Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Crowning of May queen will be feature of gala Mexican pageant here Saturday • Forum hears analysis of the war-torn world • Y officers installed at Sunday morning service • Divorce action to be filed here • Straus' 'A waltz dream' is graduation operetta • Dr. Dorrance will talk on surgery to pre-meds • Seven denominations to participate in conference; program will include discussions and fellowship • Morris will present program of variety music at Y concert • TKA plans for banquet • Hungarian Reformed Church pastor to address AAUW • Grads to return to campus for Alumni Day, June 7 • Graduates of first female college in U.S. hold reunion • Flowers bloom, love-birds chirp, students doze - spring is here! • Allina speaks to German Club; Luginbuhl is elected prexy • Greek brotherhoods choose officers for next year • Varsity nine loses thriller to Temple 8-7 but conquers Lehigh 10-9; jay-vees trounce Haverford in opener • Bears place fourth in conference meet Sat.; G-burg wins • Thirty-two schools send teams to Ursinus meet • Tennis squad loses to F and M, Muhlenberg, and Haverford; co-eds defeat Rosemont 5-0 • Girls' golf squad loses close match to Penn lassies 3-2 • Meistersingers show versatility in program • Dr. Albert Schinz, Penn prof, addresses French Club tonight • Hartman and Kriebel review books at English Club tonight

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 39, Number 26.

Denton Herber, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 5, 1941



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