Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Student exchange consultant will speak here, Wed. • Psychologist tells of work with children • Sororities to try different rushing policy • Groups II, III prepare for one-act plays in March • Fine arts seminar sponsored by "Y" to begin tonight • Godley relates tale of sunken treasure • Debating team to make first appearance, Feb. 17 • Mrs. Seth Bakes speaks at Color Day ceremonies • MSGA-WSGA to confer on Student Union • Spring play chosen; Try-outs start, Thurs. • Y cabinet retreat yields plans for second semester • Curator of Audubon shrine addresses YM-YWCA group • Editorials: Leave it to the girls! • "I know a man" • Grizzlies lose to Delaware, 85-71; Drexel 74-70; Haverford, a question • J.V.s beat Drexel; Heller scores 15 • Delaware rallies to tie U.C. grapplers, 14 all

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 53, Number 11.

Mary Jane Allen, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1954



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