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Gillespie to play at Friday night senior formal • Men students cast 107-71 vote against dorm amendment • Music organizations to present "Messiah" in Bomberger chapel Thursday night • Y Commissions to meet; PAC plans Xmas party • Response to WSSF is "disappointing;" Receipts total $350 • Critic hails "Angel Street" as vehicle for superb thespian dramatic acting • Hungarian to address Tuesday night Forum • Twelve to become Rosicrucians • Yule traditions dominate ensuing campus activities • Bloodmobile to be at Trinity church Thursday morning • 26 are accepted by local chapter of Pi Gamma Mu • "Cafe Pigalle" to return to gym Saturday night • Mary MacPherson chosen May Queen; Marge Paynter named pageant manager • Editorial: Dynamic force • WSGA notes • Delta Pi Sigma welcomes ten off-campus men • English Club admits members • Revived rec center attracts many • 45 future teachers approach termination of tribulation • IRC hears attorney speak on problems of western nations • Ruby schedules photos, pushes subscriptions • Pigskin parade • Bears top textile 64-50 in court season inaugural • Six close careers on soccer squad • Derr deadlocks Albright 6-6 • Four senior girls play hockey finale • Grid player scans all-state selections • Ursinus grid aggregation suffers loss of twelve graduating upper classmen • Penn triumphs 3-1 over Ursinus girls • Reid Watson became football manager when injury benched former grid star • "Messiah" reputation stems from mastery of simple techniques • Eight teams compete in debate tournament • Chess team loses • Kershner does dialect in fourth lit reading

Publication Date

12-4-1950

Publisher

Ursinus College

City

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Keywords

Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Matt Gillespie, Christmas, student government, Messiah, YMCA, YWCA, Rosicrucians, Beardwood Chemical Society, Laszlo Jeckely, Curtain Club, Red Cross, Pi Gamma Mu, May Day Pageant, Mary MacPherson, engagements, Delta Phi Sigma, English Club, Women's Athletic Association, Bomberger Memorial Hall, student teachers, Robert Valmont, International Relations Club, Ruby, football, basketball, soccer, intramural sports, field hockey, Reid Watson, Don Young, Ira Bronson, Phil Siebel, Elsie Gruber, debating team, chess club, William G. Gerhard, A. G. Kershner

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This item is available courtesy of the Ursinus College Archives. It is not to be copied or distributed for commercial use.

Disciplines

Cultural History | Higher Education | Liberal Studies | Social History | United States History

Comments

This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 9.

Willard Wetzel, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 4, 1950

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