Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Forum hears Norman Palmer talk on India • Honor system is MSGA topic at open discussion • U.C. group visits UN headquarters • "Messiah" features well-known soloists • Conditions in modern Austria revealed Monday by Thalburg • "No easy answer" seen by Chi Alpha Society • Faculty join students in show, Friday • Play polished by intense rehearsal • Music Club members attend harp concert • Dr. J. E. Wagner speaks, receives degree, Tuesday • High schools to tour campus • Doctors to appear at pre-med meeting • Dr. Yost presides at English lit reading • Pep talk on FTA affiliation given to campus members • Editorials: Education; Change in policy needed • Song and slogan spur Chest drive • Y sponsored work week commences November 30 • "God and the atom" to be coming attraction at vespers • Barbershop quartets present fine program • Beardwood Society plans field trip to exposition • Greek columns • Ursinus - F. & M. rivalry ends after fifty years • Variety of speakers highlight programs of past Founders Days • JVs lose second to strong Temple • Hockeyites down Temple in thrilling victory, 1-0 • Juniata defeats Bears for undefeated season • Cagemen initiate season tomorrow • Belles captain All-College teams • LaSalle defeats soccer team; Settles scores for Ursinus • Zartman, Settles, Dawkins score; Bakermen win, 6-2 • Writer satirizes sports jargon

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Norman Palmer, student government, Honor System, United Nations, Hans Thalburg, Messiah, Chi Alpha Society, YMCA, YWCA, Curtain Club, Music Club, Founders Day, James E. Wagner, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Raymond C. Truex, John H. Van Dyke, Calvin Yost, Future Teachers of America, Campus Chest, Newman Club, pre-legal society, fraternities, sororities, Spirit Committee, Beardwood Chemical Society, football, field hockey, basketball, Marge Merrifield, Jen Price, soccer, Ben Settles, Larry Zartman, Ed Dawkins


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 53, Number 6.

Mary Jane Allen, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 16, 1953



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