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Juniors to present prom and comedy • Ursinus to engage in transition study • Monod discusses French problems • Yearbook to appear on campus Wednesday • Alumni groups to meet during first week in May • Motion picture machine to be demonstrated • Ursinus Weekly student questionnaire • Recent Music Club meeting presents varied program • Russia's new five year plan to be discussed by IRC • Women debaters close season with Stroudsburg • Sabbath School Association to hold annual convention • Club to discuss plays • Polly Pomeroy speaks on department store work • Brotherhood deputation team conducts services • Rev. Kratz to give talk at Brotherhood banquet • Women debaters meet • Christian associations enact pageant episodes • Regular rehearsals begun for gala pageant on May 12 • Alumni banquet to be held at Harrisburg on May 4 • Fred E. Foertsch addresses men's faculty club meeting • Sorority conducts vespers • Ursinus nine opens season by beating Swarthmore and losing to Villanova • Tennis team holds initial combat against St. Joseph • Girl basketeers given awards at annual banquet last week • Freshman hurlers to open season Tues. afternoon • Brodbeck, Derr and Curtis undefeated in dorm contest • Co-eds begin class baseball
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Evans, Dora G.; Heiges, Jesse; and Omwake, George Leslie, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 23, 1934" (1934). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 1020.
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