Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Spring Greek weekend "better than ever" • Dr. Pradervand speaks June 6 • Patterson Field becomes South Sea island paradise: Spring Festival a success • Bishop's Company presentation poses contemporary problems • Millers teach at War College • Summer session begins June 14 • Miss Blanche Schultz awarded national science grant • Variety theme of band concert • Editorial: The "wreck" room; IF weekend; Thanks • Herzog, the complex sufferer • Curtain Club production scores instant success • Letters to the editor • Women netters lose to Bryn Mawr • Tennis team upsets Wilkes • Softball team downs W. Chester • UC nine wins two: Routs PMC, splits with H'ford • Cindermen beaten twice: Nipped at Albright, swamped by L.V. • Greek gleanings • Words are inadequate
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Inter-Fraternity weekend, Marcel Pradervand, Spring Festival, Henrik Ibsen, Blanche B. Schultz, college band, Eugene H. Miller, Jessie A. Miller, Army War College, summer school, recreation room, Saul Bellow, Curtain Club, basketball, tennis, softball, baseball, track team, sororities, fraternities, Ruby
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Sheeder, Franklin Irvin Jr. and Harkins, Kathleen, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 10, 1965" (1965). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 249.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 64, Number 23.
Frank Sheeder, editor.