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Senior musical to revive era of flapper, prohibition • IRC to discuss U.S. foreign policy • Food council conducts review of situation here • "Big top" chosen theme of freshman dance, March 2 • Book review given • Quartet sings to bank cashier, endorses faulty check vocally • "Time" features successful industrialist, E. D. Bransome, former student here • Play books in Library • 1936 Ursinus graduate attains USAF honors • Campus "March of dimes" nets $34 total; Maples heads list • Board discloses "interest" in armed service units • Audience to enter mood of Tuesday's suspenseful drama • Summer students asked to sign up • 29 delegates attend Philadelphia debate • Hess enumerates ways of using law training • WAA abandons plans for annual minstrel show; To sell socks • FTA considers courses • Editorial: An Ursinus community chest? • Reflections on mealtime • Weekly asks: "What do you think of having an ROTC unit at a church-related college?" • Canine King Henry lounges on campus, carries schedule of dog-ology, barking • Dr. J. H. A. Bomberger, first Ursinus president, led college through difficulties of early years • Juniata, too, has mystery balls • Campus agents promote local sale of cigarettes • Glenwood Memorial recalls dim past, puzzles over current popular usage • George Gay, Ursinus immortal, had brilliant grid career • Bucknell Bisons trounce matmen 29-5 as Helfferich posts lone win for locals • Battling Bruins rebound to edge Dragons 74-70 • Bryn Mawr bests swimmers, 19-18 • Belles post second victory of season • Bears rout cadets 85-71 as league race tightens • Brodbeck I clinches tie in intramurals • Y activities to center around Wednesday night fireside chats • Lintner heads Red Cross • 3 French Club members attend dinner in Philadelphia church • Dr. Allan Rice to address Lions on Atlantic Union • Juniors name committee heads • Dolman reads humorous work on "Education of Hyman Kaplan"
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Wetzel, Willard; Loesch, Linford; Jordan, Robert; Nolt, Joanne; Stewart, Jeanne; Zimmerman, Connie; Stauffer, Donald; Odenheimer, Bob; Bothwell, Ford; Foster, Roy; and Fellman, Nelson M. Jr., "The Ursinus Weekly, February 26, 1951" (1951). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 563.
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