Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Shinehouse crowned queen during "Magic hour" pageant • Women elect dorm officers and senator • WSGA banquet this evening; New officers will be installed • Frank Brown named Curtain Club pres. • APO reveals plans for future projects • Fellowship House Choir concert on Wednesday night • Sigma Xi honors Dr. James C. Hirst • Pre-meds end year with dinner-dance • These are your candidates for class officers: Vote!!! • Editorials: Let's be fair; Carrying fun too far • Fraternity row • Sorority news • "My three angels" is a smash hit; New players captivate audiences • Band concert a hit; Given again tonight • Universal military training: Yes or no? • Belles rout Temple, Drexel; Beaten 4-1 in Bryn Mawr tilt • Bruins maul Haverford, 12-2 • WAA banquet to be held Wednesday • Wow! Girls lose softball thriller, 2-1 • Harris named outstanding athlete at sports banquet • Intramural softball • Bruins face LaSalle, Moravian, Lehigh after edging Rutgers-SJ 2-1, PMC 9-4 • Improving racketmen drop Drexel, LaSalle; Whitewashed by Swarthmore • Final examination schedule
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, May Day pageant, Priscilla Shinehouse, student government, Curtain Club, Frank Brown, Alpha Phi Omega, Philadelphia Fellowship House Choir, James C. Hirst, Sigma Xi, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, fraternities, sororities, College band, tennis, baseball, Women's Athletic Association, Faith Helmle, softball, intramural sports, Gene H. Harris, Don Allebach
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Winchester, Richard; Subin, David; Okino, Hazel; Billman, Karl; McKelvie, Eleanor R.; Hudnut, David; Struth, Marguerite; Bowman, Dick; Townsend, Jack; Schumacher, H. Ralph; and Schorsch, Ismar, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 16, 1955" (1955). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 475.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 54, Number 20.
Richard Winchester, editor.