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Science building renamed to honor Dr. George Pfhaler • Board nominates G. Sieber Pancoast to fill new position of dean of men • Dr. Kepler tells alumni of Chinese experiences at banquet on Saturday • Addresses by Lewis and Kerschner are commencement weekend highlights • Miss Ermold resigns; gives Fircroft Hall as a memorial to mother • Industrial injury proves fatal to former senior class member • Ursinus women to enter New York social work • TKA holds initiation; elects Ditter president • Wallace S. Brey and Evelyn M. Dornbach named top graduates; honors and prizes distributed • Musical groups present baccalaureate concert • Four men, two women receive annual award of open scholarships • Bombardiers Hoopes and Spohn drop "Rubys" on campus • Visiting columnist tells of persuading students to try his rest cure • Bright, Wilson are named assistant sports editors • Pre-medders hold picnic at Perkiomenville park • Ursinus in spotlight on Glenn Miller show • Lyons will head Curtain Club; Moore named stage manager • Steinmetz to attend Middlebury • Senators cop championship with narrow 6-5 victory over rallying Bengals • Phils top Giants 8-7 for softball diadem on Massey's home run • Hash leaves Ursinus to become lieutenant at Annapolis naval base • Detwiler leads intramural meet with three wins • Coed record and intramurals feature 1941-42 sports season

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, George E. Pfahler, Whorten A. Kline, William Mather Lewis, W. Sherman Kerschner, Asher R. Kepler, Sara E. Ermold, Theron K. Schlotterer, Tau Kappa Alpha, Ken Hashagen, Ruby, intramural sports, softball


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 40, Number 27.

J. William Ditter Jr., editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 18, 1942



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