Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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"Phila. Story" to be presented May 8, 9 & 10 • Pre-meds elect officers • Y cabinet assumes duties at retreat • Music Club to hold elections tomorrow • Inter-sorority group holds annual party • Students will be charged for all overdue library books • Music Club to give concert • WSGA endorses removal of posters • New "Lantern" head selected by staff • Dan Giangiulio is elected new president of MSGA • Final plans set for May Day pageant, campus activities • Future teachers to hear talk Tuesday • Ludwig receives prize from chemical institute • Bus. Ad. club reorganizes; Bennett elected president • New Selective Service test scheduled to be given May 22 • Editorials: More pride needed; Super-patriots gag opinion • Spirit group meets to plan program for next year • Chess club loses match • Letters to the editor • German Club elects Owens • Junior-Sophomore weekend held • Pinned • Engagements • Many infected by senioritus • May pageants present queen in many guises • Parting seniors reveal one last desire • Hal Feist hurls seven-hit victory over Swarthmore • Girls net team gains shutout win • Delaware trounces Bears 10 to 3 with 15-hit attack • Cinder men rout Cadets, lose to Lehigh runners • Girls' tennis team beats Stroudsburg 4-1 • Gellman elected to captain 1953 wrestling squad • Moravian beats Ursinus; Bears leave 15 on base • Stolen gloves halt intramural games • Y retreaters spend enjoyable weekend

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 51, Number 22.

Sarah Canan, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 5, 1952



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