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Censorship cancels April fool issue • Debaters finish second in Ben Franklin tourney • Terror and humor to occupy evening of thespian talent • "Weekly" editors cancel year's plans following last minute faculty demand • Betty Rilling pens winning May script for Ursinus coeds • Imre Kovacs urges Christian standards in Tuesday address • Should faculty exert control on "Weekly"? • R. Mack named Bus Ad prexy; Gradwohl, McMillan get offices • Magazine names Ursinus in list of representative good colleges • Athletic Association to present annual minstrel show April 19 • Drummer and Schultz selected as headwaiters for coming year • "Weekly" offers fin to author of letter • "Gaff", poll voted most controversial • Curtis scores close win in gala intramural night • Dennis named head of 1950 golf team; six matches carded • Softball belles aim to maintain record as five vets return • Fifteen man squad lifts coach's hopes for winning season • Cox bows in AAU quarter-finals; Fords trip bruin nine 2-0 • Track vets sparkle in practice session with West Chester • Haverford's Heberton hurls two-hitter; error costly for pitcher Ron Landes • Two letter winners, hopeful rookies vie for coed net spots • Coeds end schedule with decisive wins in hoop, pool tilts • Tischler, Harris cop leads in spring play • New 'Weekly' heads to be introduced at annual banquet

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, humor, satire, censorship, Curtain Club, debating team, college rankings, Imre Kovacs, Betty Rilling, May Day pageant, Russell Mack, Business Administration Club, Manfred Drummer, Don Schultz, Women's Athletic Association, alumni, intramural sports, basketball, softball, Foster L. Dennis, golf, Jim Cox, wrestling, track team, baseball, tennis, swimming, Curtain Club, Fred Tischler, Bernice Harris


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 19.

Ray Warner, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 11, 1949



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