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Psych tests rate 'U' freshmen high • Mothers banquet attended by 350 • Yost commends Stoudt's acting in "Holiday" given by Curtain Club; four seniors depart • Opera arrangements rapidly progressing • Yearbook will appear next Monday, May 18 • Pancoast, Worster survive noon vote on council head • Clamer preceptress speaks at special vespers service • Sheeder, Heiges represent college at Altoona high • Machine records ballots in men's council elections • Councils plan dance for Friday evening, May 22 • Willauer edits law review • Girls present annual May pageant before large crowd on Patterson field; Elizabeth Evans presides as queen in Dorothea Wieand's "The Queen's revels" • Brandauer wins fellowship • Survey reveals many athletes are on "B" and ineligible lists • Lancaster alumni banquet group hears R. C. Johnson • Modern department stores offer the greatest opportunities to graduates for merchandising; economics and the foreign languages are most helpful in choosing educational requirements • Johnsonmen's journey jounces Juniatans, but bears' batsmen beaten by Bucknell • Tennis men down Albright, beaten by Haverford, 6-1 • Grimm, Gaumer only place winners in Dickinson meet • Perkiomen Prep ties cubs in extra inning game, 8-8 • Brodbeck, Derr tied for lead as first half of league ends • Phys-ed students supervise tests for girl's swim permits • Professional speaker delivers lecture to women students • Pre-med speaker tonight

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, student government, Ruby, Franklin I. Sheeder, Nora S. Helfrich, Philip B. Willauer, Robert Brandauer, May Day pageant, women's rules, Russell C. Johnson, Glee Club, Curtain Club, Music Club, swimming, baseball, track team, tennis


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 34, Number 28.

Abe E. Lipkin, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 11, 1936



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