Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Ed Abramson elected prexy by thespians • Spirit Committee to hold election • Ursinus debaters triumph over LaSalle team, on FEPC • J. Alfred Kaye to speak at commencement, June 1 • Clubs elect 1953-54 heads • Cast receives high praise for "Two blind mice" production • New Y cabinet installed Sunday; Dance planned • Day Study elections decide new officers • Ruth Reed is May queen; Crowned under sunny sky • Seniors win study awards • Quartets present program, Tuesday • MSGA elections to be held Tuesday • Career offer for grads • Freshmen women elect soph rulers; Nesta Lewis to head committee • Editorials: But who shall decide? • Letters to the editor • Time machine • Mr. all-college visits U.C. and finds a way of life • To all happy drivers: We struggle for survival • Rittenhouse places in intercollegiates • Taylor hurls one-hitter; Belles defeat Beaver, 3-2 • PMC tops tracksters; Bears win 880, discus • Tennis team wins; Tops Albright, 5-4 • Baseball team wins, 5-4; Burger, Anderson star • Swarthmore wins meet 76-50; Swett, Eshbach win again • Sororities close year with dinner dances, shore trips

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Ed Abramson, Curtain Club, Spirit Committee, debating club, J. Alfred Kaye, Beardwood Chemical Society, Future Teachers of America, Pi Gamma Mu, Meistersingers, Canterbury Club, Women's Day Study, YMCA, YWCA, Ruth Reed, May Day pageant, student government, barber shop quartets, rules and customs, Chi Alpha Society, Newman Club, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Audrey Rittenhouse, Polly Taylor, softball, track team, tennis, baseball, John Anderson, Bill Burger, Bob Swett, Dick Eshbach, French Club, sororities


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 52, Number 21.

Mary Jane Allen, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 11, 1953



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