Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Students to pick White House favorite; Stassen, Vandenberg groups organized • Crowning of queen and spring play feature varied May Day program • Dippel voted prexy by class of 1950 • Poll shows opinion of Weekly readers • Dr. Weygandt speaks on famous Irish poet • Cheyney students visit Ursinus to participate in YM-YW panel • Board suggests WNAR hookup • College "supply" is favorite hangout of many students • Women conduct elections for 1949 representatives • IRC elects Burt Landes as prexy • Softballers maintain pace by thumping Albright, 14-1 • Soph class earns intra-mural crown in cinder tourney • Don Stauffer's hurling paces bruins to 4-1 triumph over Chester Cadets • Track team gains win by downing PMC 88-38 • Coeds whitewash Albright to even season's record • Thirty YM-YWCA members attend retreat at Unami • F&M outhits bears to win 14-11 fracas • Softballers chalk up third win by trouncing Swarthmore 20-1 • Bears bow to Swarthmore prowess on tennis court • Garnet coeds trip golfers, 4-1

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 47, Number 22.

Ray Warner, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 3, 1948



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