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Second Forum features talk on philosophy • MSGA compiles roster of minimum penalties • Campus Chest combines all campaigns for money • Library records show big increase • Chem society lists speaker • Marriage discussion held at Y fireside chats • Students offered cheap rates for "The River" • Kenneth Graham read at meeting • Cast listed for group production • Large crowd hears pianist in local recital Thursday • Jones, Pettit write Ursinus spirit song • Newman Club plans events • Four new members join pre-legal group • Dr. Garrett pens article for language journal • Editorials: Dreamers wanted; Korean interest lags • Letters to the editor • YM-YW plan spoken grace • Adelphi tallies 39-19 win over Ursinus grid team • Junior Bearettes defeat Beaver • Forty men start basketball practice • Bruin eleven to meet undefeated Crusaders • Lehigh booters down Grizzlies; Beaver beats Snell's hockeyites • Junior bazaar hailed success • Lois Johnson represents Red Cross at meeting • Polish refugee lectures in several classes
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Geddes MacGregor, J. A. Nevison, Beardwood Chemical Society, Calvin D. Yost, student government, Library, Curtain Club, Campus Chest, Natalie Ryshna, Newman Club, William S. Pettit, H. Lloyd Jones, pre-legal society, Helen Garrett, YMCA, YWCA, football, field hockey, basketball, soccer, German Club, Lois Johnson
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Yost, Mary; Loesch, Linford; Stewart, Jean; Webber, Donna; Richter, Richard P.; Billman, John; and Graf, Jonni, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 12, 1951" (1951). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 526.
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