Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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G.B. Shaw derides England's language in "Pygmalion" plot • European student enters Ursinus after long delay • Campus Y to boost annual WSSF drive with $1000 as goal • Calendar indicates vigorous, far-flung week-end schedule • Scout men to form service fraternity at meeting tonight • Sommers to appear for "Starlight Ball" • Old timers return for traditional day; Varsity queen rules • Philip organizes 125 for twelfth chorus of famed oratorio • Yearbook to open '49 shooting season • Author-publisher strongly denounces Britain's welfare state as totalitarian • Band, singers plan combined concert • Coeds to cement relations at big-little sister party • FTA offers talk on opportunities • Editorial: Coming drives • Viewbook becomes new Ursinus agent throughout nation • Caracas native adds diversity to '53 class • Three twirlers add baton intricacies to marching band • Korean compares Hawaii U., Ursinus • Academy reveals diversified program for all music fans • Curtis emerges victorious in football; Play-offs to determine league winner • Ursinus bows 16-45 to Reading runners • Bears to encounter powerful grid foe at PMC this week • Fords, Lincoln defeat grizzly soccer team • Bearettes place six on all-college club in week-end meet • F&M downs bears 27-6 in old timers' day clash • Evans scores goal to tie Swarthmore • Godshall supervises construction work for disposal plant

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 49, Number 6.

Betty Leeming, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 7, 1949



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