Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Rushees sign sorority bids Saturday morn • Girls plan fashion show • Dr. Wagner gives med school advice • Freshmen hear Dr. Helfferich • Students discuss social life ideas at fireside chat • WSGA enforces poster removal • Quartet to sing on TV • Music Club to hold Sadie Hawkins Day square dance • Seven articles, four books left unclaimed in Dean's office • Campus favors Eisenhower by majority of 151 votes • Campus Chest to hold poll this Tuesday • Group to give play Tuesday • Bus. Ad. club hears H. D. Leopold speak • Ten new members added to Weekly news and feature staff • Bazaar, ball held • Editorials: Vote is not I.Q. test; Positive ideas needed • Letters to the editor • Adlai apologia • Eisenhower: Man of integrity, character • Republican foreign policy unrealistic • Reiss, McConnell clash; Debate Ike - Adlai issue • Isolina Torres will teach in native Honduras • Woes of practice teachers, lesson plans and little devils • Belles blank Bryn Mawr • Third team is victorious, 2-0 • Ursinus Bears win in last 20 seconds: Wagner defeated 12-7 on Dick Glock's aerial to Swett in thrilling climax • Bears to place streak on line • Ursinus girls sparkle in all college tournament • Merrifield, Rittenhouse and Seifert selected • Curtis beats Brodbeck, 6-0 • Engagements announced • French Club to meet

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 52, Number 5.

Sarah Canan, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 3, 1952



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