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Senior women to have new date privilege • Fraternity and sorority councils reorganize • New York musician will hold voice clinics at Ursinus • Dr. McClure speaks as MSC inducts new president • Joint Y's roast hot dogs in upper dinning room • Class of '39 chooses Glatfelter president • Bartholomew to represent YMCA at Eagles Mere • College pastor to head Eastern Synod • Crowning climaxes capers of captivating queen, characters, and court • Ursinus pageants produced by alumnae • Alpha Psi Omega elects • Reconciliation fellowship to have Ursinus unit • Musical organizations will present "Mikado" twice in commencement weekend • "Lantern" scheduled for June 2 • 'Cats beat bears in final; Drexel taken earlier • Power reaches top of baseball ladder • "Doc's" cricketeers win Haverford match • Rev. Singley addresses Brotherhood at dinner • Junior varsity batsmen end hapless season • Snell's lassies bring to close perfect season • Four straight league wins put Jing's men second • St. Joe's, Albright trounce grizzly cindermen • "Newman Club of Ursinus" formed last week • Members of faculty to spend summer studying and traveling • Brownback re-elected • Phys Ed Club ends season

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, women's rules, fraternities, sororities, Fred Glatfelter, Norman E. McClure, YMCA, YWCA, John Lentz, Woman's Club, May Day pageant, Dewees F. Singley, Bill Power, track team, tennis, baseball, cricket, J. Harold Brownback, Physical Education Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 36, Number 29.

Allen Dunn, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 23, 1938



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