Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Lorelei set for Feb. 29th; Leigh's Orchestra to play • 70 students on coveted B-list; 58 ineligible • Soph class to aid former member • Art instructions now offered by teacher • Curtain Club groups to stage two shows • Second marriage seminar planned Wednesday • May Day petitions due today • Pianist, violinist to play here in Bomberger concert • "Weekly" staff changes made • Lantern deadline set • Anne Hughes to speak at freshmen Color Day • 26 enroll as new students this semester • Barn dance set by Y Friday night • Dr. Yost makes TV debut in literature program • Tom Phillips elected new Ruby co-business manager • Communist poser to speak on experiences at Forum • Editorials: This was no flop; Elizabeth must provide symbol of solidarity for English people • Dr. Paisley named "Layman of the Year" • English university has 88 clubs; Atmosphere is international • Engagements • Chess Club JVs lose • Pfahler honored • Saporoschenko takes teaching assistantship at Washington University • Former Ursinus student is now busy recruiting for WAC in Norristown • Leap Year tactics are disclosed; Sirens have a heyday - males beware • Curtis and 724 lead league • Jayvees trounced by Lehigh Quintet, 78-43 • Robert Swett is honored by Philadelphia scribes • Haverford matmen beat Ursinus, 18-16 • Swarthmore defeats Junior varsity squad • Engineers win over Grizzlies • Garnet basketball team downed by Bruins, 69-61 • Snell's Belles win basketball opener • Junior varsity girls basketball squad beats Swarthmore team • Pre-medders hear arthritis lecture • WSGA discusses plans for future events on calendar • Military chemistry subject of talk to students • WAA card party tonight

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 51, Number 12.

Mary Yost, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 11, 1952



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