Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Ursinus plays host to student chemists from nine colleges • McCorkle, Snyder have leads in "Princess Pat" • Prospective students to visit campus on coming week-end • "Glide to Clyde," urge May hop entrepreneurs • Dr. Sibbald announces casts of one- act plays • Play cast developing accurate Irish brogue • "Y" presidents appoint new cabinet members • Tau Sigma Gamma sorority will sponsor all-Ursinus hobby show next Saturday • "Y" cabinet officers attend conference at Lafayette during past week-end • Mrs. Ruth Strawbridge to address women's mass meeting tomorrow afternoon • Miss Marjorie Penney makes plea for improvement of interracial relationships • New York world's fair steals (?) "Ruby" motif • Large crowd hears concert by Norristown octave chorus • Ursinus women attend vocational discussions • I.R.C. to initiate new members, elect officers at next meeting • Mrs. Sheeder attends conference • Committees burning midnight oil preparing for "Tulip town" • French Club presents play at U. of P. cultural olympics • Last I.R.C. Quarterly of year will appear on campus May 9 • Math group plans doggie roast • Grizzly 21-hit attack downs Swarthmore batsmen, 12-4 • Middle Atlantic track meet at Rutgers May 12 • Women's tennis team beats Rosemont; men netsters to open season at F.-M. • Open house track meet to attract 400 entrants • Curtis tops intramural softball league; Derr takes second place honors • Hash's tracksters to travel to Lancaster for dual meet with strong F. and M. team • Perkiomen branch of AAUW will hold final meeting of season May 3 in Bomberger • Alumnus lays cornerstone of new Collegeville - Trappe high school building • Hartman named chairman of 1939-40 forum committee at reorganization meeting • May 12 material deadline for commencement issue of Lantern

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 37, Number 24.

Mark D. Alspach, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 1, 1939



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