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Derstine promoted to associate editor • Male students elect ten men to serve as 1949 student council representatives • Armstrong selected most popular prof • Curtain Club elects Tischler president • Kimes and Drummer named to head dining room staff • "Life" comes to life; photos Ursinus coeds • Honorary degrees to be given to six • "Who's who" member listed to speak at seventy-eighth annual commencement • Dr. Dobbs Ehlman to speak at baccalaureate service • Rosicrucians elect Pechter as president for new year • History prize for women established by Dr. White • Love letters lack punch? Read this! • Men's May pageant loaded with talent • Weekly discovers wizard cartoonist • Godshall-Bart look to Ursinus future • Navy offers commissions to qualified college grads • Trackmen second in triangular meet • Bears trim Fords 12-2 behind steady hurling by Landes • Curtis holds lead as loop nears end • Bears stopped cold by Greyhound nine • Coeds continue win streak by downing Main Line lassies • Kennedy, R. Binder cop track crowns • Coeds bow to Quakerettes; victors in only one event • Beaver trips women golfers 5-0 • Landes pitches, bats diamond squad to 12-0 whitewash of Juniata Indians • Fords trim bruins 9-0 in tennis battle • Girls jayvee team defeats Bryn Mawr in hitting fray • AVC elects Stein chairman; discusses plans for fall • Dr. Philp serves as judge of New England festivals • '51 renames three leaders; Thalheimer to hold money • Office releases statement affecting school veterans • "Y" officers name commission heads • Program listed by grads for Alumni Day on May 29

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 47, Number 24.

Ray Warner, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 17, 1948



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