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Curtain Club chooses comedy, Junior Miss for May production • Juniors to present " A spring night" at annual prom this Friday evening • Girls will present "The land of Oz" • John McClellan named first vice-president for coming convention • "Organized peace is not impossible" say college students • Barbara Cooke to sing in recital tonight • Women debaters to travel to Albright College • Dr. Baker stresses need for teachers • Brotherhood sponsors devotional at Trinity • Dr. H. M. Leinbach to speak to pre-medical society • Students enjoy barn dance • Swing band to make debut at music club meeting • Civilian pre-meds to take aptitude test on April 28 • Class of '37 grad receives silver star citation • Ursinus circle presents dishes for infirmary • Students see Topper movie • AAUW holds session • Cranston started interesting life as a traveling salesman • Five seniors head girls' softball lineup • Day study downs Maples in interdorm basketball • Grace Nesbitt leads day in victory over Shreiner • Ursinus bows to Navy baseball team in season's opener on Annapolis field • Bears to play PMC Saturday • Ethel Detwiler marries • Justine Richards engaged • Frosh Phys Eds to entertain
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Curtain Club, May Day pageant, John McClellan, Navy, V-12, Marion G. Spangler, United Nations, Donald G. Baker, debating club, H. M. Leinbach, Frank B. Reynolds, Ray Cranston, Music Club, baseball, softball, basketball, William C. Hampton, YMCA, YWCA
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Bright, Marion; Money, James; Cloud, Beverly; and Knopf, Grace T., "The Ursinus Weekly, April 17, 1944" (1944). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 729.
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