Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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WSGA has dinner for Ursinus women to install officers • Combined Y's present illustrated lecture at vespers Sunday night • May Day celebration features coronation ceremony, plays • 60 students sign to donate blood • United aircraft offers engineering fellowships • Schwartz, Fairlie chosen to head Y next semester • Former Ursinus athlete killed while in training • Frosh debaters present trial at annual banquet • Phys-edders to return for fall sport program • Prospective students take exams on open house day • Scope of IRC explained by Dr. White at banquet • Freeland 305 "jinxed" as six leave in past year • Navy to interview 17 men • Dramatic fraternity adds six members tomorrow • France forever speaker is refugee from German prison camp in Europe • Ruby will be out May 15, says Curtis • Walter Sanborn addresses "Weekly" banquet Monday • Y heads announce new committees • Pre-meds hear Dr. Appleton speak on dental diseases • English Club draws for books tonight • Observant Oscar dispenses dope on what a plane spotter spots • Frosh-juniors lose to soph-seniors, 4-0; Grau pitches no-hitter • Tennis team downs Temple; high wind handicaps coeds • Shreiner-Clamer leads girls' softball league • Ursinus girls beat Bryn Mawr varsity • Snell's belles turn aside Penn girls 23-12 in spite of playing indoor game • Phys Ed Club plans picnic • Commandos go outside to sniff spring odors • Girls elect Jane Kircher and Tinker Harmer to WAA • Curtain Club loses stage manager as Clark D. Moore graduates

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Fred Swift, student government, YMCA, YWCA, Jean Steck, May Day pageant, Alpha Psi Omega, Elizabeth White, J. L. T. Appleton, baseball, softball, tennis, Women's Athletic Association, Curtain Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 41, Number 26.

Marion Bright, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 3, 1943



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