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Stassen triumphs in school election; Vandenberg is winner of faculty poll • Men nominated for student govt. posts • Male students approve new constitution, vote student government reinstatement • Cold fails to daunt spirit of May Day • Installation planned for WSG members • Play cast exhibits variety of talent • Sororities choose '48-'49 officers • Pre-med society elects Morehead 1949 president • Debaters tie for 3d place in Ben Franklin tourney • Chess team ends season with loss to Swarthmore • Supply store boss is favorite with campus students • Varsity magazine offers advice for all dancing males • Brotherhood elects '49 officers; hears Ursinus grad at banquet • IRC commentator • What's wrong with college baseball? • Cricket eleven prepares for match with Haverford • Bearettes wallop Temple 5-0 for second net victory • Lehigh cindermen trim bruins 73-51 • Bear nine thumps hapless Swarthmore 18-8 before chilled May Day throng • McCausland, Trout win as Garnet stops bears • Curtis dominates league; Dippel, MacQueen set pace • Vadner, Frick, Greenwood compete in tennis finals • Kennedy elected president by Varsity Club members • Netmen whitewash victims of superior E-town foe • Campus cats wax six discs; sales top "Nature boy" • Editors of Weekly visit Muhlenberg for rebirth of INA • Local athletes are given awards at varsity banquet

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, May Day, Mary Carter, pre-legal society, student government, Curtain Club, sororities, pre-medical society, debating team, chess team, supply store, Frank Hartman, alumni, baseball, tennis, track team, George Kennedy, Varsity Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 47, Number 23.

Ray Warner, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 10, 1948



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