Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Dean reveals new title for former B list • MSGA announces concession grants at first meeting • Musicians to appear Sunday • Ursinus bloodmobile to arrive October 22; Donors urged to apply • Thespians reveal production plans • Chest drive scheduled for early in November • Spirit Committee, Y, plan pep rally • Changes made in Bio, English faculty; New librarians, preceptresses installed • Y starts plan of orientation for freshmen • WSGA arranges varied plans for freshman affairs • Godshall resigns college position • Matlaga receives Cub and Key award • Music Club announces schedule of concerts • Dean of Women recuperates from serious eye ailment • Supply Store has new plans • New night courses stress economics • Lantern seeks staff members; Deadline set for first dance • Editorials: Great loss; Right direction • Independents in quandary • Several marriages occur over Summer • Debaters reveal plans • Seniors schedule activities • Election debate planned • Chi Alpha to offer grace • Y holds doggie roast • Sophs hold first meeting • Calm ones • Reporter discovers students from Ursinus at ocean resort • Fightin'st college demands cooperation of all students • Hockey squad prepares for Swarthmore opener • Bakermen face rugged schedule • 1952-53 prospects high; Host of lettermen back • Crusaders hand Grizzlies curtain raiser defeat • Miss Snell is always winner • WAA gives card party; Explains membership system • Bears face Drexel in home opener • Pre-med society changes name in memory of Dr. Brownback • Canterbury club plans retreat

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 52, Number 1.

Sarah Canan, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 6, 1952



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