Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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WSSF drive collects donations of $440 in $1,000 endeavor • Festive air to reign at '50's starlight ball • Wilson and Styres return as soloists for "Messiah" • Women to complete plans for yuletide • Armstrong to give Christmas message • 'Ruby' to complete individuals' orders in picture schedule • Hordern expounds need for revision in foreign policy • Juniors elect head for 'Ruby' business • Oratorio reflects composer's faith • Academy students present concert for campus body • Debaters travel to Rider for novice broadcast meet • Remig wins school with affable nature as maintenance department assistant • Fall play cast scores hit with "Pygmalion" • John O'Hara tells of summer tour in England, France • Academy publishes December program of varied concerts • Part 1 of the perennial "Weekly" saga • Preceding Christmas seasons provide color for traditional campus yuletide • Quarter of students hold self-help jobs • Matmen strive to better last year's good record • Evans, Duncan triumph in field hockey tourney • Statistics register grid strong points for current season • Baker's bums bow to Snell's belles in annual meeting • Bears win first 59-30 over crusader squad • Practice games set to launch campus basketball schedule • Pattison to captain '49 swimming team in tough schedule • Jayvee team opens season with victory • Ursinus establishes new disposal plant • Chess men reach deadlock in third Lansdale match • Glenwood-Lynnewood leads in interdorm hockey race

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Martha Wilson, Earle Styres, Messiah, World Student Service Fund, senior ball, Ruby, William Hordern, Christmas, Curtain club, music club, Russell L. Remig, alumni, John O'Hara, student employment, wrestling, field hockey, Joanne Duncan, Mary Evans, football, basketball, swimming, chess club, sewage treatment plant


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 49, Number 9.

Betty Leeming, editor-in-chief

The Ursinus Weekly, December 5, 1949



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