Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Helfferich retains MAC title; Voted "outstanding" • Music Club lists "HMS Pinafore" as Spring production • Community Chest receives support • MSGA holds discussion on guests' meal prices • Brownback receives material for May 4, 5 grad record exam • Dr. McClure to view Ursinus problems at YM-YWCA meeting • Group presentation of "Condemned" scores hit • DuPont lecturer shows new super light plastic • Larry Livingston, DuPont manager, to speak here • Dr. Yost to read poetry of Edna St. Vincent Millay • Administration receives additional data on draft • Seniors' original "Speak Easy" ready for production • Lantern staff prepares issue; Meeting called • Notecrackers lose coin-tossing finals • Charles Lachman donates rug for Library faculty room • Red Cross drive begins • Rushing starts Monday • Editorial: Participation makes spirit; Support Red Cross; Lenten thoughts • L-shaped office is language office, where all is congeniality, cooperation, cordiality • Star gazers view sky, map moon through telescope atop Pfahler Hall • Staff grinds out "The Weekly" midst daily confusion • Swarthmore knocks Ursinus quintet from league contention in 78-56 win • Jerry Seeders awaits word on call to Army; Was captain in last war • Quintet winds up season in 95-62 loss to Blue Hens • Bear matmen rally, tie Drexel 14-14 • Belles defeat Penn to stay unbeaten • Mermaids capture fourth place in district intercollegiate meet • Club holds supper

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 16.

Willard Wetzel, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 5, 1951



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