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Two hundred high, prep schoolers visit Ursinus campus today • Muhlenberg beaten for bears' first league win • Len Mayfair's orchestra to play for May sports hop • Editor of Lantern, Y handbook, chosen • Committee announces five scholarship winners • Lehigh phys ed director to speak as lettermen dine • Ursinus frosh rank thirteenth of 300 in psych exams • May pageant, Mother's Day Saturday • Hilarious "First lady" on stage tonight • Council elections to be held Tuesday noon • Community Club art exhibit to be open next week • Ursinus to go on air for news questioning next week • Open house begun four years ago; tea dance, track meet added in 1936 • Seasons motif of senior Ruby; book to appear on campus in two weeks • Diamondmen lose to Juniata 12-2 Tuesday but jolt Dickinson 3-2 on trip • Eshbach shatters record as trackmen lose • Parsons capture first half inter-dorm s-ball crown

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 36, Number 27.

Allen Dunn, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 9, 1938



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