Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Wilcox, Hirst, Rice speak on prof's panel • Fotine to play Friday night • Miller shows pictures, speaks to IRC group • Laughton to read at Norristown, Sat. • Ursinus to be host to first Future Teacher's convention • Informal initiations held • Student elections tomorrow, April 21; Petitioning begins for class officers • "High class stuff" acclaimed success • Ursinus Women's Club entertains senior women • Meistersingers present "Music for you," Thursday • Morrell, Frey, Hering, Field Ursinus bridge champions • Library gets map • Band will elect officers tomorrow • Editorials: Now is the time • Henrie, Long, Kutzer, Pollock elected to Chi Alpha offices • Letters to the editor • For smokers only • Swett wins in weights as track team loses • Ursinus, Neborak topple E'town • Harris stars as Bears, Carter rout Delaware • Girls beat Penn in tennis opener

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 52, Number 18.

Mary Jane Allen, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 20, 1953



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