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Senate proposes government plan with revised laws • Whelan describes sinking of "Wasp" • Characters selected for May Day pageant • Junior Miss, former Broadway success, to be presented here May 19 and 20 • Max Lerner to talk here next week • Haines gives views about immortality • Thespians present The Streets of Hell • Carol Swartley married Saturday to Frank Miller • Lantern reorganizes Creative Writing Club • Mrs. F. I. Sheeder addresses prospective college girls • Martha Franklin, friend of campus boys, is awarded good neighbor orchid • Women's dorm committee to take corsage orders • Mrs. May H. Rauch dies after 18 years at college • Intersorority dance, May 13 • Students to see Beau Geste • Tennis courts • Physical education majors attend conference in New York City • Bears bow before Muhlenberg team 7-4 in first home game on Saturday • Roy Walz killed in Texas accident • Ursinus nine blasts Hill • Social work scholarship open to college grads • Co-eds to review books • IRC to discuss the Orient • Floor show lures students to meals

Publication Date

5-1-1944

Publisher

Ursinus College

City

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Keywords

Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, student government, May Day pageant, George R. Whelan, Henry K. Haines, Max Lerner, Janet Shoemaker, Curtain Club, Lantern, Franklin I. Sheeder, May H. Rauch, Martha Franklin, Roy F. Walz, baseball, English Club, dining hall, International Relations Club

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This item is available courtesy of the Ursinus College Archives. It is not to be copied or distributed for commercial use.

Disciplines

Cultural History | Higher Education | Liberal Studies | Social History | United States History

Comments

This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 43, Number 17.

Marion Bright, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 1, 1944

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