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Political struggles decided at polls: Gene Greenburg heads Curtain Club for '55; Bill Stout named new Beardwood prexy; Class, MSGA contests feature close voting • Open scholarship winners announced • Five newcomers join Alpha Psi • Weekly editors interviewed • U.C. men may question aviation cadet team, Thursday • Y officers to be installed at special service Wednesday • Wright, Rack star in "The Man..." • Chi Alpha to plan picnic at special meeting Wed. • 4 sororities tell officers • Thursday night elections to end Music Club year • Vanderslice delegate to industrial council • Editorials • Letters to the editor • Coed with conflicts asks: "What are we to do?" • Just thoughts • Bomberger host to initial May Day band concert • May Day pageant received under cloudy skies heartily • Church college offers special advantages • Professor says • Collegeville-Trappe story: Industries • Eshbach's 25.0 in 220 lows snaps his UC hurdle mark • Belles nip Rosemont 3-2; Connie Cross unbowed • Two run rally in eighth gives Drexel 3-2 win • Bears lose to Swarthmore national tennis power, 8-1 • Batgal rally gains 8-7 triumph over W. Chester; Taylor wins • Ricky Bauser to play against British lacrosse squad • Netgals crush Temple foe 4-1; JVs win 5-0 • Knabe's homer, "Ors" shutout top intramurals • Bruin tracksters mauled in 3-way cinder contest • WSGA, WAA representatives chosen; Soph rulers named
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Dedekind, Roland; Killheffer, Mary Louise; Armstrong, Robert E.; Kershner, A. G.; Dawkins, Ed; Bowman, Dick; and Fellows, Floyd, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 10, 1954" (1954). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 497.
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