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New chapel system for fall to include all upper-classmen • Pageant emphasizes unity as Floy Lewis rules day • Y backs admission of European frosh • Med. society elects D. Schultz president • Cancer drive fails to reach $500 goal • Men select MacQueen new MSGA president • Coed dorms elect next year's heads • Derstine, Bare, Johnson get top 'Weekly' posts • Prize-winning '49 Ruby to arrive for distribution in dorms soon • Kauffman-Hart comedy scores success with Ursinus audiences • Garnet strength defeats bruin, Drexel tracksters • Genial coach heads grizzly cindermen • Belles' Jayvee tennis team wins 4-1 decision over Temple squad • Bruins take Albright 3-2; submit 5-4 to Haverford • Softball team stops Temple lassies 9-4 to stay undefeated • Russ Binder retains title as MA sprint champion • Playoffs due soon in campus softball • Ursinus loses 9-0 on Albright courts • Belle's court squad achieves initial win • Golfers triumph over Moravian; bow to Delaware's Blue Hens • Chandler to meet Brazil's Dutra • Chess Club elects Johnson prexy • Tau Sig elects future officers • Kaimer to be Kappa Delta head

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Floy Lewis, May Day pageant, chapel attendance, Ray MacQueen, student government, Don Schultz, pre-medical society, YMCA, YWCA, Ruby, Curtain Club, Ray Gurzynski, track team, tennis, baseball, softball, Russ Binder, golf, Charles Lyon Chandler, Wes Johnson, Tau Sigma Gamma


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 24.

Betty Leeming, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 16, 1949



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