Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Students and old timers enjoy varied activities: Ellie Unger crowned queen of Varsity Club dance; 724 wins golden trophy for best dorm decorations • 21 degrees conferred at Founders Day exercises: Helfferich, Lauer receive Doctor of Laws degrees; Vice President gives speech stressing college history • Ursinus, U. P. form program for engineers • Fraternities gave parties; Rushing starts this week • College fills blood quota • German Club holds meeting; Plans for year's activities • Senior carnival, dance to be this weekend • Dr. Witmer receives Doctor of Pedagogy degree from F&M • Business Administration Club to hear advertising rep. • Y work day, chat to be Sat., Wed. • IRC hears librarian speak on Philippines • Miller, Pancoast to debate • Girls begin rushing today • WSGA changes frosh drug rules • Frosh women in booster group set up 15, 20 cent poster rates • Movie to be shown in S-12, Fri. • Lantern holds meeting • French Club to meet • Editorials: Let's do something • Typical American family • Letters to the editor • Square dance to be Nov. 8 • Chi Alpha alters constitution • Liberals have free speech • Students attend Eisenhower press conference in Phila. • Pre-meds to hear Wagner • Married • Chess Club loses • And if it isn't gov'nuh Jones back from "Meddie" England • Knull and Burger mates throughout ship's tour on sea • New look, new hours, new food bring new life to the "Supply" • Albright beats third team • Lafayette booters hand Bears first defeat, 5-1 • Bears win 6-0 on Maliken's last second TD: Grizzly Bears victorious in second straight game; Goal line stand saves Old Timers Day gridiron thriller • Girls drop hockey game to Beaver, 4-3 • Bakermen win over grads • West Chester is defeated, 7-2 • Canterbury Club to meet

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 52, Number 4.

Sarah Canan, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 27, 1952



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