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Ursinus team ties for second place in debate contest • Committee announces women nominated for organization officers • Dramatic club to present "Spring Again" starring John Ulmer and Susan Bellis • Students to schedule summer term courses with faculty, advisors • Men to give pageant take-off; May queen will be kept secret • Student to file applications for self-help positions • Frosh to feature Clyde Walton at semi-formal, June 1 • Crowning of Betty Conlin to highlight pageant of Candyland fantasy, Saturday • Group to discuss merger bill • Dr. J Flight to address vespers on the old book in a new world • Practice teachers finish work • Varsity hockey team elects Doris J. Hobensack captain • JV scores 9 runs before Owls close game in 5th inning • First deck Curtis tops intramural softball after one week's play • Trackmen take second as 6 Ursinus men place in three-college meet • Ursinus coeds drop game to Owlettes for first set-back in softball history • Tennis team tramples East Stroudsburg, 5-0, in fourth straight win • Former student receives credit for research work on vitamin P • Group plans garden project as memorial to Mrs. J. Heiges • Former Navy chaplain addresses group on service experiences
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, debating team, student government, Curtain Club, May Day pageant, John W. Flight, student teaching, track team, field hockey, Doris J. Hobensack, softball, tennis, Marian Grow, Jesse Heiges, Charles Allen
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Rathgeb, Jane; Brusch, Jane E.; and Day, Jane, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 20, 1946" (1946). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 679.
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