Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Jack Westerhoff elected assistant head waiter • Y officers begin duties at retreat • Honor system advances • Meistersingers present last scheduled concert • Tilton Barron to transfer to Clark Univ. • Pi Gamma Mu honors 11 with membership • The real "Man who came" • May Day festivities will be held this Saturday • Eugene P. Bertin spoke to F.T.A. • Dr. Rice presents model "O" train display in Library • Band will present twilight concert at Ursinus May Day • Rosicrucians elect officers for 1954-55 • Your obligation • Letter to the editor • Pre-med story • Average student • Professor says • Collegeville-Trappe story: Today • Batsmen still roll on glory road; Track injuries plague Eshbach, Ruth • Bryn Mawr defeats tennisettes by 3-2 • UC Varsity Club to fete outstanding senior athlete • Ehlers edges powerful Delaware, 2-1: Art wins 4th on 7 hitter; Slotter hurls 3rd shutout • Brodbeck I, Curtis II softballers lead interdorm diamond pack • Racketgals cop 5-0 court win in straight sets • Albright falls tennis victim to Ursinus, 6-3 • Lehigh takes 12 firsts; Crush tracksters 92-33

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 53, Number 19.

Roland Dedekind, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 3, 1954



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