Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Faculty show is considered huge success • Dean addresses freshman class • Bus. Ad. Club sponsors debate on current economic issues • Y cabinet hears program plans of commissions • Dorm reps chosen to sell yearbooks • Speaker explains international bank • 11 articles, three books left in lost and found department • Ruby to give show on Friday • Benefit fashion show enjoyed by audience • I.R.C. attends model U.N. • Chest Drive opens today; $1300 set as final goal • Two Messiah soloists chosen • Lord to speak at Forum on November 25 • Freshmen petition to give breakage fees to Union • Rev. James tells "What on earth God is doing" • Alpha Psi sees play • Kratz, Moser describe Paris to French Club • Marine captain to speak • Editorials: Fashionable trend?; Let's all give • No more expansiveness • Don Juan in Hell judged fine show • Engagements • Scribe reviews Russian movie • F.T.A. holds roast • "Not as dead as you think" claims fightin'st college • Time for change; Ursinus in 1870 • "Go west young man"; Dawkins finds rare rattler • Snell's Belles defeat Chestnut Hill in shutout • Court men begin pre-season drills • Drexel defeats Ursinus in final home tilt, 7-1 • Bakermen close season with 7-2 loss to Lehigh • Bears to try for equalizing victory • Juniata topples Bears in rain and mud, 7-0 • Two Ursinus Belles honored • Playoffs to decide champ

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 52, Number 7.

Sarah Canan, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 17, 1952



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