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Anita Hess to be crowned queen in gay "Land of Oz" pageant Saturday • Adele Kuntz and Joy Harter become first co-editors of Ursinus Weekly • Junior Miss to show trials and tribulations of an adolescent girl • Lerner stresses internationalism • Carney uses 'courage' as vespers topic • Navy ball to include banquet and show • All coeds vote "yes" to new WSGA setup • Club to hear book reviews by B. Yeager and B. Cooke • Freshmen candidates give debate for club meeting • Robert Mathieu, Ex '42, dies at Penn State University • Bird life abounds on college campus • V-12 jargon proves hardest coed course • Coeds will begin interdorm softball • Ursinus team routs marines, 17-9 as Shegda pitches second victory • Tinker Harmer reaches semi-final of intercollegiate tennis tourney • Girls racquet-wielders trample Temple, 4-1 • F. & M. ekes out win over Ursinus team • Coed softball team overcomes Temple, 9-4 • Bears brush aside Lafayette ball team • Ursinus places fourth in Middle States meet • Girls' J.V. team trounces Temple softball ten

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, May Day pageant, Max Lerner, Curtain Club, Navy, V-12, Fred Carney, English Club, student government, Debating Club, Robert Mathieu, tennis, softball, baseball, track team, Bill Shegda, YMCA, YWCA


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 43, Number 19.

Marion Bright, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 15, 1944



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