Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Ursinus baseball nine take Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate League title • Men students give version of May Day • Dubuque elected chairman of new government club • WSGA committees named by Hartman • Parent-student luncheon is feature of Class Day • Commencement speaker heads Governor James' job mobilization drive • Colorful May hop ends college year • Frosh entertainers gorge juicy steaks • "The Firefly" stars girl in guise of a boy • Benjamin to head chemists; Discuss silicates at meeting • Showalter announces Lantern to be published this week • Stonorov gives slide lecture on medieval architecture • Debaters hold joint banquet; Tau Kappa Alpha names four • Commentator: Our course in the war • Society notes • Senility in government • Intramurals • Bears still head baseball league; Lose to both Dragons and Wildcats • Racqueteers win two; End undefeated season • Cindermen top Albright 82-44 in last contest • Jayvee nine closes season with loss to Villanova, 3-2 • Men close season with loss as Drexel cops final match • Golf team scores first win, trouncing Penn lassies, 4-1 • English Club hears review • Newman Club elects officers

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 38, Number 27.

Nicholas Barry, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 20, 1940



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