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Newcomers to take 12 of the 18 roles in Curtain Club play • Dr. Max Lerner to address community forum on post war problems of our democracy • Beverly Cloud to sing in The Red Mill • Hunter explains pharisees' question • Debate clubs active on national question • WSSF sets up hostels for Chinese students • Students to have last vote on proposed constitution • Ursinus library clock is copy of Big Ben • Blood donor unit coming • Land of Oz dancers, committees at work on May pageant to be given May 20 • Four girls, one boy win $350 open scholarships • IRC elects six members • Miss Spangler to present a study of Verdi's Aida • Little Oswald finds beauties on campus • Courtesy on the courts • Bear baseball men wallop Drew nine as Snyder pitches second straight win • Softball team downs Collegeville-Trappe H. S. • Four Ursinus girls enter third round of intercollegiate tennis tournament • Bears swamp PMC 14-0; Snyder twirls one hitter
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Curtain Club, May Day pageant, Navy, V-12, Max Lerner, Richard Hunter, operetta, debating team, library, student government, Marion Spangler, World Student Service Fund, International Relations Club, trees, YMCA, YWCA, baseball, softball
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Bright, Marion and Preaskorn, James D., "The Ursinus Weekly, May 8, 1944" (1944). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 732.
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