Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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"Passing of the Third Floor Back" presented by the Curtain Club • Criticism of 1932 Ruby made by Prof. Sheeder • Annual coronation of May queen featured in gay spring pageant • "Y" doggie roast • Franklin and Marshall wins track meet, 85-41 • Seniors will present "The Clean Up" June 3 • Mothers are guests at annual banquet • Frosh stickmen continue their winning streak • Dr. Macfarland of N.Y. will make chapel address • Freshmen officers • Frosh score at conference meet • Sport dance is sponsored by men's student council • Dr. White entertains prospective freshmen • Commencement week plans • Women's A. A. blazer • Johnson upholds athlete in address to "Y" men • Eveline Omwake elected editor of "Y" handbook • Classics group officers • Commencement exercises • Debate features program of International Relations Club • Co-ed tennis team easily defeats Drexel Institute • Misses Hudson and Cook speak at YW meeting • Lives of modern authors discussed by English Club • WSGA revises rules • Sorority elections • "The Seasons" by Haydn to be presented June 5 • Ursinus graduate honored

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 30, Number 28.

Alfred C. Alspach, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 16, 1932



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