Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Ninety-two students to receive degrees at seventy-sixth annual commencement: Dr. Johnson to deliver address; graduation week events listed • Group three to present two one-act plays at Curtain Club meeting • Student council to hold installation banquet on Tues. evening, June 18 • Athletes to hold banquet, Thursday • Juniors elect Paul Detwiler to presidency of 1947 class: K. Schroeder is junior prexy; frosh elect Hallinger leader; also names Eckenroth, Nikel, J. Rathgeb as other officers • Editors announce release date of next Lantern issue • Outstanding debaters honored by Tau Kappa Alpha fraternity • Dr. Armstrong is guest speaker of Brotherhood of St. Paul • Seven students chosen members of honorary dramatic society • YMCA president names seven men as new cabinet members • Men students elect J. Newlin to serve as YMCA president • Fishman heads pre-med group • Lois Williams to serve as head of International Relations Club • Dr. Campbell addresses Y interdenominational group • The Negro problem • New chef received culinary training as Merchant Marine • Delaware swamps baseball team 14-4; Hallinger leads bears with three hits • First deck wins title in intramural league; defeats third deck, 9-5 • Snell's Belles trounce Penn coeds 18-0 as Erma Keyes delivers no-hit game • Penn Maids shut out Ursinus racqueteers, 5-0 • Ursinus coeds drop 5-0 match to Swarthmore • JV score 3-2 victory in match with U. of P. • Y holds semi-annual retreat to plan activities of coming year • Seniors will always remember certain things around campus • Journey to shore brings coeds adventure, relief from books

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 45, Number 23.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, June 10, 1946



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