Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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New play portrays a theater family's frenzied existence • Supper to be served May Day; no written invitations issued • Seniors elect Ann Baird and Betty Umstad as representatives to May queen's court • Students to talk over action against Germany • Curtain Club reveals promotion of members to advanced ratings • Dr. Heilemann speaks on universal prayer • Courses announced for summer term • 'Spring Fantasy' involves love intrigue taken from 'Mid-Summer Night's Dream • Norristown octave club presents program of musical selections • Prize is offered for Dutch essay • Dr. M. J. Oppenheimer to address pre-medders tomorrow evening • Tickets for "Royal Family' are on sale after lunch this week • Seniors to hold party as last class function • Contest needs photos to create competition • New storekeeper saw Pacific action aboard Pinkney for two years • Graduate has German post, saw General Eisenhower • Geist singles to drive in winning runs in tenth inning of Lafayette encounter • Betsy Clayes takes 4 matches to reach tennis semi-finals • Ursinus girls keep undefeated record downing Temple 7-2 • Tennis team makes amazing comeback to beat Rosemont • Court Richardson steals home in eighth to give coeds victory over Bryn Mawr • Softballers trounce Temple jayvees 19-5 • Four Ursinus girls participate in exhibition softball game • Laundry kit tells traveling experiences as it expires - useless, unwanted, scarred • Ursinus graduate attends conference at San Francisco; Mrs. C. Kinney, Mr. Witmer's daughter, represents press

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Curtain Club, May Day pageant, Betty Umstad, Anne Baird, John J. Heilemann, Edwin M. Fogel, Marion G. Spangler, M. J. Oppenheimer, Ed O'Connell, Edward D. Darlington, Navy, V-12, Betsy Ann Clayes, tennis, Bob Geist, baseball, softball, Courtenay Richardson, Dorothy Witmer


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 44, Number 21.

Adele Kuntz, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 14, 1945



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