Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Weekly staff fills several new positions • Spirit group plans contests • Curtain Club holds tryouts for Fall play tonight at 6:30 • Campus contest for blood donors begun • Annual Y retreat to be this weekend • Debaters meet tonight • Seniors to get Marian Caruso, Bob Harry, for prom, Dec. 12 • Chem. society to meet • Pancoast speaks to freshman class • Sophs plan Halloween ball • 232 new students enroll; Freshman class has 197 • Student Union idea to be discussed at Y fireside chat • Sororities schedule dinners for 25th • FTA hears coach Spangler on topic of backward children • Beauty contest to be held • Club plans radio station • Ursinus banner stolen! • Editorials: What are the facts? • One-upmanship • Quartet gives music recital • Campaign hits new low level • French Club to hold party • Commander N. A. Johnson coaching football team on Guam • New assistant librarian studying U.S. libraries • Welcome to frosh from Eger Gateway • Customs make memories; Struggle is not in vain • Glock runs wild as Bears lose scoring marathon • Haverford routed; Face Bears next • Bakermen win via forfeit • Belles tie Swarthmore on second half comeback • Sal Parent's goal wins 1-0 thriller • Poster group elects head • German Club to meet • Pre-meds to hear speaker • Cigarette rep. on campus

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 52, Number 2.

Sarah Canan, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 13, 1952



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