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MSGA accepts modifications to Soph rules • Curtain Club to present one-act play, Feb. 27 • Dr. Krishnayya gives Indian position, clarifies Nehru's policies on Red China • Complications feature plot of "Speak easy" • Ursinus graduate to address Pre-Legal society Tuesday • Thespians to produce "Arsenic and Old Lace" • All-Ursinus cast to appear March 17 on "Stars in Your Eyes" television show • Frosberg and Brownback named co-editors of Alumni Journal • Chi Alpha plans seminary visit, discusses ministerial course • Juniors pick Fuhrman • Campus displays colors for annual ceremony • Dean's Office lists enrollment at 771; 19 enter this term • Lorelei lures males, wrecks egos with curious corsages • French Club sponsors mid-week Mardi Gras • Larry Livingston, chemist, to present lecture on "Progress in Better Living" • Editorial: Brotherhood, modern style; Lenten thoughts • English office, place of cheerful disorder, is the ultimate authority for all knowledge • Soft music provides impetus for study in relaxed atmosphere of record room • Turnabout: Professors divulge trade secrets, disclose examples of Ursinus student boners • If you "tought you saw a puddie-cat" in Pfahler, you did • Bears toppled from loop lead by Haverford five • Girls vying for Badminton berths • Swarthmore hands Ursinus Mermaids first defeat, 42-15 • Blue Hens triumph over Bears 23-11; Helfferich victor • Shreiner-Baird squad leads in intramural competition • Garnet cops 63-49 win over staggering Grizzlies • Brodbeck fives top intramural circuit • Should America's women be drafted? • Chesterfield announces names of photography contest winners • IRC hears views of State Department as Miller reports off-record session • Spanish Club studies music • Board member to show film depicting Amish life April 26

Publication Date

2-19-1951

Publisher

Ursinus College

City

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Keywords

Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, student government, rules and customs, Curtain Club, WPTZ, Bennett Productions, J. Harold Brownback, Harry M. Frosberg, H. Ober Hess, Pre-Legal Society, Pasupeleti Gopala Krishnayya, Chi Alpha Society, Clarence Fuhrman, Color Day, enrollment, Lorelei, French Club, Larry F. Livingston, English Department, Library, Pfahler Hall, basketball, badminton, Jim Duncan, Floyd Justice, Gene Glick, swimming, intramural sports, wrestling, Chesterfield cigarettes, Spanish Club, Eugene H. Miller, International Relations Club, Charles H. Noss, Pennsylvania Dutch

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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 14.

Willard Wetzel, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 19, 1951

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