Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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M. L. Williams' royal decision is May Pageant • Tour completed by Meistersingers • Spring concert will be "Music for you" • French clubbers to enjoy Proust readings, games, eats • U.C. alumnus "Rocky" Davis graduates from N.O.C.S. • May 6, 7, 8 Curtain Club comedy, "The Man who came to dinner" • Group 4 to give comedy "Friday for luck" April 13 • Dr. K. Schoonover to speak Wed. on Islamic culture • Shepard talks on medical illustration • Wright, Holcombe, Burns, Welsh head U.C. spirit group • Matlaga, How, Frankenfield elected '55 Y M officers • Band to present twilight concert this May Day • Sorority activities center around Easter season • Juniors choose as prom theme Hasu Kisama • Jean Walker visits campus, speaks on Christian living • Chi Alpha elections to be held tomorrow night • MS-WSGA joint committee to plan potential honor system for U.C. • Former Ursinus College professor dies • Eternal schism • WSGA spoke at meeting • MSGA penalizes water battlers • A Don's one word more • Collegeville-Trappe story: A brief history • 14 racketmen out to better '54 court log • Femme scribe views Spring a la sports • Jane Skinner '55 is swimming captain • Batsmen blast Albright 6 to 1; Ehlers fans 8 in mound debut • Siebmen lose to PMC 2-1; Edge Johns Hopkins 7-5 • Dawkins, Paolone co-captains; Padula cited most valuable • Sports scribe scans cinders, baseball bits • Miss Snell's softballers hit Swarthmore April 28 • Intramurals begin today on diamonds • "Ace" Bailey announces names of 17 lettermen • Soph hop success • Letters to the editor • Debating team boasts a winning percentage • Irish scholarship qualifications told • May Day practice schedule

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, May Day Pageant, Mary Lou Williams, Music Club, French Club, Robert G. Davis, Curtain Club, Meistersingers, Kermit Schoonover, Willard P. Shepard, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Spirit Committee, William Wright, Bruce Holcomb, Pat Burns, Marilyn Welsh, YMCA, YWCA, Jack Matlaga, Phil How, Chet Frankenfield, College band, sororities, Junior prom, Jean Walker, Chi Alpha Society, student government, honor system, Carl Vernon Tower, Stine Hall, Trappe, tennis, softball, swimming, Jane Skinner, baseball, Art Ehlers, wrestling, Al Paolone, Ed Dawkins, Dick Padula, track team, Paul Neborak, intramural sports, Everett M. Bailey, debating club, Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Society


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 53, Number 17.

Roland Dedekind, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 12, 1954



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