Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Haines cites trend toward "people's law" in commencement address to seniors today • Ruby, Lantern come off press final week • Past and future is Class Day theme • Degrees awarded 114 in Class of '41 • Snyder and Greene star in "Waltz Dream" • "Make alliance with God" is advice of Dr. Charles Deininger in baccalaureate sermon • Board of Directors promotes four members of faculty • Frances Kooker made prexy of Music Club; Succeeds Howarth • Jane Vink is made head of Rosicrucian honor society • Biscotte elected president of Beardwood Chemical Society • Byron is elected chairman of Forum Committee for next year • Chapline heads Manuscript Club; Writers submit work for criticism • Passing remarks on commencement • Society notes • Good luck, Don! • Parting is such sweet sorrow • Don Kellett resigns to coach freshman athletics at Penn • Peg Claflin, former Ursinus star, to succeed Mrs. Hampson on faculty • Baseball, tennis and track squads select Fetterman, Wood, and Conine as captains • Tennis squad wins 2, loses 8 • Bear trackmen show form in compiling fine season record • Green bear baseballers round out 50-50 season • Spanish refugee aided by Y writes of like for Gary Cooper and cinema • Ditter offers new award to member of graduating class

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Charles Grove Haines, Frank A. Wood, Emily M. Zoll, Donald S. Kellett, Rosicrucians, Beardwood Chemical Society, commencement, J. William Ditter, Maria Ogando, track team, baseball, tennis


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 39, Number 29.

Denton Herber, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, June 9, 1941



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