Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Millers contribute two chapters to volume in honor of Blakeslee • Bears seek victory over Garnet eleven in traditional fray • Soccer team drops season opener 4-0 to Castle Pointers • Booters select Peterson; Frick leads coed squad • Dickinson runs wild in easy 35-0 triumph • Curtis tops league in campus football; Ping pong to start • Gurzynski discloses cross-country slate • Popular pair views life south of the Rio Grande • Verve and style of '51ers maintain famed tradition of Glenwood quartet • Freshmen elect George Ott president • Frosh cuties massacre burlesque • Students hold rites for departed spirit • Actors' club slates Shaw's "Pygmalion" • Seniors name date for annual dance • Speaker prescribes change in policies for U.S. with Asia • Penn prexy will address Founders' Day audience • Observatory proves valuable addition to science building • Y cabinet schedules Green Lane retreat for this week-end • Chairman explains current regulations to campus leaders • Ruby editors announce selection of staff heads for '50 edition • Literary publication adds five editors to masthead • Sororities prepare for rushing; Sophs to receive bids Friday

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 49, Number 3.

Betty Leeming, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 17, 1949



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