Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Jeckely calls for resistance to communism • Sheeder talks at Trinity • Juniors choose 1952 "Ruby" heads • Chaplain to conduct communion • Y group discusses Atlantic Union plan • Red Cross unit plays host to area chapters • "Snow Ball" opens Fall social season • Students, faculty give blood to Red Cross • Three seniors admitted to dramatic honor frat • Former Ursinus coach dies in auto accident • Over 200 combine to present annual Messiah production • Only memories and souvenirs remain of seniors' colorful formal dance • Warren W. Walters is the official engineer, the man-on-the-spot when trouble arises • French Club holds annual Xmas party • Nachrichten Deutschen Verein • Mack re-elected • Frosberg announces jobs open to grads • Commercialized Christmas forms basis of writer's satire on holiday theme • Storm plays havoc on Ursinus campus • Library has tea • Bears win second 67-38 over Temple Pharmacy • Matmen work out for coming season • Grizzlies whip Crusaders 102-71 as records fall: Bears' fiery attack breaks team mark after absorbing setback by Lycoming • Girls elect Keyser basketball captain • Hooper elected as 1951 hockey captain • Derago leads district scoring; Seibel fourth • Banquet, dance to top pre-holiday festivities • Chess team wins • Thirty couples enjoy reopening of Cafe Pigalle on Saturday • Y conducts Xmas vespers • German Club fetes • Duryea holds tea • Sophs pick committee to decorate at banquet • Lit reading to be held Tuesday • Glessner addresses guild

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Laszlo Jeckely, Franklin I. Sheeder, Ruby, Red Cross, YMCA, YWCA, candlelight communion service, Christmas, Alpha Psi Omega, Russel C. Johnson, Women's Athletic Association, Messiah, engagements, Warren W. Walters, French club, Harry M. Frosberg, Newman Club, Library, basketball, wrestling, Will Wimberg, Stan Cohen, Bob Swett, Betty Keyser, Margaret Hooper, field hockey, Tony Derago, chess team, German club, Duryea Hall, Lois Glessner


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 10.

Willard Wetzel, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 11, 1950



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