Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Frats begin rushing for new pledges • Sororities to start rushing March 3 • Any student urged to try out for Spring production • Freshman dance to be "celestial" • Group plays postponed • History of Anglo-Egyptian relations traced by speaker • Jeanne Careless chosen queen • Campaign against cutting campus begun by WSGA • Newman Club hears psychology talk • Blood donations sought again here • Piano-violin concert received favorably by Ursinus audience • Economics of marriage discussed at seminar • Fastnacht ball planned by clubs • Editorials: Needed - codified law; Is Korean War necessary? • Student Union ideas given • Five initiated into Rosicrucians society • Canterbury Club holds supper • Engagement • Forum tickets available • Former German student comes to Ursinus this semester • Dr. C. L. Chandler receives honor • Mr. Dolman gives Twain selections at English readings • Guest lecturer tells of history of aeronautics • Ursinus students glimpse preview of Mardi Gras scene • Grizzlies trounce Textile to break losing streak • Badminton squad defeats Rosemont in opening game • Beaver College basketball team deadlocks Snell's Belles at 25 • Girls' intramural loop is underway • Beaver hands Ursinus Mermaids first loss • Penn JVs overpower girls' badminton team • Chess Club wins • Grizzlies defeated by Bucknell team • Ursinus quintet stifles Ford rally to win 71-51 • League I champs may be crowned in tonight's play • Doctor speaks on psychiatry to students

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 51, Number 14.

Mary Yost, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 25, 1952



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