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Junior prom features Miles' radio artists • Installation tonight for new WSGA officers • College will entertain Huguenot Society of Pa. • Women's student council dines at Freeland House • Bears lose three games during disastrous week • Muhlenberg College host to spring INA conclave • Junior play to present both thrills and comedy • "Y" officers installed at candle service • Grizzly runners to meet West Chester teachers • Grizzly netmen divide matches over week-end • College YM chorus presents concert at York • Juniors win annual inter-class track meet • Vesper services • New trees on campus • May Day and Mother's Day scheduled for Sat., May 13 • English Club discusses George Bernard Shaw • Old-new Weekly staffs hold annual banquet • Second annual banquet of brotherhood on Tuesday • Fraternity elections held • Dr. Patten speaks to freshman discussion group • Music Club hears students • Penn psychologist speaks to Christian associations • Foreign students speak at YW international tea • Fircroft wins first game of girls baseball league • Tau Kappa Alpha to initiate • Ruby staff appointments announced by the editor • Curtain Club Zwing play to be Noel Coward hit • Yearling tossers open with three victories
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, May Day pageant, track team, Clarence Patten, Albert Holmes, baseball, tennis, student government, YMCA, YWCA
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Brian, Harry F.; Gregory, Dwight L.; and Omwake, George Leslie, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 1, 1933" (1933). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 1054.
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