Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Greek letter groups take in Spring rushees • "Artist's Life" by Ruth Feidler wins Pageant contest • Students contribute record $175 to drive • Students to take part in Model United Nations talk • Debaters to attend parley • 3 seniors named into honorary dramatic group • Plays feature intense drama • Student vocalists to appear in "HMS Pinafore" • Board names Mary Yost to editorship of "Weekly" • Spring play cast headed by Henry, MacMullen, Grove • "Lantern" out Wednesday • YM-YW committee plans nomination • "Seventh Heaven" to be theme of Junior Prom April 20 • Letters to the editor • Robert Thompson's death was '10 campus tragedy • Track squad loses three star runners • Girls, boys to play ball; WAA to reap benefits • Miller selected to coach '51 Ursinus tennis squad • Students feel press of daily problems; Studies, food and money predominate • "South Pacific" remains work of art worth waiting for • Swimming team defeats Pennsylvania by capturing four first place honors • Figures released in district scoring; Swett places 18th • Temple hands girls first court defeat • "Weekly" sports quiz • Badminton team downs Pennsylvania squad, 3-2 • Vadner's last minute field goal defeats Rosemont; Belles trounce Albright 51-19 • Forum speaker opposes rearming West Germany • WSGA discusses Community Chest, changes in elections • Dart contest planned • Opportunities in ROC • Food council lists guests' meal prices • Psychiatrist to talk • Soph dance a hit • Helfferich to read • To show movies • Meistersingers give Palm Sunday concert • Chess Club wins • Students asked to give blood again; 200 pints needed • Mrs. Alfred Creager speaks at meeting of Chi Alpha Society

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 18.

Willard Wetzel, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 19, 1951



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