Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Bond drive tops goal to enable purchase of two Army ambulances • Board of Directors appoint new instructors to faculty • Ursinus presents degrees to fifty-five at seventy-fifth annual commencement • Rev. Bomberger gives sermon at Baccalaureate ceremony • Prizes awarded to honor grads for scholastic, athletic work • Dr. McFarland addresses grads on "the ethics of pretension" • Coed leaders installed at W.S.G.A banquet • Girls will occupy Brodbeck as dorm • Betty Carr will serve as Rosicrucian president • Naval officers to teach summer term courses • Four Navy men receive orders for midshipmen, ROTC training • Activities committee to meet • Dr. McClure represents Ursinus at Bucknell inauguration • Dr. Lentz attends conference • Marion Bright becomes bride of Gilbert M. Bayne, USNR • Shore jobs rate highest with coeds • Coed softball team takes every game to end fifth straight undefeated season • Final match ends in 3-2 Penn victory • Senior PEers show brains and brawn • Brodbeck ten lose to Curtis stars 7-6 • Jan Shoemaker is new tennis captain • Lafayette wins 8-7; Gartner hits homer for bears in ninth • Phys Eds elect Virginia Charles to head club at final meeting • Will and testament • Outstanding seniors make Who's Who for service and personality on campus

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, war bond drive, student government, Joseph McFarland, commencement, John H. A. Bomberger, student housing, Rosicrucians, Navy, Norman E. McClure, John Lentz, softball, baseball, tennis, Physical Education Club, Who's Who


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 44, Number 27.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, June 25, 1945



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