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Students elect Hartzel, Hall, Ely, Landis: Women's government, YM-YWCA, WAA choose new organization heads • Drs. Armstrong, Mattern, Baker to be speakers • Pa. Dutch film scheduled for benefit show • Nancy Bare and Jackie Keller to share big "Arsenic" role • Six juniors receive Cub and Key memberships for outstanding work • Lantern deadline set for Friday • Barbara Crawford crowned queen of Junior Prom; 4 attendants named • Editorials: Nominations open; Voting results analyzed • French situation reversed • Truman vs MacArthur • Letters to the editor • "Weekly" back issues yield untold wealth of pertinent advertisements • Recordak machine aids in library efficiency • Posting of exams recalls looming fate of students • Baseball field dedicated in honor of Dr. John Price • Girls' tennis team downs Swarthmore for second victory • Curtis takes lead in intramural loop • Netmen lose opener to Haverford; Girls triumph over Chestnut Hill, 4-1 • Bears defeat Pharmacy to gain initial triumph, 14-5 • Bears defeat Haverford for second victory, 7-5 • Tennis team wins first court game • Cumpstone breaks own javelin mark as Grizzlies lose • Curtain Club levies charge for using stage materials • Freshmen, Sophs announce picnic at Island Grove • Blood donors must register, get permission if under-age • Dr. Phillips reads unknown Kipling short story to group • Curtain Club to elect • Varsity Club show ready for production Friday night • Red Cross to sponsor water safety instructor's course • Seniors plan picnic • French Club gives recital featuring pianists, vocalists • Newman Club film slated • Nels Fellman elected head of Delta Pi Sigma frat

Publication Date

4-23-1951

Publisher

Ursinus College

City

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Keywords

Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, student government, YMCA, YWCA, Women's Athletic Association, Jane Hartzel, Molly Hall, Barbara Landis, Jay Ely, Curtain Club, Maurice Armstrong, Charles Mattern, Donald G. Baker, Pennsylvania Dutch, Charles Noss, Cub and Key Society, Lantern, Junior Prom, Barbara Crawford, France, Douglas MacArthur, Library, baseball, John Price, tennis, intramural sports, track team, Clem Cumpstone, Red Cross, William J. Phillips, Varsity Club, French Club, Newman Club, Delta Pi Sigma

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Disciplines

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

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 21.

Mary Yost, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 23, 1951

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