Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Faculty show begins Chest drive, Nov. 15 • Pancoast, Miller debate merits of Ike and Adlai • Jones speaks to freshman class • Group production judged success • Death takes holiday in Curtain Club play • Frosh officers disclosed; Ronald Hutchinson, prexy • Seniors plan for show and dances • Workers net $40 for Campus Chest • Steward resigns • Cheerleaders to take over plans for future pep rallies • Pre-meds take tour • Former Ursinus student dies in automobile accident • Editorials: Was this fun?; Let's go, Band • Noble sportsmen • Letters to the editor • Rushees sign fraternity bids • New patriotism will help Ike • Bears face Juniata in last home tilt • Bakermen lose to Haverford • Bakermen blast LaSalle in home soccer tilt, 2-0 • Temple drops Belles, 5-2 • Chess Club wins, ties • Messiah to be Dec. 11 • Lantern chooses selections

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 52, Number 6.

Sarah Canan, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 10, 1952



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