Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Results of Weekly questionnaire indicate Guy Lombardo is favorite dance band • Archibald Rutledge to address chapel • May Day pageant to be presented • Curtain Club to give Zwing play Saturday • Mothers to be guests on May Day • Nominations held this noon for new student council • Ursinus a charter member of new sport conference • Installation of WSGA officers held Monday • C.W.A. projects to continue at Ursinus this month • Barnard and Lentz speak to Harrisburg alumni • Old and new YW cabinets enjoy retreat at Arcola • Juniors hold nominations for next year's officers • Music featured at vespers • Rev. Oliver K. Maurer elected honorary member of TKA • History of May Day traced from its beginning, 241 B.C., through growth on Ursinus campus for last 16 years • Rev. John Lentz delivers address at YMCA meeting • New IRC members to hear program on modern Turkey • New members initiated into women's debating club • Freshman girls make May baskets for seniors • Council to reorganize soon • Dr. John Simpson addresses Anders pre-medical society • Dr. Matthew Beardwood to address chemical society • Motion picture test made in science lecture hall • Ouderkirk chosen to be Laurel Blossom Princess • Carr and Schiele elected to head their fraternities • English Club to hold regular meeting tonight • Ursinus finishes last in meet at West Chester • Batsmen drop close contest to Temple; frosh lose game with Hill School, 9-5 • Men racqueteers suffer first defeat of season • Girls tennis team opens season with win over NYU • Curtis leads in dorm league • Annual meeting of Lehigh Valley alumni takes place • Faculty members attend conference in New York

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 32, Number 26.

Jesse Heiges, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 7, 1934



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