Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Broadway comedy achieves new glory in Ursinus star-studded presentation • Dr. Philip to lead Bay State concert • May Queen crowned in colorful pageant given on east campus • Grizzlies whip feeble PMC nine, 7-4; Landes fans nine, gives up eight hits • Y cabinet and officers installed last evening at candlelight vespers • Eight co-eds to model in Ruby fashion show • Forum series ends with labor question • Pre-meds hear Dr. G. B. Keefer • Club to elect officers at banquet • Mass meeting of all vets scheduled; Discussion of vital matters on slate • Notice to all P. L. 16 veterans • Campus briefs: I.R.C. meeting; Varsity Club banquet; F.B.I. agent to speak; A.V.C. meeting • Commentator: A reciprocal visit • Student government • Alumni-Society notes • Bruin nine tripped by Blue Hens, 1-0; Ziegler out-pitched • Diplomats trim Bruins on cinderpath; Kennedy, Turner, Gradwohl scintillate • Brodbeck unit rolls to first half crown in softball tourney • Basketball players win letters • Explorers stopped by Wallickmen, 5-4 • Girls attend Penn clinic for softball instructions • Bear netmen drop 5-4 tilt to Delaware in first loss • Four golf tilts booked for girls • WSGA to install new officers at Wednesday evening banquet • Brotherhood of St. Paul elects Edward Rettew as new president • Evelyn Moyer elected chairman • FTA plans panel on Horace Mann

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 46, Number 22.

Robert Juppe, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 12, 1947



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