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Emery Nelson speaks to large gathering on marriage problems • Marjorie Coy and Lois Wilson chosen queen of juniors' "Southern Garden" • Ursinus to enter debate tournament: Philadelphia Inquirer to give silver trophy to winning team • Registrar announces scholarship winners • Honorary society taps four members at prom • M. Coy, J. Heal picked for 'Spring Again' parts • Ursinus Women's Club to hold card party in library, May 18 • Former army doctor addresses pre-medical society tonight • Ursinus group conducts census of foreign students in U.S.A • Curtain Club group to present one act play in near future • Coeds to present "The Candy Shop" on traditional Parents' Day, May 25 • Men debate Penn, Muhlenberg on free trade, military training • Pageant parts bring coeds new personalities • Coeds triumph over Garnet & White, 4-1 in second victory of softball team • Coeds defeat Albright in opening tennis tilt • Moravian 8-0 victor as errors cost bears second straight loss • Twelve men to enter Middle Atlantic meet • Bears avert shut out in last inning as Dickinson hands batmen 12-2 defeat • Girls lose opening matches in intercollegiate tennis meet
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Emery Nelson, YMCA, YWCA, Cub & Key Society, debating team, Curtain Club, Women's Club, Clarence Livingood, May Day pageant, softball, baseball, tennis, track team
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Rathgeb, Jane and Schoeppe, Carol, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 6, 1946" (1946). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 677.
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