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Curtain Club groups to give plays on April 3 • Edna Millay's poetry read at lit meeting • Ursinus on TV Saturday • Club to visit Seminary • Pageant planned • Forum to feature newspaper writer at March 14 session • Physiotherapist, dental school head to address Pre-med society • "Speak Easy" hailed as milestone in Ursinus theater work • Fraternities, sororities send out bids as Spring rushing period begins today • MSGA discusses election system • Final tryouts for Spring play to be held Wednesday, Thursday • Livingston gives illustrated talk to large crowd • Dr. Yost at Princeton on "busman's holiday" • Bloodmobile to re-visit • Chess Club ties • "Lantern" selects material • Editorial: Story of a letter • Book reviewed • Organ was installed in 1916 as memoriam to C. H. Clark • Smokers warned of moocher's smooth line; Inveterate victim lists defense tactics • IRC-PAC poll gives student views on foreign policy • Mr. Morrison invents zipped turkey; Facilitates the filling of the fowl • Library adds books by American authors • Major Bowen advocates aid to Chiang, says nationalists now ready and able • Dave Reice elected basketball captain • Christensen ends managerial career; Fisher carries on • Garnet downs Delaware to capture league title • Belles gain fifth victory as Vadner scores twenty • Ursinus swimmers beat Beaver mermaids, 34-23 • Fischer and Lintner elected to guide Bruins on grid during '51-'52 campaign • Baseball squad enters 2nd week of practice • Brodbeck teams lead men's intramural loop • Schedules listed for track, tennis • Seven wrestlers lost by graduation; Basketball squad loses four regulars • Badminton team splits with Drexel, Bryn Mawr

Publication Date

3-12-1951

Publisher

Ursinus College

City

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Keywords

Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Curtain Club, Calvin D. Yost, Stars in Your Eyes, Newman Club, May Day Pageant, Delbert Clark, pre-medical society, fraternities, sororities, student government, Larry F. Livingston, DuPont Company, Red Cross, Chess Club, Lantern, English Club, Charles Heber Clark, smoking, kitchen staff, Library, Frederick A. Bowen, Dave Reice, basketball, Walter Christensen, Peter Fisher, swimming, football, Bill Fischer, Herm Lintner, baseball, intramural sports, tennis, track team, badminton, wrestling

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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 17.

Willard Wetzel, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 12, 1951

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