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Pi Gamma Mu approves Ursinus' charter request • Five gain entrance into thespian frat at secret gathering • Neill to rule pagent; Letson, court chosen • YW prexy accepts place on committee of national Y group • Rosies admit seven at after-dinner tea • "Ruby" staff posts roster for photos of activities groups • Speaker to discuss field in insurance • Local audience lauds Harrop, Basile concert • Cub and Key plans journal to record members' deeds • Dance and sports comprise pre-exam weekend events • School maintains system of scholarships and loans • Clara Hamm gains college board post on style magazine • Practice term ends for large '49 crop of future teachers • Tail of the "Weekly" tale • Heated court battle ends in 60-57 win for cadets • Cubs lose to P.M.C. in close 31-30 tilt • Fords trim bears 67-53 in second league game • Sports slate dispels biennial gloomy air of pre-exam days • Coach Waldo trains second tank squad since arriving here • Jayvees top Fords by one point edge • Bruin grapplers trounce Mules in opening match

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Pi Gamma Mu, Sue Letson, Doris Neill, May Day, Alpha Psi Omega, Ruby, YMCA, YWCA, Rosicrucians, Business Administration club, Cub and Key, Armand Basile, Estelle Harrop, Clara Hamm, alumni, student teachers, basketball, wrestling, Maribelle Waldo


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 49, Number 11.

Betty Leeming, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 9, 1950



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