Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Henning W. Prentis slated as speaker at Founders' Day program, October 24 • Chaplain first Forum speaker on October 31 • Curtain Club adds sixty new members at annual party • New preceptress in charge of 646 Main • 300 books added to Library collection • Piano recital date moved to Nov. 8 • Cub and Key honor given to Jay Kern • Y plans weekend trip, arranges fireside chats • Date announced for civil service exam • WAA to sell socks, Christmas cards • Soph class plans year; Informal dance Nov. 3 • French Club discusses plans • Rev. Creager to speak • Juniors to sponsor G. E. House of Magic • German Club schedules trips and welcomes Inge Rudloff • 12 students become psychology majors • Spirit Committee fans campus enthusiasm • Editorials: No complaints; British voters go to polls; McCarthy vs. free speech • Letter to the editor • Dorm initiations give jokers a release • So the frosh love customs? Scribes of 1955 reveal all • Dr. Miller's family hits high spots in European tour • Four teams open intradorm football • Hockey and soccer are overshadowed, but fortunately have excellent leaders • Dickinson hands Ursinus season's second defeat • Dr. Roelofs keeps athletes in shape • Garnet eleven will play host to Bears Saturday • Alumnae team is undefeated; Faces Owlettes on Saturday • Harry Spangler succeeds Gerry Seeders as head coach of Ursinus court team • Bears defeated by Stevens Tech • Rittenhouse, Feldt to manage girls intramural program • Beardwood Chemical Society hears lecture on narcotics • Lit reading given

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Founders Day, Henning W. Prentis, YMCA, YWCA, Curtain Club, David Whiteford, Adam E. Schellhase, Library, Natalie Ryshna, Cub and Key Society, Jay Kern, Canterbury Club, French Club, Alfred Creager, Women's Athletic Association, General Electric, German Club, Inge Rudloff, Spirit Committee, rules and customs, Eugene H. Miller, intramural sports, field hockey, soccer, Margaret Hooper, Jay Ely, John Edleman, football, Chauncey V. Roelofs, basketball, Harry Spangler, Gerald Seeders, Audrey Rittenhouse, Marna Feldt, Calvin D. Yost Jr., Beardwood Chemical Society, Roy S. Hanslick


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 51, Number 2.

Mary Yost, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 15, 1951



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