Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Petitions for May queen to start Feb. 2 • Revised final exam schedule • 11 students to graduate this January • Over 200 people hear Earle Spicer sing ballads Wed. • Lucas, Scott join cast of Alpha Psi • Pettit discovers fire in Bomberger chapel • Library has new collection of great books of western world • Campus Chest total is $955.23 • Y commission holds vespers • Frosh class discusses plans; Sets tentative dance date • Chem group to hear speech • Turkish speaker addresses classes Tuesday morning • Frats hold meetings, set date for dances • Movie to be shown in S-12 • 32 girls invited to Rosie dessert • Ruby wants snaps brought to Hobson • New rules regulate use of Alumni office machines • Editorials: New year suggestion • Goodbye H.S.T. • Letters to the editor • Engagements • Weddings • What are ex-student-teachers doing with their "free" time? • January graduates reveal variety of future plans • Resolutions of eager frosh contrast to "humble" seniors • F&M routs Bears 90-65 with second half splurge • Grizzlies rally to smother alumni 96-75 for fifth • Belles drub Moravian 75-22; Kuhn scores 21 • Grapplers down Swarthmore team • Herb Knull tabs record 46 as Ursinus routs Fords • French Club gives movie

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, May Day pageant, Alpha Psi Omega, Carol Lucas, Jim Scott, William Pettit, Earle Spicer, Library, Campus Chest, YMCA, YWCA, Beardwood Chemical Society, Austin G. Edison, Nezih Manyas, fraternities, Rosicrucians, Ruby, Canterbury Club, student teachers, basketball, Jo Kuhn, wrestling, Herb Knull, French Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 52, Number 11.

Sarah Canan, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 12, 1953



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