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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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Norman Dunbar Palmer, Campus Chest, student government, Student Union, J. Newbury, Frank J. Tornetta, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, senior ball, Chi Alpha Society, Curtain Club, James Edgar Wagner, Founders Day, Evangelical and Reformed Church, Hans Thalberg, International Relations Club, fraternities, Ruby, Elsie Belz, Roland Dedekind, Beardwood Chemical Society, Arthur Wrigley, pre-legal society, Red Cross, Interfraternity Council, rushing, field hockey, soccer, football


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 53, Number 5.

Mary Jane Allen, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 9, 1953



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