Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Spring play May 12-14 in T-G gym • "Y" installs officers at vespers Sunday • Pre-meds to hear polio expert tonite • Hamilton to head pre-legal society • Meistersingers end season with "Music for you" • National music frat installed at Ursinus • Mass rehearsals listed for May Day • "Y" retreat at Mensch Mill; New cabinet assumes duties • Pictures taken of college "X-day" • Mr. L. Krug heads C-T school district • Sasha Siemal tells of jaguar hunting • '56 Ruby will take Spring sports pictures tomorrow • Editorials: Here's a spot for you • Letters to the editor • Dining-room has unusual guest • Fraternity row • Thinclads lose again despite victories by Herwig, Lawhead • Fords blank Bruin netmen in 9-0 rout • Girls tie record with 3-2 net win • Bruins smash Dickinson; Edge Fords in 4-3 contest • Sholl's hit wins 1-0 mound duel • Dr. Franklin Watts speaks to WRC • Canterbury Club visits Preventorium • A.P.O. waits until Fall for charter • Debaters beat Haverford

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 54, Number 18.

Richard Winchester, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 2, 1955



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