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Bruins rally to topple Greyhounds, 8-7, for fourth victory: Bears record third successive triumph as eleventh-inning run trips Moravian • Thespians offer Moss Hart comedy; gymnasium site of year's last play • Cub and Key honors seven more "U" men with membership • New council elects J. Dahlman to fill presidential post • Author to discuss U.S. labor at forum • Gala junior dance marks return of the promenade • Dorm elections held for forthcoming year • May Day activities to be featured by crowning of queen • Sophomores elect R. Reid to class president post • Cancer authority to address pre-medical society tomorrow • "Dr. Saylor" renders critique on music • Brodbeck leading intra-mural league; Buckner unbeaten • Grizzlies chalk up 45 1/2 points, place second in Mule meet • Tennis team launches season by downing Moravian easily, 6-2 • Tyson quits as tennis coach; chaplain Wallick to succeed • Cindermen trounce PMC aggregation; Turner bruin star • Girls' softball teams romps to easy win over Albright • Golfers defeated in first match • C. Schwantes speaks on problems of life at religious program • Rev. Platts leads prayer study at meeting of Canterbury Club • Leroy Grabenstein to replace Lois Williams as IRC president • D. Evans named FTA president
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, baseball, student government, John Dahlman, Cub and Key Society, Curtain Club, Eduard Lindeman, May Day, Richard Reid, pre-medical society, alumni, track team, tennis, Charles Wallick, George R. Tyson, softball, golf, Charles Schwantes, International Relations Club, Future Teachers of America, Dean Evans, Edward Platts, Canterbury Club
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Juppe, Robert; Todd, Roy; and Burton, John, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 5, 1947" (1947). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 659.
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