Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Dormitories elect officers; Eikner is hall board head • May Day to be held Saturday • Co-captains and four new cheerleaders named • John Innes presents paper at intercollegiate meeting at LVC • ISC to hold annual dessert for frosh women on May 9 • Haverford professor to talk to U.C. students on Middle East • Carol Taney wins Alexander Award • Pre-med society to hold annual elections • Dr. Lachman talks at MSGA banquet • Habgood and Fernandez are new head waiters • "Bell, book and candle" to be presented on May 7 & 8 • Vern Morgan runs mile in 4:13.6 to set record • WSGA installs new officers on Apr. 27 • Air raid to be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. • Y retreat services led by Elston, Yost, Jones • Curtain Club members urged to vote for officers tomorrow • Father Louis Giorgi to address Newman Club on May 2 at 7 p.m. • Editorial: Evil • "Who, me?" • Pyewacket and the play • Coming thaw • WRUC: Collegeville, Pa. • Men's tennis team defeated twice • Thinclads drop meet to Garnet • C. Heffelfinger reaches MSI final • Lacrosse team wins three games • U tossers capture two; Drummond drops first • John Gartner to head Beta Sig; Vannucci and Cook also elected • Carol Mallick is announced as Omega Chi's new president • Delta Pi has orphans' party; Welcomes six new members • Spanish Club members taught Spanish dances by Sandra Motta • Inter-frat council sets rules for IF track meet on May 14 • I.R.C. to hold meeting tonight; New officers will be elected • PSEA elects new officers; Picnic to be held May 10 • Dot Haggerty is elected new head of the Spirit Committee • Canterbury Club to hold picnic at county park on May 9

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 59, Number 18.

Catherine A. Nicolai, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 2, 1960



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