Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Seniors elect Paul Doughty new president • Full day planned for return of Old Timers • "Weekly" staff is enlarged by new members • Y retreat termed success; Varied program enjoyed • Chem group plans trip to exhibition • "Ruby" pictures slated • FTA plans roast for all members • Red Cross plans first aid, life saving courses for students • '55 show features night club life • 4 members added to Lantern staff • Chairmen named for junior events • Jobs offered • Scientific phenomena featured in magic show October 31 • Y cabinet makes new appointments • F&M demands no pre-game visitation • Editorials: New topics needed; British bar "allusions" • Letters to the editor • Alumni • Engagement • Identical twins revolt against heredity laws • Cutting classes requires skillful maneuvering and also fat purse • Ruth Reed goes to Venezuela for "Y" summer work • Ursinus meets Wagner on Homecoming day • Spying by "Happy" Chandler helped Centre top Harvard • Belles are victors in last 60 seconds as Rittenhouse scores winning goal • Glock paces Ursinus scorers • Curtis takes lead in interdorm loop • Bakermen lose to Rutgers, 5-4 • Grizzlies beat Swarthmore to gain football holiday • Swarthmore defeated in J.V. hockey, 5-4 • Pre-med society changes constitution; Election slated • WSGA secures dates for activities meetings during year • Debating explained • Meistersingers practice • Pre-legal drive opens • Chess club loses

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 51, Number 3.

Mary Yost, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 22, 1951



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