Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Forty Ursinus V-5's to be transferred to Washington, D.C., at end of semester • Alumnus to lead Baccalaureate; doctor to speak at graduation • Guest pastors lead church discussions • Bond drive needs $105 to reach goal • Dr. Carter to teach history at Denver U. after 17 years here • Sororities choose officers for '45-'46 • Schroeder to head next year's sophs • Ruby will not be out by June 25; copies will be sent by mail • Debaters hold annual banquet as farewell for club adviser • Ursinus alumni cancel meeting • George MacNeal named king of the June as spring fandancy presentation ends • Betty J. Cassatt, Nancy Twining present readings at vespers • Professors should heed students' hunger growls says eater-in-classroom • Coeds trounce Penn; Bears beat Kings Point • Girls trip Penn 14-0; Erma Keyes fans 8, allows three hits • JV's get 3 homers, defeat Penn 26-9 • Deck 2, Curtis, wins inter-deck thriller with 3 runs in 7th • Ursinus nine noses out Kings Point, 5-3; bears rally, score three runs in ninth • Third team victors; trounce Penn 32-14 • Two coeds become local softball refs • Courtenay Richardson is awarded medal by WAA for outstanding achievement • Cast of Royal Family production entertains Helfferichs at dinner • Lutheran students hold service in old Trappe church Thursday • Freshman reviews pleasures and pains of first year here

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Navy, V-5, sororities, Harvey L. Carter, John H. A. Bomberger, Joseph McFarland, Kenneth Schroeder, student government, war bond drive, Ruby, debating club, May Day, baseball, softball, Courtenay Richardson, Erma Keyes, Curtain Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 44, Number 26.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, June 11, 1945



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