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Seniors plan show, "Back in civvies," as novel enterprise • Two profs to debate economic aid policy • Twenty fall victim to rushing tactics in spring campaign • Compton wins first at inter-collegiates; remains unbeaten • Y prexy to open "Fun nite" agenda with camping slides • Committee finishes proposed revisions of soph rules plan • Greeks to entertain at party for frosh • Senator emphasizes new fiscal system • Pink and black set suave 'Velvet mood' • Faculty honors Morrison at anniversary celebration • Drives elicit small student response • Hilarious atmosphere pervades old T-G with Muench and minstrel high jinks • Dunc totes hockey stick from Devon to Dutchland • Dinelli's "The Man" • Lecturing prof studies "grass roots" • Library constantly increases reserves of fiction and non-fiction volumes • May pageants show changes in custom since debut in 1919 • Compton tallies only win as swimmers bow 37-20 • Statistics point out leaders in current bruin court season • Coach makes ready for busy schedule in links campaign • Belles take Beaver in court tilt 31-27 for third triumph • Gurzynski predicts good cinder season as eight vets return • Matmen lose three due to graduation leaving huge gaps • Diamond club whips into playing shape for southern trip • Reversals highlight intramural contests as standings shift • Seniors terminate basketball careers with coach Seeders • Dr. Sturgis makes hobby of model railway system • Lee strums ballads to English students at surprise recital

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Joan Compton, swimming, YMCA, YWCA, freshmen customs, sororities, James F. Morrison, Lloyd H. Wood, Red Cross, Women's Athletic Association, Joanne Duncan, alumni, Eugene H. Miller, library, May Day pageant, basketball, golf, wrestling, baseball, Ray Gurzynski, track team, intramural sports, Howard Lee, Russell Sturgis


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 49, Number 17.

Betty Leeming, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 13, 1950



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