Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Thespians pick "Angel Street" as Fall play • French Club sees slides of France • Alpha Phi Omega frat opens second year of campus activity • UN delegate from India to speak Friday at Philadelphia forum • McConnell to speak at Founders' Day in Bomberger Hall • Sigma Rho formulates plans for 1950-51 terms • Y to conduct weekend retreat; Rally held Wednesday • Relax customs for frosh girls after stunt day • IRC hears speech on Chinese colleges • Four conferences held this Summer on Ursinus campus • Varsity Club to sponsor Old Timers' Day dance • Czech to speak at first Forum on October 17 • Curtain Club adopts use of group system • Pre-legal society head issues call for people to join the group • WAA to sell Christmas supplies in girls' dorms in near future • Editorial: Confusion or coordination?; From proposal to project • Letters to the editor • "Doc" Philip keeps Ursinus campus musical • Freshman is native of Spain • Stagg's granddaughter enrolls in Junior class • Senior quartet wins appearance on TV; 51'ers celebrate triumph by singing • James Herbsleb chosen Pi Gamma Mu advisor • Millers' Summer mixes work and play; Enjoy scenery and local peculiarities • New preceptress • Booters to open with Muhlenberg • Hockey team has seven returnees • Garrison's arm carries Fords to 20-12 triumph • English professors to take to the stage in presentation of a series of readings • McKee plays part of invisible rabbit during Summer with "Barnstormers"

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 2.

Willard Wetzel, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 9, 1950



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