Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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MSGA representatives are elected; 61 percent of male students vote • U.C. debating team wins over Lehigh • Pre-meds elect pres. Maury Hoberman; Mr. Crebbin to speak • "Y" retreat at Mensch Mill successful; Plans for the coming year discussed • WAA constitution amended last week • Two senior men attend NY meeting • May Day weekend activities look promising • Bill Schearer heads APO • Trotsky sees it a little differently • Sorority news • Why kiss? • Letter home • Belles nipped in net tilt, 3-2 • Cindermen lose; Herwig sets mark • Bruins handed third loss as Drexel wins in tenth • Harry stars but they lose again • Girls smash Beaver; Edge E. Stroudsburg • Bears wallop Garnet • Hens win on homer • Netters beaten by Albright after 7-2 Pa. Optometry win • Westerhoff speaks at Bridge Hotel

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 54, Number 19.

Richard Winchester, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 9, 1955



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