Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Robert Herber chosen for study abroad • Dramatic fraternity takes in new members • Debating Club elects • Mary MacPherson crowned May Queen before large crowd; "Arsenic" run registers success • Senior announcements available; Meeting set • Tom Davis elected MSGA president; Feulner is V. P. • Y doggie roast planned • Jay Ely chosen head of musical organizations • Classes vote for officers; Council named • Women's dorms elect new representatives • Editorials: Oaths of loyalty? • Great debate continues • Ye olde cricket game • MSGA history shows how present system developed • Sizzling, simpering sunbathers seek solar solace! • Curtis teams vie for championships • Swarthmore jayvees defeat Ursinus girls' net team, 3-2 • Bearettes trounce weak Beaver ten; Spencer fans 11 • Three records broken, another tied as Swarthmore wins triangular meet • Tennis men extend streak to five; Delaware beaten • Snell's Belles continue undefeated as they roll over Chestnut Hill, 31-2 • LaSalle pounds three "U" hurlers in 15-4 landslide • Muhlenberg diamond squad scores shutout victory over Ursinus nine • Netmen down Dragon squad • Ursinus Women's Club invited to lecture • Newman Club holds Communion, breakfast • Chi Alpha to elect

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Robert Herber, Alpha Psi Omega, debating club, May Day pageant, Mary MacPherson, Tom Davis, student government, YMCA, YWCA, Jay Ely, music club, International Relations Club, Curtain Club, cricket, engagements, intramural sports, tennis, softball, track team, baseball, Pi Gamma Mu, Chi Alpha, Women's Club, Newman Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 24.

Mary Yost, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 14, 1951



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