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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
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, YMCA, YWCA, Curtain Club, May Day Pageant, Color Day, International Relations Club, Eugene H. Miller, Meistersingers, bridge tournament, Ruby, English Club, Pasupuleti Gopala Krishnayya, Red Cross, French Club, engagements, William J. Phillips, Pennsylvania Dutch, J. W. Clawson, Duryea Hall, Jerry Seeders, basketball, Dick Gellman, Loren Zimmerman, Gene Pascucci, intramural sports, swimming, Canterbury Club, Donald G. Baker
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Wetzel, Willard; Simmendinger, Mary Ann; Nolt, Joanne; Jordan, Robert N. Jr.; Armstrong, Robert E.; Deitz, Susanne; Odenheimer, Bob; Bothwell, Ford; and Stauffer, Donald, "The Ursinus Weekly, February 12, 1951" (1951). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 558.
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