Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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New high set by B-list group as 106 qualify • Y schedules chats, conducts retreat • Paynter-Keller production scores hit in Curtain Club group presentation • Play contest in progress; May Day heads named • Alumna to speak at girls' Color Day program Thursday • Eight enter Ursinus for Spring term • Forum to feature Indian editor at next session • "Speak Easy" title of "Ruby" show • TV auditions slated • 3 graduate school test dates released • Ursinus to enter competition in intercollegiate bridge • Dr. Miller to give IRC summary of Department of State conferences attended in recent weeks • Washington trip planned by PAC • Meistersingers give concert • Editorial: Attend forums? • Senior class discusses "Ruby" and after-game record dance • Red Cross to organize • Juniors discuss bands • French Club to present dance Wednesday night in music studio • Thespians to discuss play • Dictionary of Folklore and Legend includes work of Dr. Phillips on Pennsylvania Dutch • "Behind-scenes Dean" handles transcripts, records dating from 1873, in "routine" work • Men reveal resignation toward draft situation • Alumnae back and Duryea's got 'em; Grads return in role of preceptresses • Coach Seeders drives Bruins toward coveted Middle Atlantic championship • Grizzlies win and lose in non-league contests • Bears edge Blue Hens for loop lead, 62-60 • Mermaids triumph over Drexel, 35-22 • Belles bag first over Bryn Mawr • Brodbeck I & II, Stine lead • Dr. Baker chooses poetry of A. E. Housman for reading

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 13.

Willard Wetzel, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 12, 1951



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