Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Juniors schedule prom, show for this weekend • Operetta "Sari" judged to be great success • Chem group plans April 28 program • Lit. readings held • Juniors, sophomores plan activities for May 2, 3 • Loyalty forms needed for civil service jobs • Meeker awarded fellowship • Spirit group meets to plan for next year • Speaker tells of life in Africa and Pakistan • Annual campus elections to take place tomorrow • Member of Board of Directors dies • Intersorority Council plans freshmen party • French Club to give movie • Herber awarded fellowship • Group Four to give play on April 22 • Frat president elected • Editorials: Get out and vote; A question; Presidential race changing • Letters to the editor • Request made to form Eisenhower Club • Lampeter hurls eight hit victory over Temple, 6-3 • Mermaids choose future captains • Track team drops first dual meet to Haverford • Netmen lose in first outing • Engagements • Diocese president elected

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 51, Number 20.

Sarah Canan, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 21, 1952



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