Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Strictly news! No April fooling! • Helen Hafemann's "The Candy Shop" is selected for annual May Day production • Fraternities accept bids of thirty-eight • Men re-elected Grant Harity to serve as president for spring term council • Frosh to receive colors in ceremony on April 4 • H. K. Haines to present "This is News" for WSSF benefit, April 2 • Kathleen Sinclair places on all college second team • County Sabbath schools to hold convention here on April 6 • Committee selects "Spring Again" for club production • Rev. Wilke discusses "sermon-taster" reward • Rally brings forth hidden talent • Franklin I. Sheeder attends church conference in Chicago • Parliamentary procedure is topic for Debate Club study • Lutheran Club elects officers • Pitching staff is team's weak spot; Competition for other berths is keen • Brodbeck holds lead in intramural games • Messes defeat Belles in thrilling contest • Track coach pleas for more candidates • Dr. John Price stricken • English Club will hear Dr. Yost • Dr. Garner to address pre-meds • Frosh plan phys-ed program

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 45, Number 14.

Half of this issue contains an April Fool's humor section.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 1, 1946



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