Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Nominations made for class, MSGA elections • Coeds elect new student council representatives • Y to organize; Retreat slated • Senior dinner planned • Professors' panel set for Wednesday night • Beemer, Mras get waiter posts • "Arsenic" rehearsal speeded up as performance nears • Varsity show called "amusing" • Turk to speak here Tuesday • Jobs open for spring graduates • Senior group works hard preparing papers for departmental honors • Editorials: Attention, W.S.G.A.! • Are we prey to science? • Important news goes unsung • Letters to the editor • One day of blood-giving leaves campus perplexed • Ursinus grad, Lloyd Wood '25, is Lt. Governor • Co-eds defeated by Bryn Mawr team; Jody Woodruff elected as tennis head • Belles win opener; Spencer fans nine • F & M track team beats Bruin cindermen, 64-62 • Ursinus baseball team defeated, 6-4; Losers held to four hits by Lehigh • Cumpstone is eighth in Penn javelin throw • Drop Albright in 5-4 net upset • Curtis holds lead in League I play • Grizzlies beat F & M nine; But lose to Elizabethtown • PA. Dutch film shown • Fresh-more frolic set • French Club plans banquet • Communion breakfast planned • Pi Gamma Mu frat holds district banquet • Lit reading Tuesday

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, student government, YMCA, YWCA, Bill Beemer, Fred Mras, wait staff, Curtain Club, Varsity Club, Marty Daniels, Nuri Eren, Lantern, Lloyd H. Wood, tennis, Joanne Woodruff, softball, track team, baseball, Clem Cumpstone, intramural sports, Pennsylvania Dutch, Charles Noss, French Club, Newman Club, Pi Gamma Mu, pre-legal society


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 22.

Mary Yost, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 30, 1951



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