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Men's student body elects new council • Seniors are guests at Dr. Omwake's reception • Frosh girls entertain • Faculty interviewed on "Ruby" pictures • Valedictorian honor awarded to John W. Fertig; Winner active in athletics and campus life • Swarthmore hands bears a 6-0 dose of whitewash • Song service at vespers • Ursinus tracksters close season with brilliant 66-60 victory over Drexel • Lois Strickler to attend Laurel Blossom queen • Ursinus joins intercollegiate league; "Jing" Johnson the prime mover • Public speaking class banquets at Franklin House • "Mother" Moore addresses joint YM-YWCA group • Thunder's students will give recital • Girls' tennis team wins final net encounter 6-0 • Ruth Riegel will be editor of "Y" handbook • Vocal students heard in pleasing recital • Brotherhood elects heads • Alumni in metropolitan area prepare for reunions • Dr. and Mrs. Smith guests at English Club luncheon • Sorority news • Rooms are allotted to the Class of 1935 • New Varsity Club meets • Interesting sidelights gleaned from the "Weekly" • Miss Hartenstine announces soloists • Tau Kappa Alpha formal initiation is ended with annual fraternity dinner • Ursinus tennis men lose to strong Temple team • Eachus selected captain of 1932 baseball team • Oscar E. Gerney to direct Physical Education Department • Men's faculty club dines at Spring Mountain House
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Russell C. Johnson, William Thunder, student government, YMCA, YWCA, Homer Smith, Jeanette Hartenstine, John Eachus, baseball, tennis, track team
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Stibitz, E. Earle; Alspach, Alfred C.; and Omwake, George Leslie, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 25, 1931" (1931). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 1121.
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