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Mothers feted with banquet and pageant on rainy May Day program • Class officers elected during the past week • YM-YW officers and cabinets installed at chapel service held on open house Sunday • All classes elect next year's council members • Committees for WSGA announced by Lois Taylor • Special Mothers' Day vespers features talk by Mrs. Rauch • Booster committee changes hands; Lyons new chairman • Current events quiz held at International Relations Club • Three one-act plays shown at open house • Six open scholarships awarded by committee • Awards given and officers installed at WAA banquet • "Far off hills" swan song for seven seniors • YM-YW organizations plan doggie roast for Wednesday • German Club reelects Steinmetz; plans joint doggie roast with French Club for meeting tonight • Four-point program planned by Snyder and Reifsnyder for 1939-40 Christian organizations • Ursinus alumni of New York area will meet on May 18 • Looking for a job? These men might help you • Ursinus baseball team smothers Muhlenberg, 17-7; Swift blanks Lebanon Valley batsmen with five hits • Trackmen bow to St. Joe's; Eshbach wins at ECAC meet • Curtis led by Deardorff takes softball first half • Co-ed golfers drop first match to Penn lassies, 4-1 • Women's tennis team beats Beaver, loses to Swarthmore
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, O. H. Rauch, student government, Women's Athletic Association, Curtain Club, YMCA, YWCA, tennis, golf, baseball, track team
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Alspach, Mark D. and Yoh, Robert C., "The Ursinus Weekly, May 15, 1939" (1939). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 871.
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