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Junior prom to highlight week's social calendar • Forum to present prominent explorer for monthly event • Students select leaders for WSGA, WAA, and Y • Senator to address PAC Wednesday • IRC group attends model UN assembly • French club plans April piano recital • ICG members help draft constitution • Scientists to participate in Y-sponsored panel • Practices continue for spring comedy • Board names six to Weekly editorial staff • Commission to discuss admittance of Negroes • 'Waltz dream' scores hit with Ursinus audiences • P.A.C. visits Washington on annually planned trip • Swedish books add variety to library language shelves • Alumnus suggests constitution change for alumni group • Three men and a rebel tour southland as vacation interrupts semester work • Ursinus welcomes new dance band • Grizzly nine tours south; trip is judged successful • Rampaging grizzlies open season with pair of wins • Tennis belles open against Bryn Mawr • Nine veterans back for softball season • Stine and Shreiner win men's, girls' intramurals • Gurzynski is named head football coach for 1950 • Annex wins honors on intramural night • Garris' pageant selected for '50 May Day theme

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 49, Number 19.

Willard Wetzel, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 17, 1950



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