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College to confer two honorary degrees • Y's invite students, profs to spring doggie roast • Loan fund established by Varsity Club • 110 couples dance Friday at May sports hop • Stoudt, Plunkett star in Mother's Day play; pageant, dinner other Saturday activities • Glatfelter chosen to head men's council • Ursinus gains victory over Penn on radio • McClure, Poling speak at two Sunday vespers • June issue of Lantern to feature commencement • Presenting the 'sinus senior: a preview of the 1938 Ruby questionnaire • Works of contemporary Philadelphia painters displayed in exhibit • Bears trim Albright, Gettysburg in league tilts • Trackmen poor fifth in Lancaster meet • Records broken as school trackmen meet here • Peg Claflin installed as new WAA head • Power leads batsmen • Todt succeeds Bodley as Varsity Club leader • Curtain clubbers dine and dance in Norristown • Power elected president of pre-legal society • Laucks conducts current events quiz of IRC • Germantown boy awarded sixth open scholarship
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Fred Glatfelter, YMCA, YWCA, Norman E. McClure, Meistersingers, Physical Education Club, French Club, English Club, Manuscript Club, Tau Kappa Alpha, Mathematics Club, Fred Todt, baseball, John Porambo, track team, tennis, Women's Athletic Association, Curtain Club, International Relations Club, William Power
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Dunn, Allen; Yoder, Morris; Chern, Harold; Alspach, Mark D.; Wimer, William E.; Barry, Nicholas; Yost, Calvin D.; and Davis, Carlton, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 16, 1938" (1938). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 900.
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