Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Jane Rathgeb elected editor by Weekly Board of Control • Thirty-one men to end pre-med studies here • Bond drive needs $606.50 to reach goal set at $1950 • Madelyn Jaindl wins WSGA election; Courtenay Richardson will head Women's Athletic Association • Curtain Club presents "The Royal Family" as climax to 1945 season • Army chaplain speaks on Memorial Day idea • Corsage sales net profit • Y retreat to be held to plan future work • Peg Hudson reigns at May festivities • E. Nelson speaks at recent forum • Seven students are winners of competitive scholarships • Civilian men to give own version of pageant • Elliot Lawrence to play at Navy Ball 'mid Gay officer's club atmosphere • In the service • Prospects for a Balkan federation • Alumni news • Society news • Ursinus nine bows to Muhlenberg, 2-1; Bill Kelly gets both hits for Ursinus • Jack Connell fans fifteen batsmen as Ursinus Bears trounce Drexel 10-1 • Snell's belles down ship's company, 7-6; Girls rally in sixth • Coed team defeats fathers on May Day • Dr. Carmon Ross speaks to education classes • It's time to hit the books • The country's first "war loan" advertisement

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 44, Number 23.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 28, 1945



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