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Yearbook to stage "Horror, inc." night in week campaign • Fraternities welcome 67 as rushing season ends • Organization join to send assistance for schools abroad • Y chats to discuss U.S. foreign policy; Religion week near • Seniors head cast for "Dream waltz", Straus' music show • WAA femmes plan night of minstrelsy, comedy and music • Dean's men capture bitter 110-97 victory over busy b-listers • Thespians to enter "Junior miss" trials for May production • Dr. White narrates Color Day history; reviews progress of Ursinus women • Women to sponsor Senator Wood here • Miller takes leave for speaking tour • March 14 to close '50 pageant contest • Varsity Club men initiate new attendance regulation • Boswell, Chandler to take sides in debate on economic situation • Economics to see twenty-year slump, thanks to Roberts • "Tony" adds ltalian zest to Ursinus dining fare • Forum speaker urges return to verse, reconciliation of all people with poets • Derrites formulate unique mental law as result of finals • '51ers' harmony to vie with college foursomes • Bruins yield 65-49 to league leaders; Forsyth gets honor • Belles down Albright for first win 38-31 • Second loss comes to badminton team • Courtmen divide tilts over busy week-end • Bruin grapplers continue long undefeated record • Jayvees drop two after Delaware win • Garnet gets 38-19 victory over Ursinus tank team • Lassies lose 37-26; rally gives margin to Immaculata gals • Meistersingers group sings in Lebanon and Springfield • March of Dimes receives poor campus total of $27

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, fraternities, Ruby, YMCA, YWCA, Women's Athletic Association, Eugene H. Miller, Curtain Club, May Day pageant, Elizabeth White, Color Day, Lloyd H. Wood, Varsity Club, James L. Boswell, Charles L. Chandler, Howard F. Roberts, Antonio Colameco, Edward Davison, alumni, '51ers, Bill Forsyth, basketball, badminton, wrestling, swimming, Meistersingers


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 49, Number 14.

Betty Leeming, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 20, 1950



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