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Exams speeded for army tests scheduled here • Operetta cancelled • Forum to feature archaeologist in final program • Committee heads named • "Weekly" staff named; Banquet planned • MSGA, class election system Ok'd; Women's groups nominate candidates • Fuhrman to play at Junior Prom; Queen will reign • New Cub and Key members discussed • Bloodmobile to visit Ursinus campus again • Reviewer notes variance in dramatic play-bill presented by Curtain Club • Next Lantern planned • Editorials: Broad outlook; Tribute • Y plans professors' panel • "Stolen" stone in Scotland? • Students' worries traced • Letters to the editor • Library boasts several rare books; Also Brazilian pamphlets • Friend gives 3,500 postals to college • Don't pity the campus nobody; He's "divinely happy" • Fords trounce Bears 10-4 in baseball season opener • Kramer undefeated in Inquirer tourney • Leety, Jones selected as sports aids • Coach Whiting eyes successful season for '51 tennis team • W. Helfferich takes fifth in NCAA wrestling meet • Schedule released for softball games • Varsity Club to give production • Five senior coeds play final games at Ursinus • Lions hand Grizzly nine second straight defeat 6-5 • Belles prepare for opener at Albright • May Day program progresses as committees are announced • Woman scientist to address society • Y political action group visits capitol • Rental fee for caps, gowns set for graduating class • YMCA announces nominations for 1951-1952 term offices • 4 students represent Ursinus as Yugoslavia in UN delegates • Deafness is topic of pre-med meeting • Pi Gamma Mu to vote • Glessner to speak

Publication Date

4-9-1951

Publisher

Ursinus College

City

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Keywords

Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Selective Service, Curtain Club, Rhys Carpenter, Red Cross, Cub and Key Society, student government, Lantern, Junior Prom, YMCA, YWCA, Stone of Destiny, Library, Huntington Wilson, G. B. Rogers, postcards, baseball, Jack Kramer, tennis, Jean Leety, Paul Jones, Bill Helfferich, wrestling, softball, Varsity Club, May Day pageant, Beardwood Chemical Society, Ethel I. Anderson, Lois Glessner, Pi Gamma Mu, Model United Nations, Pauline Coonel, pre-medical society

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This item is available courtesy of the Ursinus College Archives. It is not to be copied or distributed for commercial use.

Disciplines

Cultural History | Higher Education | Liberal Studies | Social History | United States History

Comments

This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 19.

Mary Yost, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 9, 1951

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