Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Results of men's voting announced; Rheiner is prexy • U.C. classes vote for new officers; Results released • Marge and Ruth write open letter of thanks • FTA to hold meeting Tuesday • W.C. group presents vespers • M. W. Armstrong is editor of new book; To be on TV • Awards presented at WAA banquet • Tuesday night set for women's government banquet • Traditional May Day program presented Saturday; Featured pageant, concert, play: Spring play given Thurs., Fri., Sat.; Award is given; UC Band presents concert with the Meistersingers; May Day pageant presented to huge crowd Saturday • Recipients of honorary degrees announced • IRC elects new officers • Winner of "silver" contest • Tau Kappa Alpha debating society accepts members • Girls' day study election • Pi Nu chooses officers • Student leaders to plan new calendar • Editorial: Less room for more; And a good time was had by all • APO: National service fraternity • Liberal means free • Letters to the editor • Review of "Charley's Aunt" • SWC has outdoor service; Final vespers to be Sun. • Bruin rackets stop Drexel, PMC • Belles top Garnets for fifth victory • Belles crush CJC; Lose to W. Chester • Cindermen take first victory in romp over Lebanon Valley, 99-26 • Bruins stop Haverford, Drew; Edged in Moravian tilt, 4-2 • Second term "finals" schedule • Men to pick rooms Mon., Wed., Fri. • Chi Alpha holds elections

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 55, Number 19.

Lawrence Foard, Jr., editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 14, 1956



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