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MSGA discusses plagiarism case; Decision rejected • Primary Wed. for M.S.G.A. class officers • Y presidents name cabinet • Sororities elect officers for coming year, 1953-54 • Nominees announced for Curtain Club elections, May 6 • Chem society plans banquet; Officers to be announced • New head waiters chosen • Ursinus-Albright exchange program hears students • Armstrong, Walker are chosen Ruby editors • Pageant, play highlight May Day weekend plans • New MSGA members to be installed, Monday • Retreat combines fun and worship • Doctors speak to pre-meders • Alumni address economics, political science classes • Editorials: Art at last! • Has "book-burning" begun? • Medical schools report on grads • An open letter praises life in a co-ed college • Belles defeat Rosemont, 4-1 • Experience aids Jayvee tennis • Jayvee court team wins, 4-1 • Trackmen drop trio meet; Lehigh routs Bears, 91-34 • Moravian tops tennis team • Softball team wins over Albright, 35-6 • Ball team wins, 18-4, 4-3; Loses 2-1 to Moravian • Women's Club to sponsor tour of historic county homes • Meistersingers close season

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, student government, plagiarism, YMCA, YWCA, sororities, Curtain Club, Beardwood Chemical Society, Ruby, Bob Armstrong, Maxine Walker, Jay Kern, Harry Hance, wait staff, May Day pageant, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, J. T. Appleton, N. B. Williams, Norman Roberts, Jay Holder, Canterbury Club, Chess Club, Tideland Oil, tennis, track team, softball, baseball, Meistersingers, Women's Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 52, Number 20.

Mary Jane Allen, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 4, 1953



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