Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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B-listers roll up big 63-40 victory over Dean's team • Enrollment drops to 805; Freshmen number 197 • Pre-medders plan to present talks at their meetings • Co-editors of 1950 yearbook announce appointment of 13 department leaders • Japanese educator visits F. I. Sheeder and College • Y members clean recreation center • Curfew notice • Editor announces positions available on "Lantern" staff • Improper parkers served notice • Y schedules events for near future; Rally Wednesday • Thespians to hold reception Tuesday at Super House • Omwake leaves Ursinus to accept Virginia post • Robert Rosenberger confined to St. Joseph's Hospital, Reading • Veterans notices • New course offered • Editorial: Destiny; Welcome • Councils clarify freshman customs • Frosh girl hails from Iraq • Scribe pens WSGA notes • Y reception committee expands activity; Wins plaudits for its freshmen program • Ursinus grad gains Bowling Green post • Public causes problems for "seeing eye" dogs • In memoriam • IRC plans Lehigh trip to hear talk on China • "Whistler" and cohorts boost morale as fighting spirit invades campus • Studio Cottage singers • Gurzynski first alumnus to guide Bears since 1931 • Booters start practice under genial Dr. Baker • Drexel whips Bears 26-0 to open '50 grid season • Gerry Roughton escapes Korean crisis; Evacuates Seoul during red onslaught • ETS announces law admission and grad record exam dates • Pancoast constructs new home; Summer work aids completion

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 1.

Willard Wetzel, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 2, 1950



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