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Cytologists to give material on cancer from U.S. research • Clothing drive opens today for overseas • Steere to consider "Sense of Vocation" for emphasis week • Coed societies map strategy in rushing season's candidates • Committee requests coeds' suggestions on customs matter • Week-end promises full-time enjoyment with carnival, shag • Sophs to highlight velvet mood at hop; present Art Brown • Actors to produce one-act group plays • Pre-legals prepare for ICG convention • Cerone opens drive for heart patients in talk to students • Foreign service agent tells story of escape from Asia • Ann Royer receives award for highest Chem I average • Oil burner explosion rocks equilibrium of Hobson Hall • Omwake receives committee job to make school business survey • Dr. Armstrong receives position • Rue makes railroads life project • Editorial: Benign influence • Annex-dotes • Old "Weeklies" reveal fads, innovations as new dorm, gate appear on scene • "Ruby" staff leers as night of horrors augments treasury • Horseback riders meet to plan future activities at academies • "Ruby" staff to stage musical; begin tryouts for cast tonight • Gravediggers ply trade on hardwood lib tables • Emily loses face on Ursinus campus as student diners turn to rules, tux • Science lib offers rare secluded nook for deep pondering • Garnet whips bears 19-11 with experienced squad • Intramural news • Penn ties bearettes; Rosemont succumbs • Wrestlers face tourney for MA championship • Bruins drop two games as losing streak grows • Tank squad sweeps victory from Penn, taking five firsts • Bruin matmen take easy 34-0 decision from Cadet squad • WAA selects coed endmen for comedy, musical show

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, YMCA, YWCA, sororities, Douglas Van Steere, Daniel F. Cerone, freshmen customs, John Hall Paxton, Maurice W. Armstrong, Stanley Omwake, Red Cross, Hobson Hall, Ann Royer, Curtain Club, French Club, pre-legal society, James Rue, alumni, Freeland dining hall, Pfahler Hall, wrestling, intramural sports, basketball, swimming, Women's Athletic Association


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Cultural History | Higher Education | Liberal Studies | Social History | United States History


This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 49, Number 15.

Betty Leeming, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 27, 1950



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