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Cancer drive opens on Ursinus campus to fill urgent need • Cub and Key receives seven juniors • Club 49 announces re-opening April 29 with Louie manager • Annual tapping honors campus leaders at butterfly ball • British labor man to address forum on labor movement • Men's government okays concessions in student business • Thespians to depict individualists' life in May production • Steele to consider scripture reliability • Warren takes lead in May Day frolic • ICG delegates to visit capital, observe legislature in action • Relax, reflect in record room • What would you demand of your ideal woman? • Darkie ensemble whams fellow students in deluge of cracks and various routines • Adair blanks bruin nine; Explorers explode at bat • Spring inaugurates interdorm softball • Baseballers break losing jinx; Russ Binder sets new record • Quay pitches brilliantly in relief role; Leander leads batsmen with four hits • Sprint star runs '100' in 9.8 seconds as bruins bow to Haverford 79-47 • Softballers win 11-0 in exhibition game with Garnet coeds • Coach Dennis hopes to rejuvenate golf for '49 campaign • Muddy courts delay opening of season with Elizabethtown • Belated tennis season begins; Meet Bryn Mawr on Wednesday • Juniors crown Neill queen of evening at '49 butterfly ball

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Cub and Key society, Junior prom, pre-medical society, Arthur Joseph Champion, student government, Curtain Club, Francis Steele, Connie Warren, May Day pageant, library, alumni, Women's Athletic Association, Dick Adair, baseball, Russ Binder, softball, track team, Foster L. Dennis, golf, tennis


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 21.

Ray Warner, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 25, 1949



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