Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Bears trounce Garnet for first victory, 35-14 • Campus group will sponsor political rally • IRC plans events for near future • YM-YW commission to discuss president's anti-red bill veto • Future teachers meet • Czech tells of red-occupied homeland to Bomberger Hall Forum audience • Group to organize unit of Red Cross • Senior class to sponsor masquerade Saturday • Clark, Deitch, Friedlin, and Maliken head freshman class • Congressman addresses Founders Day assembly • Curtain Club picks three members of "Angel Street" cast • Customs declared over by student councils • Phantasy reported in full rehearsal • Hundred and fifty girls attend annual junior-frosh breakfast • Editorial: Price of victory; Let's send that TV set • Athletes keep new trainer busy • Scribe pens WSGA notes • Reporter ferrets facts about South, where life is chaotic but pleasant • MSGA discusses inter-dorm council, concession, and announcement limits • Delta Pi Sigma frat emerges as recognized social group • Bruins to clash with Seahawks at Staten Island • JV hockey squad whips Albright 11-0 • Booters tie alumni on Old Timers Day after mid-week 4-2 loss to Lafayette • Hockey team opens with 2-1 win over East Stroudsburg • Swarthmore bows 35-14 in first victory for Bears • Library to get additional tier of book racks • McPherson reigns as harvest queen at Varsity Club ball • Senior quartet makes debut on television

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 4.

Willard Wetzel, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 23, 1950



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