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Frosh, sophs, and Y offer varied weekend activities • General Synod to meet at Ursinus this summer • Expert to lecture here on Tuesday for IRC discussion • Curtain Club gives play this Tuesday; authored by Swan • Schmidt is chosen new Lantern editor • Women elect WAA and WSGA leaders • Eleven Y posts filled by YW-YM presidents • May Day play gets finishing touches • WSGA completes year with important activity • Y panel censures both scientist and layman • Dreschler elected pre-legal head • Gross chosen moderator • Tait to address pre-med society • Files reveal origin of May Day fetes • Y committee directs campus tours for visitors to Ursinus • Bomberger and Baxter are named head waiters • Future lawyers warned of poor job prospects • Munson speaks on law to pre-legal members • Alumni group to feast seniors at May dinner • Theater: Margetson in "Clutterbuck" • Six Ursinus track men compete in Penn relays • Tennis elucidated by Weekly writer; emphasizes scoring • Linksmen lose 9-0 to Blue Hen squad • Injury-riddled cindermen fall to diplomats 88-38 • Bears bow to Garnet 8-6 in eleven inning contest • 'Ruby' arrives this week; deficit faces senior class • Mattern to speak at vespers

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Tom Swan, Curtain Club, General Synod, Marshall D. Shulman, Lantern, Emile Schmidt, YMCA, YWCA, student government, May Day pageant, Roger Dreschler, pre-legal society, Edwin F. Tait, Joe Gross, Tom Davis, alumni, Daniel Bomberger, Willard Baxter, Townsend Munson, baseball, Dick Cherry, Harry Light, Hap Hallinger, track team, tennis, golf, Ruby, Charles D. Mattern


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 49, Number 21.

Willard Wetzel, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 1, 1950



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