Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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MSGA plans for evaluation of professors • Alumni to hear Dr. Furbay speak • Language table meets • Sophs, freshmen draw up petitions; Deadline April 16 • Plans made to stop cheating • Library acquires new books • Operetta "Sari" scheduled for this weekend • Cultural Olympics rate play highly • French Club entertained • Jean Shepherd speaks at annual Weekly banquet: KYW disc jockey presents radio difficulties, problems • Heads named for YMCA • Late permissions discussed in WSGA meeting • Eight members to represent Pi Gamma Mu at Albright • IRC hears Ulbricht • German Club to hold hunt • Editorials: The "passive" student; Truman's steel seizure wrong • Dean of Men leads busy life • Bruin team drops opener by last inning Ford rally • Ed Dawkins wins in Olympic tryout • Bob Swett elected captain • Former Ursinus star honored • Vermont's new citizens

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 51, Number 19.

Sarah Canan, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 14, 1952



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