Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Sorority bids to be signed Friday noon • Group 2 plays well received • Mary Gillespie to read Burns' poetry at Eng. lit. reading • Van de Putte, first Lorelei king • May Day pageant committee chosen • Dr. Harman speaks at FTA meeting • Cutting campus illegal • Frat council meets; Amends constitution • Library music room reopens • Juniors plan original show for April 17 & 18 • Rev. Bishop to be speaker at last seminar tonight • Forum hears Rev. Detweiler • Dr. Schmidt, pathologist, speaks to pre-med society • 450 college students attend 6th foreign policy institute • Y to show movie "One God" Sunday • 3 French Club members give play in cultural olympics • I.R.C. postpones program • Editorials: Give the campus a chance • Scribe describes literary magazine • Civil service jobs revealed • Weddings • Student librarians sprout gray hairs over daily duties • Advice given to those who ask for letters of recommendation from profs • P.M.C. routs Bears on final half splurge, 76-54 • Mermaids capture meet; Edge Bryn Mawr, 29-28 • Intramural night to be March 16 • Correction made in story on Swett • Parlee victor; Grapplers win • Belles win basketball, lose swimming event

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, sororities, Curtain Club, Mary Gillespie, Newman Club, Mike Van de Putte, Lorelei, May Day pageant, Future Teachers of America, Allen Calvin Harman, rules and customs, fraternities, Library, J. P. Bishop, Leonard A. Detweiler, J. Ross Schmidt, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Beardwood Chemical society, YMCA, YWCA, French Club, International Relations Club, Lantern, Doris Rae Thompson, Ernest Albin Roemer, basketball, swimming, intramural sports, Bob Swett, wrestling, Don Parlee


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 52, Number 15.

Sarah Canan, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1953



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