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Dean's Office reveals list of 76 students • Elections for May queen, scheduled for Wednesday • Frosh reps given charge on Color Day • Rules revealed for Alpha Psi • Male quartet to sing for PTA, February 19 • Rules clarified at senate meeting • "Y" dinner held; SRC to conduct seminar tonight • Janet Glaser crowned queen of freshman dance, Friday • Junior class begins casting for original musical show • Sororities choose dinner dance clubs • Seniors make plans for this weekend • Hudock tells pre-med society about heart ills • Sun Oil pres. speaks tonight • Music Club plans tour • Editorials: Plea to 57 students; Mountains out of molehills • WAA show merits good comments • Newman convention to be held • Letters to the editor • Canterbury Club holds dinner • Florida affords adventure for venturesome trekking trio • J. Alexander '01 is one of Boy Scout founders • An old Ursinus institution perpetuated by Grecian gods • Girls' court team hands Beaver double defeat • Swarthmore upsets Bears despite Herb Knull's 28 • Blue Hens defeat Bears with late surge, 83-52 • U. of P. defeats badminton team • Duryea and Hobson victorious • Wrestlers bounce Muhlenberg 21-9 • Delaware beats grapplers 24-8; Dawkins wins again • Music room closed • Chi Alpha to hear speaker • IRC to sponsor collection for flood relief
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Canan, Sarah; Lukens, William; Garrow, Patricia; Scharf, Evelyn; Gardner, Helen; Armstrong, Robert E.; Lightfoot, Helen; Smith, Harold; Dedekind, Roland; Lumis, Sallie; Guldin, Dick; and Wenner, Ted, "The Ursinus Weekly, February 16, 1953" (1953). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 509.
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