Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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75 students, faculty give blood Friday • Pianist scheduled for local concert Thursday evening • Jones reads short stories at meeting • Another bus added for local students • Jane Gulick named news editor on Weekly staff • All-Ursinus cast stars in Philadelphia TV program • Forum speaker tells of far east situation • Freshmen start work on Booster Committee • Big Sisters to entertain Little Sisters at party • First group play planned • 35 women accept bids to five campus sororities • Dr. Rice attends Atlantic Union confab in Memphis • Y groups discuss respective topics • Final plans made for Junior Class bazaar • Kenny named frosh president • Editorials: Letters sought; Tories bring changes • Donahue describes exotic meal in Moroccan letter • "Weekly" drama critics see play, interview leading female star • Curtain Club boasts eventful past years • Greek sisters rush soph "prospects" • 3 groups produce most U.C. pep • Football fans often forget grid managers at games • Adelphi to tackle Bruins next week • Ursinus battles Bryn Mawr to 0-0 tie; Junior varsity squads also deadlock • Diplomat gridders defeat Grizzlies on muddy field • Frosh fan gives opinion on lack of Ursinus spirit • Local hockey team places eight on all-college tournament squads • Curtis squad regains loop lead in football • Fords conquer Bruin booters • Magical phenomena explained to group

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 51, Number 5.

Mary Yost, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 8, 1951



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