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Bruins trip 'Fords for sixth success; Ross notches win • WSGA installs officers at dinner for women • Class of '48 names A. Simons, D. Helms to fill top offices • Ruby show offers eye-filling co-eds in modeling roles • AVC aims delivered by Mr. William Batt • Y conducts weekend of fellowship, planning • Alpha Psi Omega welcomes six Curtain Club initiates • Annex man to head next year's sophs • FBI agent addresses students • Varsity Club slates Wednesday banquet • Last FTA program features discussion of Horace Mann • Language clubs elect officers • Choral group picks officers at final business meeting • Fifty hear Messiah recordings • Penn softball team routed as Erma Keyes whiffs ten • Cheyney choir will present concert here on Wednesday • Cricket team to meet 'Fords • Group hears Mr. J. M. Hohlfeld • Netmen bow to 'Fords; succumb to Drexel, 8-1 • Drexel nine rallies to trip bruins, 7-4; locals err thrice • Garnet, Drexel top bears in tri-meet • Brodbeck, Curtis tied for softball loop lead • Golfers beaten, 9-0, by strong Blue Hens • Thin-clads score at Rutgers • Women golfers mace S-more; are whitewashed by Beaver, 5-0 • H. Anderson's hitting features 11-1 softball win over B. Mawr • Girls' tennis team wins, 4-1 • Educator speaks at club dinner • Prof. has two articles published
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Juppe, Robert; Todd, Roy; and Turner, Walter, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 19, 1947" (1947). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 660.
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