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My impressions of Ursinus • Glauser announces data on proctor and concession applications for 1957-58 • Sororities hold party; Sig Nu plans dinner-dance • Alumni Association gives banquet to seniors, May 22 • Matusow and Seip to head Pi Gamma Mu in '57-'58 • MSGA meeting: New rules for P.A. in dining hall • MSGA officers installed at dinner • Rules set up for Fall opening of new girls' dorms • Class presidents elected for '57-'58 • Women await Dean's, President's final action on revised petition • New education bill announced by V.A. • Cape May starting point for deep sea fishing trip • Robert R. Titus to speak at Commencement, June 10 • Editorial: Time for review • National game • Letters to the editor • Batmen beat Drew and Rutgers; Lose to Moravian in 11th inning • Bears beat Mules and Dutchmen; Records broken • Stroudsburg loses to Belles, 7-1, in softball debut • Net team wins three matches; Schorsch no. three doubles star • Chem society tours steel plant • On answering letters • New books at Library • Social welfare confab to hold student program • Men students to hold room drawings May 20-22 • J. Bonn new president of the Debating Club

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Fusako Ono, Japan, student government, Alpha Sigma Nu, Pi Gamma Mu, Allen Matusow, Molly Seip, Alumni Association, Phi Alpha Psi, Beta Sigma Lambda, rules and customs, women's hours, Anthony Colameco, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Robert R. Titus, Alpha Phi Omega, baseball, track team, softball, tennis, Beardwood Chemical Society, Alan Wood Steel Company, Library, Jerrold Bonn, Debating Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 56, Number 20.

Walter William Montgomery, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 20, 1957



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