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Committee selects YMCA nominees; Profs speak Wed. • May Day pageant has monthly theme • Ursinus entertains Hi-Y • Weekly staff hears C. Lee • Curtain Club prepares for Spring production • Dr. C. L. Chandler heard as speaker at IRC banquet • Fotine to play for Jr. dance • "High class stuff" to be given by junior class, April 17-18 • Candidates revealed for WSGA, WAA, YWCA • Iranian diplomat speaks to forum • Model UN held at Cornell; Dr. Miller advises committee • 35 students eligible to join Pi Gamma Mu • WAA card party tonight • Editorials: Procedure is important • Fry's play well done by Curtain Club group • Dinner dances planned at sorority meetings • Boys' quartet visits Temple • Letters to the editor • Mixed marriages • Juniors adopt new policies in prom plans • For all young lovers on rainy Spring days, suggested: Exciting tour through Pfahler Hall • Freidlin, Syvertsen elected basketball, swimming captains; Belles fall to Temple and defeat boys in thrillers • Kenny captains men's tennis • Swett leads track team; Eshbach, Weaver return • Boyd and Rittenhouse captain girls' tennis • Intramural wins to Derr, Ehlers • Baseball season opens; Veterans bolster team • Meistersingers give concert, plan program for April 23

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, YMCA, YWCA, May Day pageant, Canterbury Club, Charles Lee, Curtain Club, Charles Lyon Chandler, International Relations Club, Larry Fotine, student government, Women's Athletic Association, Nasrollah Fatemi, Model United Nations, Eugene H. Miller, Pi Gamma Mu, sororities, junior prom, Pfahler Hall, Joanne Friedlin, basketball, Bev Syvertsen, swimming, tennis, Ed Dawkins, Bob Swett, track team, Dick Eschbach, Jack Weaver, Adele Boyd, Audrey Rittenhouse, intramural sports, baseball, Meistersingers


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 52, Number 17.

Mary Jane Allen, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 13, 1953



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