Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Ruth Reed is prom queen; Cub and Key taps four • Girls elect class representatives to WSGA and WAA • Y plans retreat for this weekend • Students pick MSGA men for next year • Navy man to be here tomorrow • New presidents elected for WAA, WSGA and Y • Day study girls pick new officers • Audience enjoys laughs at show • French Club to hold banquet • Classes elect officers for coming year • Spirit Committee chooses Armstrong as new chairman • Norristown Chemical Society to sponsor April 28 program • Pi Gamma Mu holds banquet • Editorials: Suggestion; Spinoza and Truman; U.S. has war attitude • Letters to the editor • Professor evaluation plan aired by poll • Engagements • TV professors make camera debuts; Thus, the educated housewife • Attention, girls: This may be last leap year! • Anderson hits grand slam as Bears whip F&M 12-7 • Girls' tennis team defeats Swarthmore • Large group out for softball squad • Haverford beats Ursinus behind hurling of Wurster • Brodbeck shares lead with Stine • Ursinus blanked by Bryn Mawr, 5-0 • Rain cancels two diamond contests • Intramural crown captured by 944 • Mud-splattered track and rain mars Penn relays • Girls' net squad drops first match • Temple University alumni honors Lt. Gov. L. H. Wood April 26 • Dr. C. D. Yost honored by PA. college English group • Music Club thanks director

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, student government, Ruth Reed, Cub and Key society, YMCA, YWCA, Navy, International Relations Club, French Club, Business Administration club, Spirit Committee, Bob Armstrong, Beardwood Chemical Society, Pi Gamma Mu, engagements, Calvin D. Yost, Eugene H. Miller, John Anderson, baseball, tennis, softball, Charles Wurster, intramural sports, track team, Music club, Curtain club, Lloyd H. Wood


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 51, Number 21.

Sarah Canan, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 28, 1952



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