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'51ers rate second place, capture trophy in contest • Sophs plan week-end of sophisticate decor • Senator to discuss many new issues facing law-makers • Helfferich ekes out heavyweight honor for second season • Scout frat sponsors heart disease drive with dorm workers • Bare, B. Keller win roles as adult duo in teen-age drama • Law students await Temple preliminary to April ICG parley • Vesper service ends emphasis week • Senators to launch soliciting campaign for Red Cross aid • Muench to conquer coed athlete ranks as minstrel emcee • Seniors to present Saurman's musical • Southern exposure: Keller returns from the Mardi Gras • War brings German to Ursinus • Ursinus sage sees college past; hints at amazing future • Naturalists find Audubon • Specialists explain aspects of cancer from U.S. research • Druggists lose 75-47 as bears win fourth • Visitors sink coeds in tank meet 35-22 for fourth victory • Bearettes succumb 31-24 to undefeated Owl team • Leaders still pace intramural league; applications posted • Reilly leads Garnet five in 100-49 rout of bears • Cubs rally to beat Pharmacy juniors in 60-45 reversal • Belles knot contest at Southern College after yielding lead • Ursinus ties for fifth in MAC mat tourney • Bruin Quintet drops 58-51 court verdict in Jayvee skirmish • Bryn Mawr downs shuttlecock gals 5-0 • Tennis squad faces ten-match schedule • Juniors capitalize on campus freaks for initial 1951 "Ruby" budget activity • Thespians rehearse "Gloria Mundi" roles • Scout meeting to feature trip to Florida via slides

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 49, Number 16.

Betty Leeming, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 6, 1950



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