Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Four soloists for "Messiah" concert named • Fraternities give out bids; Plan parties next week • Student-faculty talents presented for benefit of Campus Chest fund • Kiszonas is new senior class prexy • Red Cross disbands • WSGA hears plans for Student Union • Forum speaker says religious belief implies skeptical aspect • Curtain rises on "Private Lives" act tomorrow night • Nominees listed for '53 yearbook positions • Curtain Club play set for 2-night run • Student tells of conditions in Russia • Senior ball set • Campus Chest campaign reaches half-way mark • Haverford College student panel to argue army conscription here • Editorials: Thanksgiving, 1951; East is world headache • "Gigi," French play, opens at Philadelphia theater • Alumni • Letters to the editor • Dr. McClure delivers lecture on education • If Collegeville were in Korea, this could happen • Thanksgiving: Pre and Post • "Messiah" tradition came with Dr. Philip • Bruins to play benefit in York • East Stroudsburg handed initial defeat by Belles • Bears defeated in finale by unbeaten Susquehanna • Curtis Hall wins interdorm title • Women begin to play in intramural hockey • Susquehanna completes unbeaten, untied year • Band attacked for disinterest • Soccer squad closes its season by losing to Franklin & Marshall team • Nevison lectures to Chem society • Intercollegiate bridge tournament to begin • Pediatrics talk given pre-medders • Square dance enjoyed

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 51, Number 7.

Mary Yost, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 19, 1951



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