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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Yost, Mary; McKey, Richard; Neborak, Anne; Graf, Jonni; Jordan, Robert; Schweitzer, Irene; Hallstrom, David; Leety, Jean; Foster, Roy; and Fellman, Nelson M. Jr., "The Ursinus Weekly, May 21, 1951" (1951). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 569.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 25.
Mary Yost, editor-in-chief.