviewed by reporters: MSGA announces report concerning Student Union; WSGA holds first meeting, social calendar arranged • String quartet to play this Sunday • Tryouts are held for "All my sons" • IRC will discuss aims of U.S. and Great Britain, Oct. 19 • Fraternities plan receptions as Old Timers' Day highlight • Editorials: Perseverance brings progress; Your ideas in the "Weekly"; Observations unlimited • When Ursinus played Penn • Spirit Committee sparks "U" campus; Outstanding year of '53-'54 predicted • Ursinus coed receives reply to letter "mailed" in ocean • Spencer Hand added to staff of Library • About the Belles: Marge Merrifield captains promising hockey team; Numerous veterans, one freshman named to line-up • "Danny" back at Ursinus • Varsity hockey opens Friday • Bears win opener, 32-14; Lose to Drexel • Soccer team ties Drexel • Gurzynski sees excellent year • Touch football season opens
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Allen, Mary Jane; Westerhoff, John; Garrow, Patricia; Higgins, Joan; Armstrong, Robert E.; Kuebler, Barbara; Singer, Mary Lou; Bowman, Dick; Dedekind, Roland; Schorsch, Ismar; and Citrino, Joseph, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 12, 1953" (1953). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 478.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 53, Number 1.
Mary Jane Allen, editor.