Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Gladfelter to be speaker at Commencement on June 4 • Baccalaureate to be conducted by Methodist bishop • Scout fraternity inducts members at banquet • Jones and Donia write new UC song • Frosh choose soph rulers for Fall • Football squad meets; Plans for Fall season • Dean Pancoast to receive Ph.D. • Creager to speak at clergy confab • Chess Club holds election • Bell schedule for exams • Construction to begin soon on Paisley, Stauffer, and Beardwood dormitories • Miss Stahr cited for DPA award • KDK votes for officers • WSGA officers, members installed at banquet • Pi Gamma Mu chooses members, has election • Apes elect new officers • Editorial: Black is still not white; A gem of a "Ruby" • U.C. says "hi" to English visitor • My trip to a grad research center • Tau Sig elects new leaders • Officers of O Chi chosen • Two frat pinnings announced • Neborak cops most outstanding athlete award at annual Varsity Club banquet Mon. • Netgals beat Penn; Drop only loss to Bryn Mawr, 3-2 • Bears beat Mules; Seven marks set as Lehigh romps • Bruins stopped by Dutchmen, LaSalle, Smash Rutgers; 19-1 • Netmen top Hens, LaSalle & Hounds

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Commencement, Millard E. Gladfelter, baccalaureate, Fred P. Corson, Alpha Phi Omega, campus song, H. Lloyd Jones, Joe Donia, rules and customs, football, G. Sieber Pancoast, Alfred L. Creager, Chess Club, dormitories, Paisley Hall, Stauffer Hall, Beardwood Hall, Camilla Belle Stahr, Community Club, student government, Kappa Delta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Maurice W. Armstrong, cheating, Ruby, Ethel Harvey, Philip Harvey, Tau Sigma Gamma, Omega Chi, Delta Pi Sigma, Paul Neborak, Varsity Club, tennis, track team, baseball


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 55, Number 20.

Lawrence Foard, Jr., editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 21, 1956



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