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May Queen nominees are announced: Peg Hudson, Betty Umstad, Betsy Clayes • WSGA to hold contest for model boy or girl to boost bond drive • Junior prom takes spotlight as Mayfair returns Saturday • Ray Cranston to leave for Shoemaker, Calif. • Armless pastor to speak on veterans' handicaps • Nature emphasized in vesper speech • Play cast is complete as production begins • Freshman hop features booby prizes, program • Room deposits must be made prior to May room drawings • Ruby photos to include sixth term pre-meds • Legion offers $500 in essay contest • Students stricken with curious malady; illness called surprisechem examinitis • Mid-week dance is successful in collection of old clothes • May 9 is Lantern deadline • Bramall, tennis pro, to address physical-ed majors on Monday • Ursinus grad writes NBC radio script for "Journeys Behind News" • Trackmen, ball and tennis teams are victors • Coeds win opener; Erma Keyes gives Albright one hit • Relay men cop one mile title, run four-lap circuit in 3:33 • Tennis opener nets Ursinus 4 out of 5 • Bloomsburg whips ball team 10-1 here • Connell pitches shut-out against Mules; Bears score nine runs on eleven hits • Gobs sport civies for bowery dance • College chapter gets Red Cross charter
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Betty Umstad, Peggy Hudson, Betsy Clayes, Raymond Cranston, Harold Wilke, student government, Norman T. Bramall, Curtain Club, Lantern, Ruby, Dorothy Witmer, tennis, baseball, track team, Navy, V-12, softball, Red Cross
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Kuntz, Adele and Williams, Lois, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 30, 1945" (1945). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 706.
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