Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Curtain Club presents "The Young Idea" • Gala May Day pageant presented on east campus • College presidents hold spring meeting here • Alumni athletes to meet • To have exam in Trappe • Bears take first place in eastern conference race • Eternal values stressed by Dr. Charles Gilkey • Rev. Cassaday, class of 1877, accidentally killed by auto • Senior class day program to depart from tradition • Stuhldreher and Holman to coach here this summer • Tracksters drop second meet to Drexel dragons • Students' mothers banquet in Freeland dining room • Mothers of freshmen meet • Club discusses G. B. Shaw • Magazine comes out soon • No Weekly on May 29 • Grim and Smeigh secure positions in Spring City • Hershey and Shear will head their fraternities • Penn law student speaks at junior advisory meeting • Yen Lee to be speaker at International Relations Club • Faculty approves constitution of new literary magazine • Representatives nominated for men's student council • Rain breaks up men's tennis matches with Saint Joseph's • Undergoes operation • Constitution established

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 31, Number 30.

Dwight L. Gregory, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 15, 1933



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