Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Seniors hear Symes; Girls' dorm begun: Speaker emphasizes faith; Ground breaking Saturday • Ursinus confers honorary doctorate degrees on four • Thomas is valedictorian; Leaves summa cum laude • Pre-meds graduate; Go on to med. school • Baccalaureate talk given by Armstrong • Annual prizes are awarded at commencement this morning • Godshalk, Yerkes, Bentz are presented open scholarships • Class of '55 selects twelve in Who's who • Class of '55 leaves at exercises today • Editorials: To the class of "55" and all who follow; Looking over the class of '55 • Letter to the editor • Lee Rigler chosen to head soph rules committee in Fall • Looking back on very pleasant experiences at good old UC • E. Snyder returns to Ursinus; Studied under Dr. Frankle • Committee names junior advisors • YM-YWCA reviews year; Reveals plans • Seniors gaze at future with enthusiasm and determination • Concert Sunday night enjoyed by many • APO honors Hunt, Millward • Seibmen lose final game to Lehigh by close score of 3-1 • Constitution of WAA revised at meeting • WSGA reviews year; Messinger named student forum rep. • Birth announced • Connie Cross made tennis cap. for 2nd year; Prospects bright • Pigskin meeting on Monday reveals plans • Ehlers, Harris seek diamond contracts after graduation • Wilson to captain hopeful Ursinus trackmen next year • Polly Taylor named to lead '56 Belles • Allebach selected to district two all-star baseball squad • "They earned it" • Intramural champs • Hennessey names appointments, plans for MSGA next year • Emma Smith elected president of Day Study

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, commencement, James M. Symes, dormitories, Georgia Thomas, Maurice W. Armstrong, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Who's who, William Leigh Godshalk, Marion Martha Yerkes, Elizabeth Ann Bentz, rules and customs, Lee Rigler, Evan Snyder, student government, YMCA, YWCA, Vesper Choir, Alpha Psi Omega, Bobbe Hunt, Wayne Millard, Dick Hector, baseball, Women's Athletic Association, Priscilla Messinger, Ted Clark, Sherry Lynn Clark, tennis, Connie Cross, football, Art Ehlers, Gene Harris, Bart Wilson, track team, Polly Taylor, softball, Donald Allebach, intramural sports, Emma Jane Hulton Smith, Women's Day Study, Dick Hennessey


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 54, Number 22.

Richard Winchester, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, June 6, 1955



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