Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Stoudt stars in Mothers Day play • WSGA liberalizes women's rulings • Men elect student gov't tomorrow • 200 mothers entertained at tea, banquet; Fenton shines in traditional May pageant • Students see Katherine Cornell star in "Candida" • Armistice chapel speaker talks at 'Y' installation • Leadership of junior class goes to Glatfelter, Byron • IRC elects Irwin and Goldberg as leaders at special meeting • Guest to succeed Shelly as president of men's Debate Club • College orchestra to play for hop • TKA takes 8 new members • Committee's choice of "Floralia" made difficult by list of clever pageants • Alumni associations meet at New York, Allentown • Placement bureau files records of grads; registers alumni for positions • Trackmen take Albright in final spurt • Bears lose, 2-1, but outhit Mules • Gaumer, Eshbach, vie in Middle Atlantics • Jayvee batsmen split first two encounters • Wise beats Fenimore in final for table tennis championship • Classes to compete for track trophy in annual meet Tuesday • Pre-meds choose Tornetta to head second scientific society • Physical Education Club holds canoe outing at Camp Firefly • Rev. Davidson defines good minister in B'hood talk • Mrs. Sibbald coaches play
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Groff, Vernon; Chern, Harold; Broidy, Eli; and Thompson, Keith M., "The Ursinus Weekly, May 17, 1937" (1937). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 932.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 35, Number 30.
Vernon Groff, editor-in-chief.