Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Members begin new duties on Weekly staff • New head waiters appointed • DeSola and Scott direct new drama • Bids for queen due April 18 • China subject of Forum talk • Ursinus student body favors Gen. Eisenhower for presidential post • Curtain group plays create startling effects • Group entertained at Norristown "Y" • Laura Bechtle announces chief May Day dancers • Committee picks WSGA, YWCA, WAA nominees • Players intensify "Sari" rehearsals • Cheating is topic at fireside chats • Bids circulated for MSGA, class officers • Seniors to contact Doughty if not measured for gowns • Women day students to hold sale of cakes for furniture • Editorials: Proud tradition; Good turnout; Truman withdrawal clears air • Baker and Miller discuss Taft • Singers to meet daily • Egg hunt to be held • Letters to the editor • Engagements • Dr. Yost reads from Alcott • Chemistry students attend Pittsburgh conference • Coed presents differences between Ursinus and an all girls' college • Campus scribe writes letter to folks back home • Belles end season with easy win over Rosemont • Girls' intramural semi-final tonight • Sal Parent new court captain • Girls' court teams post near undefeated record • Track performers burning cinders • Cricket practice announced • Brodbeck captures intramural crown • Albright tilt washed out; Bears to open with Fords • Nine basketball letters awarded • Lantern deadline set • Ulbrich speaks at IRC
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Gardner, Helen; Richter, Richard P.; Lukens, William; Scharf, Evelyn; Yost, Helen; Hallstrom, David; Wenner, Ted; Bowman, Dick; Odenheimer, Bob; and Canan, Sarah, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 7, 1952" (1952). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 537.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 51, Number 18.
Sarah Canan, editor-in-chief.