Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Mrs. Pancoast to be speaker at Color Day • WAA gives show tonite • Curtain Club picks play; Reveals new raise system • Y invites new members to dinner Feb. 11 • Frosh to give dance Feb. 13 • Sororities schedule dinner dance dates • Alumni office hours posted • 17 new students, 10 men, 7 women, enroll at Ursinus • Thespians to give two plays, Feb. 24 • Bus. ads to hear co. pres • Frats enter rushing week • May Queen elections to be held next Mon. • Larry Miller's orchestra chosen to play at Lorelei • Yost, Jones begin TV lectures on University of Air • Sixth annual foreign policy institute to be held Feb. 27 • Staiger receives doctor's degree • Ruby sponsors movie series; Yearbook snapshots due Wed. • Pre-meds to hear doctor • Editorials: Idea behind the rule • Bridge tournament to be held in Day Study, Feb. 19 • French Club works on play • Letters to the editor • Scouts to present movie • Lantern deadline Feb. 15; Business manager needed • Jones reads at lit reading • Feb. 12, 22: Famous birthdays still celebrated on campus • Changes in school policy revealed in recent interview • "Special" day presents itself on Feb. 14 for Ig and Oog • Steward reveals kitchen statistics • Bears crushed by Drexel in league game, 74-50 • Harris sparks Bears to 78-75 win over P.M.C.: Ursinus applies pressure on leaders of Middle Atlantic Conference • Belles split Drexel games • Grapplers lose to Lafayette • Derr paces intramurals • Lehigh romps over Bears in very fast game, 97-52 • Girls play intramural games • Chem society to see films

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 52, Number 12.

Sarah Canan, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 9, 1953



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