Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Kunkel tells IRC forum conditions in Europe good • MSGA proposes dorm government; Will ask approval • Students hear Yost read Frost's poetry at Tuesday program • Popowich elected to MSGA • Englishman to discuss labor economy tonight • Record room opens • Newman Club to dine • Graf, Roberts get Curtain Club roles in "Angel Street" • Y Commission plans toy, clothing drive • Weekly adds seventeen to staff, nine freshmen • Como to give concert • Local sororities announce acceptance of 48 women • Wagner to speak Sunday at Trinity worship service • Rev. Harris to address Y association meeting • Juniors to choose heads of '52 Ruby during November • Approximately 150 "castaways" attend Juniors' Shipwreck Ball • To conduct hymn sing • Editorial: Outlet for enthusiasm • Speaker and square dance to highlight annual World Student Service Drive • Miss Maroney is capable librarian • Do changing world conditions require new college courses? • Ruby show next weekend to reveal true nature of conditions in Hades • Saporoschenko reveals facts about red regime • Gunther writes "Roosevelt in retrospect," revealing and unorthodox biography • Bruins to oppose Adelphi Panthers on Patterson Field • Basketball squad works out daily • Girls' third team beats Temple 2-1 and ties Penn 2-2 • Belles win three in tournament; Vadner honored • Soccer team loses to Haverford, 8-1 • Fords down Bears in X-country • F & M routs Bears 39-0 as Lowder paces attack • To present German play • Rosicrucians to give tea

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, John C. Kunkel, International Relations Club, student government, dormitories, Calvin Yost, Jack Popowich, Wilford King, Library, Newman Club, Curtain Club, Howard Roberts, Jonni Graf, YMCA, William Van Horn, sororities, O. Walter Wagner, Ruby, Edward G. Harris, vespers, Elizabeth Maroney, Myk Saporoschenko, football, basketball, Gene Glick, Jack Reich, Al Miglio, field hockey, Nancy Vadner, soccer, Jack Lowder, Rosicrucians, German Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 6.

Willard Wetzel, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 6, 1950



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