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Ursinus to acquire fad of lettuce box by Chatlos, Carson • Pageant, play to highlight annual May Day events • "Weekly" board selects Leeming as '49-'50 editor • News writer wins mention for essay in national contest • Parliament speaker ends forum season with British theme • WSGA sets banquet to install officers • Lincoln group plans Y vespers program • Hospitality crew set to serve visitors over gala week-end • Junior class to elect officers Wednesday for last college year • MSGA schedules elections for class representatives • Dressler to address pre-meds on tuberculosis at last meeting • Weekly takes peek at past and future of collegiate male • Ursinus claims Missouri pianist • Ursinus bows 80-46; Kennedy sets record • Bearettes win 15-2 in three hit game against Bryn Mawr • Bears trip F&M 7-3 as Stauffer hurls • Bruins drop close meet with Albright speedsters • Netmen fail to win in two more tries • Rain causes delay in campus softball; four games played • Ursinus selects Spangler to assist coaching staff • Links squad bows to Garnet, Albright • Bears elect to join grid hall of fame • Curtain rings down on last group play • Freshmen produce atmosphere with moonlight mood props

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, student government, May Day pageant, Fred Nicholls, YMCA, YWCA, Joseph Champion, Otterbin Dressler, Tom McKenzie, alumni, track team, softball, baseball, Harry Spangler, tennis, golf, Curtain Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 23.

Betty Leeming, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 9, 1949



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