Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Dr. Allan L. Rice confers with Senator E. Kefauver • Awards given to athletes at WAA banquet • Reading Railroad president to address Newcomen group here • WSGA installs new officers at banquet • Curtain Club elects Roberts • Bowens join honorary debating frat, Tau Kappa • Lantern issue due • Y picnic held • Dean Harry A. Cochran to address senior class • MSGA gives out concessions for 1951-52 year • Ruby to arrive shortly; Seniors plan class gift • Various campus groups hold annual elections, installations • Editorials: Backward glance • World escapism attacked; News awareness asked • Poll reveals students' plans • Seniors review elements in their past, grow maudlin as graduation approaches • Scheduling problems plague students, faculty; Difficulties cause practice teachers to groan • Softball team scores two more victories • Dickinson loses to Ursinus nine • Ursinus girls beat East Stroudsburg squad in tennis • Luckless Bruins lose to Lehigh track team • Garnet team halts Millermen's streak; LaSalle defeated, 5-4, to close season • Curtis I crowned softball champs • Cindermen place sixth in Middle Atlantics • Penn girls defeat Ursinus in tennis • Hal Henning's circuit blast beats Drew; Wild pitch defeats Delaware in eleventh • Zeta Chi takes inter-frat track • Health, welfare council meets at Ursinus; Elect new officers • Note of thanks

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Allan Lake Rice, Estes Kefauver, Women's Athletic Association, Revelle Brown, Newcomen Society, student government, Curtain Club, Fred Bowen, Tau Kappa Alpha, Lantern, YMCA, YWCA, Harry A. Cochran, Ruby, Pi Gamma Mu, Varsity Club, pre-legal society, Chess Club, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Future Teachers of America, engagements, softball, baseball, tennis, track team, intramural sports, Hal Henning, Martha Franklin


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 25.

Mary Yost, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 21, 1951



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