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Colorful musicale pleases large audience • Harvey B. Danehower to head alumni • Two new members elected to board • Beury stresses citizen's duty as challenge to class of '38 • Baccalaureate sermon reassures seniors • Alumni athletic club re-elects Derk • Seven from Ursinus to be at Eaglesmere • Jan Peerce, famous tenor, given music plaque • Council votes for red on frosh • The "Rosicrucians" are the B plus girls • Grace Chandler produces Doylestown pageant • Entrance exams shown to forecast achievement • "Pagette" committee heads honored with keys • Engagement of history professor announced • Gang again wins intramural trophy • Summaries reveal nine has best record • Athletes elect Eshbach, Dietz, Edwards • Tau Kappa Alpha dines at Jeffersonville • Glenwood association honors college • Freeland parsons emerge softball champs • College sending health forms to frosh • Copies of "Youth" can be had at office • Johnsons fete ball team "below the railroad" • Commencement Lantern features campus description by ex-editor Yahraes • Sacred concert given by choir in Bomberger • Bodley, Brandt receive honors in Ruby • Senior "Marsh of time" features class day • Seven seniors have jobs

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Arthur Martin, Charles E. Beury, Malcolm M. Derk, freshmen customs, Eugene H. Miller, May Day pageant, softball, baseball, intramural sports, Richard Yahraes


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 36, Number 30.

Allen Dunn, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, June 6, 1938



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