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First epistle to the freshmen • Fords to be rivals in home grid clash • Hockey drills start; Frick leads squad • Harriers condition for championships • Bruin eleven yields 21-0 as Drexel breaks streak • Greek prof begins seventeenth season as soccer mentor • Interdorm program set; includes tennis, football • Bears elect leader for grid campaign • Bakermen prepare for season opener • From the sidelines • Kunz, Nicholls go continental • Ursinus star shines in summer theater • Editorial: Senior to frosh • Six assume posts on Ursinus faculty • Forums to include verse and opinions on Arctic, Far East • Teachers j.g. begin trial flights soon • Y to present plans at rally Wednesday • "Greenies" view Ursinus under bands and bangs • School registers 974 as enrollment drops • WSGA begins duties as committees plan future coed events • Bruin brainmen hit dean's squad 79-29 after 16-week fray • New prexy outlines semester schedule for musical groups • Campus store introduces new hours, coffee machine • President entertains at banquet • Juniors set freshman breakfast
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Leeming, Betty; Hartzel, Jane; Bare, Nancy R.; Derstine, Joyce; Saurman, George E.; Stauffer, Donald; and Corcoran, Jack, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 3, 1949" (1949). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 572.
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