Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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154 seniors receive diplomas here today: Scott addresses grads at 91st commencement • Post-graduation plans are made by senior class • Prizes awarded to outstanding Ursinus students • Ursinus receives $500 grant from Ford fund • Dr. Eugene Miller elected national Pi Gamma Mu V-P • Rev. Mr. Schellhase, Miss Kay Kerper engaged • Alpha Phi Omega elects new officers for next year • Admissions Office expects 274 freshmen in '64 class • Editorial: Tribute • Letters to the editor • Walden-by-the-sea • Explanation • Senior's progress • Amico speaks • Lynne Crosley is All-American lacrosse player • Athletic teams elect captains for next year • Women's tennis is undefeated for fourth year • Men's tennis team ends 2-9 • Cindermen end season; Several records broken • Men receive letters for participation in sports • Vern Morgan makes fine showing at ICAA meet • Sallie Eikner is elected head of Alpha Sigma Nu • Coral Lee Koffke is elected new president of Whitians • Zeta Chi fraternity holds dinner dance on June 3 • Jim Faust and Dave Crisman to head Inter-Fraternity Council • Thirteen new members elected to Pi Gamma Mu • AYH Council announces new hosteling schedule • Kappa Delta Kappa sorority holds shower for members • Larry Habgood is elected new president of Delta Mu Sigma

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, commencement, Hugh Scott, Ford Motor Company Fund, Eugene H. Miller, Pi Gamma Mu, Kay Kerper, Richard T. Schellhase, Alpha Phi Omega, admissions, Linda M. MacFarland, Beverly H. Garlick, Seaside Park, student government, rules and customs, Lynne Crosley, lacrosse, tennis, track team, Vernon Morgan, Alpha Sigma Nu, Sallie Eikner, Whitians, Coral Lee Koffke, Zeta Chi, Jim Faust, Dave Crisman, fraternities, American Youth Hostels, Kappa Delta Kappa, Larry Habgood, Delta Mu Sigma


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 59, Number 22.

Catherine A. Nicolai, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, June 6, 1960



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