Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Annual Spring retreat at Camp Mensch Mill, May 1-3 • "Gold Cadillac" chosen to be Spring production • Drummond, Haigh pitch Ursinus win against LaSalle • IF marked by picnics, parties and track contest • Students working abroad take funds for return • Vern Morgan stars against Haverford and F&M teams • "Modern art in religion" topic illustrated by Martin Zipin in talk • Snyder pres. of WSGA; Witmer, Moore head Y • UC baseball team trounces Fords and Engineers • UC Women's Club fetes seniors to annual party • Editorial: Purpose • Professor opinion: Dr. William J. Phillips • Numbers • Becoming a student • Girls teams down opponents 15-2, 8-5 • Swarthmore beats UC 9-0 in tennis • Morgan beats 3 records; Aims for 4th Wednesday • Flora McQueen chosen for moderator of May Day • Mumford talks on Wright's conceit

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, YMCA, YWCA, Curtain Club, baseball, Lin Drummond, Elmer Haigh, Inter-fraternity council, Placement Office, Vernon Morgan, track team, Martin Zipin, student government, Gail Snyder, baseball, Women's Club, lacrosse, softball, tennis, Frank Lloyd Wright, May Day Pageant, Flora McQueen


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 58, Number 18.

Marla J. Shilton, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 27, 1959



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