Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Enrollment drops back; Freshman class contributes 163 students to 692 total • 2 more test for Selective Service set • Thespians invite new talent; Fall comedy selected • Martha Daniels, Jane Gulick elected new WSGA president, vice-president • Mrs. Pancoast is alumni secretary • Dates listed for graduate exams • Ruby editors choose department heads • Cup-o-coffee? Late breakfasts resume • WSGA discusses new business at meeting • Bio assistant named • Dr. Yost to present first English reading • Pair sentenced for violations • Lantern deadline set for Oct. 31; Associates sought • Editorials: To the Class of '55; World situation viewed • Y holds reception • Pre-med speakers • Engagement announced • Customs continue • Inge Rudloff arrives as reverse CARE package • Memories flee as students register • Same old story: Senior sage offers helpful advice to new and humble freshmen; (Many thanks, noble forefathers!) • Dragons defeat Ursinus in last twenty seconds • Don Kellett, famed grid star, led the Ursinus football eleven in 1938 • Marg Hooper leads 1951 hockey squad; Bakermen practice for soccer opener • Grizzlies gain first win by downing Fords, 20-7 • Jane Platt chosen phys-ed instructor • Graduate promoted

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 51, Number 1.

Mary Yost, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 8, 1951



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