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Helfferich to receive degree on Founders Day • MSGA rules breaks as illegal, customs to remain • Bloodmobile to come Wed. • Sorority rushees to open bids Friday • Newman Club hears speaker • Hutchison chosen to plan frosh show • Debating club meets • Varied plans made for Old Timers Day • Day study plans for fashion show; Initiates freshmen • Roberts, Geiger cast as leads in Fall production • Ten new members chosen by Lantern • Orsini to benefit by dance proceeds • Sturgis receives honor at ceremony • Varsity Club to hold dance • Carnival, Halloween ball planned by senior class • Pre-med honors Brownback • Editorials: Highest honor; Give blood • Campus Chest conducts poll • Chem society to visit Sun Oil • Juniors hold birch beer ball • Warren to address college students • Affair in Wisconsin • Etiquette part of frosh orientation • Student Union data released • Over 75 students attend Y retreat • Old Timers Day not new; Football stories of past • Ursinus viewed by freshman • Dr. Yost marks college boards; Unique marking system shown • Hockey team loses to E. Stroudsburg • Bears rout Haverford 19-0; Glock, Swett score fourth • Bakermen tie Mules 3-3 on Tait's last minute goal • Swarthmore here on Alumni Day • Brodbeck and Curtis victors • Banner found • WAA holds reception for freshman women
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Canan, Sarah; Belz, Elsie R.; Richter, Richard P.; Scharf, Evelyn; Haverstick, Charles; Carson, Nancy; Garrow, Patricia; Guldin, Dick; Bowman, Dick; Wenner, Ted; and Burger, Bill, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 20, 1952" (1952). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 502.
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