Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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"Ruby" to give original show November 10 • Doctor to present pre-med program • Chi Alpha to discuss revision of pre-theo studies Tuesday • Lantern staff announced • Frosh present talent and variety show as highlight of new customs system • Sixty attend retreat at Camp Fernbrook • Men's Student Council revises customs, punishes offenders • College to confer degrees at annual Founders Day • Reception in gym to be inaugurated Old Timers Day • WAA organizes sales, discusses constitution • Czech exile to talk at Forum Tuesday • Gottshall named president of Beardwood Chemical Society • Dolman to present reading • Editorial: To be, or not to be - exemplary • Dr. Garrett relates experiences of trip • Lukens works on antique cars • What is your opinion of customs? • Flickingers confuse Ursinus students, but twins, unperplexed, see eye to eye • Twenty-three attend meeting of political action commission • Kershner writes treatise on Hodgson, world-famous poet recluse of Ohio • Saturday's game gives fans opportunity to observe old time college football • Ashenfelter trains with Bruin runners • Booters suffer 3-1 loss to Muhlenberg; Light scores lone tally for Bears • Keyser elected captain of 1950 hockey squad • Dickinson hands Bruins third straight loss, 39-6 • Debaters schedule public engagements

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 3.

Willard Wetzel, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 16, 1950



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