Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Quartets to hold program Friday, Nov. 6 • Wagner to speak on Founders Day • Juniors to sponsor dance, "Penthouse serenade," Nov. 7 • Model S.C. held at Penn State • Fraternities continue rushing week activity • Group production will be given Tuesday night • Thirty-eight accept bids from sororities, Saturday • Dramatic play to be enacted by thespians • Bloodmobile will be at Ursinus, Nov. 3 • Big-little sister party to be held in rec center • SWC visits Salvation Army; Many attend vespers, Sunday • Executive committee elected by frosh to plan for class • Editorials: Rushing can be improved • Needed: Cash! • Letters to the editor • New preceptresses at South, Fircroft, Clamer • Dr. Phillips reads story by O. Wilde • "Cornstalk capers" is theme of dance presented by sophs • Junior preceptress tells woes and worries of job • Campus landmark views all Ursinus • Fraternities at Ursinus have interesting history • Eleanor Marcon is golf champion • Spirit, skill aid soccer; Team holds .750 record • JVs win 1-0 on Lewis goal • Stadler, Dawkins score as Belles top Swarthmore 4-1 • Merrifield, Price make first All-College • Bears in fourth victory topple strong Wagner, 14-6 • U.C. leads in tourney games • Temple cops four first team slots • Belles win three; Beat Beaver, 4-0 • Bakermen lose to Swarthmore, 6-1

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 53, Number 4.

Mary Jane Allen, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 2, 1953



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