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Y plans activities at week-end retreat; lists fireside chats • Justice chosen president of men's student council • May pageant scheduled for Saturday afternoon • Thespians to stage "Junior miss" here thrice this week • Women cast ballots for frosh customs • British professor talks before Y commission • Frosh will sponsor semi-formal dance • Dr. Mattern speaks at vesper service • IRC hears address on U.S. - Soviet relations • Givler and Bare elected '51 "Ruby" co-editors • Pre-med society to have election of officers at noon tomorrow • Scheirer named FTA president • Preceptresses are girls' "second mothers" • Teachers are given employment data in federal report • Bill Beemer chosen assistant regional director of the ICG • Theater: "The Will of St. James" • Former Yankee to speak at Varsity Club banquet • Bears lose to Moravian; whip Fords second time • Spencer twirls no-hit, no-run softball opener • Cinder squad splits pair with Cadets and Lehigh • Tennis team swamped in Swarthmore match • Garnet edges belles 3-2; Vadner, Woodruff win • Golfers drop pair to strong opponents

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Floyd Justice, student government, Tom Davis, YMCA, YWCA, May Day pageant, freshmen customs, Charles D. Mattern, Kenneth Brooks, International Relations Club, Ruby, Nancy Bare, Aubre Givler, Paul Scheirer, alumni, William Beemer, Jean Fredericks, Curtain Club, Henry L. Haines, Varsity Club, Marguerite Spencer, softball, baseball, track team, tennis, golf


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 49, Number 22.

WIllard Wetzel, editor-in-chief

The Ursinus Weekly, May 8, 1950



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