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Cast adds finishing touches to operetta as opening nears • YM-YWCA to sponsor traditional musicale for Easter program • Susan Bellis, John Ulmer awarded leads in Curtain Club May Day production • Dean to celebrate birthday, April 24 • Lantern staff elects editor to succeed Betsy Shumaker • Twenty-one rushees accept sorority bids on Saturday • D. Morss to head dance committees for junior prom • Ten students attend FPA's college forum • Easter prevails at sophomore hop Saturday evening • Dr. P. Hitti addresses forum on Arab world • Pre-meds to hear Dr. Boyle • Ursinus debated Allegheny on free trade problem Saturday • Former missionary speaks to club on Chinese art • How loyal Tony kept the faith • Three-way tie for first place results as Day-Freeland garner 13-11 victory • Bears score five runs in sixth inning to trip Moravian, 10-5, in home opener • Ursinus nine lose practice game, 5-4 • Softball team chooses Courtenay Richardson as captain once again • Mrs. Helfferich addresses homemaker's meeting Tuesday

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, operetta, YMCA, YWCA, sororities, Curtain Club, Lantern, Whorten A. Kline, Dwight Morss, Foreign Policy Association, Philip Hitti, Paul E. Boyle, debating team, Canterbury Club, basketball, Courtenay Richardson, softball, baseball, Donald L. Helfferich


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 45, Number 16.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 15, 1946



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