Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Summer school subjects to be selected now • 6th foreign policy institute to be Friday • Women elect Ruth Reed as May queen; Janie Hopple as manager for May Day • Y rep attends Bible study conf. • Dr. Harmin to be speaker at FTA Tuesday night at 7 • Jones to show slides • Detweiler to speak on religion in life day, February 25 • Rev. Flynn to speak tonight • Dr. Yost reads short stories at second English lit reading • Debaters defeat Princeton • Play tryouts to be this week; Group two to give plays • $52.92 collected for flood relief • French Club to give play at Penn, Thurs. • Quartet to sing • Dr. Bartholomew discusses rural church with Chi Alpha • Editorials: Enthusiasm needed; What happened? • Engagements • Letters to the editor • Fraternities sign 54 men • Science majors offered atomic energy posts • Margie changes from practice teaching to teaching position • Students examine Kimberton farms teaching methods • Ursinus men "on the rocks" as sirens comb their locks • Drexel rallies in last period to triumph 62-52 • Belles topple Garnet 42-24 • Grapplers edged out by Fords in last bout, 18-15 • Dawkins wins but Bears drop 21-5 match to Bucks • Mermaids dunk Drexel; Lose to powerful Garnet • Blood disease sidelines Swett • Haverford edges Bears 81-77 despite late surge • Belles rally to beat I.C. 42-38

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 52, Number 14.

Sarah Canan, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 23, 1953



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