Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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1952 Selective Service test set for April • Violinist, pianist schedule program Thursday night • Tryouts held for Meistersingers; Cast is chosen • Egyptian to speak here Wednesday • Communist youth festival described by U.S. "delegate" • Elections Wednesday as four vie for May Queen • Anne Hughes tells of her college life • Spring play selected by Curtain Club • Drs. Garrett, Miller to address first professors' panel • Mr. Dolman to read Twain at English lit meeting • Sophomores plan eventful weekend for March 7-8 • Summer term students asked to select courses • Tea planned • Editorials: Where there's life; W. Europe forms new army • "Whistler" Donahue tells of day's activities in Morocco • "Operation Lorelei" gets underway February 29 • Washington bust given to college by Mr. Lachman • Library is not only for bookworms • Ursinus girls basketball squad overpowers Albright team, 51-23 • Spencer scores 22 as Belles triumph • Off-campus teams lead League II • University of Delaware registers an 81-55 league win over Bears • Girls win in opening meet • Frosh outstanding in winter sports • Grizzlies weak in offense as Dragons win, 82-56 • Grapplers beaten by Delaware team • New accessions to Library include many best-sellers • Teaching is profession, FTA speaker asserts • English Club reads "Hamlet" • Chess team loses • Couples enjoy Western dance • Chemist addresses Beardwood Society • IRC discusses conferences • MSGA discusses Student Union, parking rules • Students attend NATO conference • WAA card party benefits fund

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 51, Number 13.

Mary Yost, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 18, 1952



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