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Nominations made for YM, MSG heads; men students to ballot on Thursday • Dr. N. McClure names Kurt Wieneke coach of football, wrestling • D. Marple elected WSGA president; other organization leaders chosen • N. Mancini to play for prom on May 2 • Orders for corsages taken until May 2 • Model UN attracts forty-one colleges; Ursinus attends • Pageant based on nutcracker suite selected for May 10 • Princeton captures debating crown at annual tournament • Hilarious show nears final rehearsals as Ronnie Sare directs Very Good Eddie • French movie to be shown • Dr. Brown to speak to pre-meds • A. Souerwine cast as "The man"; practice schedule is announced • Dr. Frey addresses German Club on topic of Pennsylvania Dutch • FTA to meet Wednesday night • J. Lownes to speak at banquet; Rosicrucians accept six members • Delegation attends model legislature • Resolution on the death of Dr. Bancroft • Attorney to address legal group • Rev. Platts addresses club • Bears trounce Haverford in opener; bow to LaSalle • Haverford tripped by bears' base-hit barrage in opener • Penn relays to test track stars in first bid to alter marks • Intramurals begin with softball tilts in campus flag race • Explorers' late rally nips bears in home contest • Softball squad prepares for opening tussle with Albright • Dr. Edgar Cale outlines background, presents aspects of U.S. foreign policy • IRC hears report on work of model United Nations' assembly • H. Conner reviews Seeing Things by J. M. Brown for English Club • Total of $146.32 received as coeds' contribution to Red Cross

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, student government, May Day pageant, Kurt Wieneke, model United Nations, Debating Club, Curtain Club, pre-medical society, Charles L. Brown, Rosicrucians, Future Teachers of America, Pennsylvania German, J. W. Frey, German Club, Joyce Lownes, William Bancroft, Edward Platts, legal society, baseball, track team, intramural sports, softball, Red Cross, Edgar Cale, International Relations Club, English Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 46, Number 19.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief

The Ursinus Weekly, April  21, 1947



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