Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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WSGA to install officers at banquet on Thursday • Sororities hold dances, elections • Ruby selects photographer • College physician, famous coach, dies • WAA gives banquet • Bus. Ad. club takes poll • Queen and court reign at May Day pageant • Commencement, Baccalaureate speakers announced • Rosicrucians to entertain new members • Curtain Club, Alpha Psi elect new presidents • Four fraternities pick new officers • Voegler to speak at Pottstown • Campus groups hold annual elections: IRC, FTA, French Club • Queen to be on TV • Editorials: Good idea; Class struggle; Capitalistic noise and smoke • Class of 1952 is invited to Alumni Association dinner • "Phila. Story" is grand success • Alumni group plans banquet • Pinned • Ursinus routs Pharmacy with twenty run splurge • Snell's Belles win in opener • Feist hurls five hitter, Bears rout Drexel, 9-4 • Physics Department develops film loops for better teaching • Famous columnist and editor speaks to FTA • Plans of '52 graduates reveal varied interests • Elizabethtown wins with eight run inning, 10 to 3 • Belles trounce West Chester • Men's tennis squad victor • JV softball team whips Drexel 8-3 • Ursinus cinder men lose close meet to Albright • Ursinus finishes second in track • Y plans hot dog roast for May 14 • Marine representative speaks • Engagement • Marriage

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 51, Number 23.

Sarah Canan, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 12, 1952



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