Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Prom to feature Johnny Austin, Sr. lord and lady • Wanamaker to give $1,000 scholarship • Sella resigns as senior prexy; Popowich unanimously chosen • Sixteenth "Messiah" performance to be held in Bomberger, Thursday • IRC to hear Chester Bowles at Bryn Mawr tonight • William S. Pettit named Dean of Ursinus College • MSGA hears student ideas at meeting • Raises revised by Stars and Players • Marge Merrifield wins hockey honor • Y plans party • Editorials: Honor at Ursinus; Maintenance mixup? • Cutting • Greek columns • Thespians present "All my sons"; Reviewer notes fine performances • Pledge reveals fun and difficulties of informal Ursinus sorority initiation • Dorms eagerly anticipate vendors' nightly visit • Hockey team ends season • JV Belles down Penn, W. Chester, Bryn Mawr • Soccermen lose to F&M; Season ends with party • Third team undefeated • Basketball season opens; Bears win, 84-66; 78-56 • Walker, Cox head 1954 football, soccer elevens • Dickinson downs Ursinus in football finale, 19-13 • Hockey-soccer game ends in 2-2 tie • Christmas vespers service to be held December 13 • Chemical society members visit chemical exposition • Truex speaks to pre-medders on opportunities in medicine • French Club holds program of vocal, piano music • Christmas dance planned

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 53, Number 7.

Mary Jane Allen, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 7, 1953



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