Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Bill LeKernec to edit next year's "Lantern" • Sororities elect new officers, plan events • Varsity banquet tonight • W. A. A. holds election • Y members plan 1951-52 activities at camp retreat • Campus ready for May Day; Pageant, play to be big events • Professors tackle broad questions in first panel • YM-YW name cabinet, heads of commission • Graduation announcements available to seniors • Students cast primary votes for officers • Election of Curtain Club officers listed • Chi Alpha to elect • Editorials: System a success • Making of foreign policy • Letters to the editor • Three officials embroiled • Ursinus mentioned in "Gramercy Ghost" • May Day histories reveal variety of festivities • "Weekly" scribe sheds light on life of famous Ursinus College athlete • Local lassies win 4-1 over Rosemont • Interfraternity track meet to begin this Wednesday • Temple women defeat local tennis squad on May 2 • Cindermen win as Eshbach, Scheirer and Loomis are double winners • Bears capitalize on four hits to beat Garnet • Moravian, Elizabethtown suffer as netmen extend streak to four • Ursinus enters three in intercollege tennis • Bearettes shut-out Albright squad • Lincoln nine halts rally to defeat Grizzlies, 6 to 3 • Curtis clinches first place slots in both leagues • Women's softball team defeats Drexel, Temple • Forum speaker tells of Turkey's position • Dr. Rice invited to Washington for Atlantic Union Conference • Ann Knaur elected President of French Club • Rec center party planned • Women day students hold senior dinner • Supper tickets on sale • Chess Club ends successful season • Shaw named prexy

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 23.

Mary Yost, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 7, 1951



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