Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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MSGA to enforce campus parking; new fines listed • Navy to send officer here for interviews • FTA hears lecture on visual aid subject • Dr. Phillips attends meeting of foreign student advisors • Forum speaker evaluates Middle East in address • May Queen petitions to go out Feb. 4; Pageant deadline set for February 27 • Rosicrucians add members; Tea is planned • Professors' panel needs questions • Music Club picks Spring operetta • Interest lack hits debating society • Dolman to read • Music Club gives annual recital featuring students • Delta Pi Sigma pledges to work to improve campus • Re-election for Ruby business manager planned by Juniors • Editorials: Is it fair?; We still like heroes • Letters to the editor • English college rules differ from Ursinus' • Engagement announced • Birth announced • Chess provides ground for exercise of mind's caution, logic, memory • Projects planned for improvement of Y rec center • Boobies run acoustics in Bomberger • Bruins topple Haverford 76-59 for first league court victory • Wrestlers defeated by Lafayette team • Marguerite Spencer is chosen captain of 1952 girls' basketball squad • Dorm squads battle for campus court crown • Mack assigned • Bruins register four pins to down Garnet matmen • New record set • Delaware beats Ursinus, 81-52 • Sorority members hold parties

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 51, Number 11.

Mary Yost, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 14, 1952



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