Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Central Comm. announces plans for May Day • Lorelei date set as Feb. 12 • Schools of Egypt, U.S. compared by education • Bridge tournament at U.C., Feb. 18 • Frosh-Soph hop theme for '54 is "Mardi Gras" • Meistersingers plan tour; Present first concert • Demonstration is planned for C.C. general meeting • Pre-meds sponsor hospital tours • Spaghetti, speaker, stunts at Y dinner Wednesday • "Ruby" nears completion; Shows promise at 1/3 mark • Forum features Irish lord; Godley to speak, Wed. • Reporter remarks on MSGA session • Second semester welcomes 23 to U.C. • Stevenson, Cross, Dawkins elected • U.C. Color Day Thursday; Mrs. Seth Baker to speak • U.C. men may question aviation cadet team, Tues. • Editorials: Fair chance; Barbs and bouquets • Chapel change: The facts • Alumni news • Engagement • Greek columns • Violent mid-January events motivate student expeditions to sunny South • How to torture waiters; Or, mealtime diversions • Swimming team drops opener • Dawkins and Padula win; But match is lost, 20 to 8 • Belles open with bang; Topple Rosemont, 51-21 • Badminton team loses opener, 5-0 • Sieb stars for alumni but youth triumphs, 86-67 • Sharp-shooting Drexel wins; Tops Bears, 81-53; Shoes has 19 • Varsity letter winners posted • Baby Belles down Rosemont, 38-15

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 53, Number 10.

Mary Jane Allen, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 8, 1954



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