Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Palmer to speak on U.S. and India Wednesday night • Campus Chest opens contest • MSGA hears cheating case; WSGA meeting held Monday • A tradition dies, buried in snow • Newbury discusses Argentina in Ursinus class Wednesday • Barbershop quartet program postponed until November 13 • Group play deemed success by reviewer • Alumnus talks on anesthesia to pre-med society • "Shades of indigo" to be prom theme • Head of E. and R. Church is Founders Day speaker • IRC to hear guest speaker • Pledgees sign fraternity bids • "Helena's husband" is group II presentation • 1955 Ruby editors are Dedekind, Belz • Chem society hears talk on Laminar chart • Pre-legal society to sponsor debate on red China in UN • 100 contribute to fill Ursinus bloodmobile quota • Editorials: Open letter to the Weekly staff • This week: Friday the 13th • Letters to the editor • Unexpected snow causes unusual weekend antics • I-F Council adopts new rule on rushing • Soccer team loses to Haverford, 3-2
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Allen, Mary Jane; Westerhoff, John; Garrow, Patricia; Mistovich, Mildred; Killheffer, Mary Louise; Armstrong, Robert E.; Schorsch, Ismar; and Bowman, Dick, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 9, 1953" (1953). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 482.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 53, Number 5.
Mary Jane Allen, editor.