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Girls elect Betty Dando, Anne Styer, Anne Baird to head organizations • Ken Keely to play for Navy ball Saturday; dinner and entertainment to precede dance • Local men ruined by secret weapon • Quay, Haines to be operetta comedy team in six-sided love tale • Penn provost to give graduation address • "Christian faiths" is Gross' vespers topic • Ten members to be initiated into honorary debate society • Betty Tyson heads debaters; new members elected to club • Collegians to lead jam session featuring 'Foul Five' Wednesday • Dean of dentistry from Temple to address pre-med students • Juniors elect Francis Tisdale Ruby editor for coming year • Curtain Club holds elections; Elaine Loughin to be president • Fashion forecast is frightfully fantastic • Co-ed tennis team defeated, 3-2; Garnet ends Ursinus' winning streak • Highland-Glenwood lead in softball • 'Little Mid', well-known in all major sports, is musician and artist • Ursinus upsets Villanova Wildcats 3-1, wins fifth straight game with Shegda • Girls' interdorm softball has revised schedule • Jerry Batt reigns as stunning queen in unique pageant • Summer bus schedule to be adopted on June 4 • War bond to admit purchaser to Ringling Bros. circus June 8 • Fifty student to give blood at donor unit here Friday • Grad elected G.O.P. chairman • Professional callers lead folk dancing at Y party Friday
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, May Day pageant, George McClelland, student government, Navy, V-12, operetta, Tau Kappa Alpha, Richard Gross, Gerald Timmons, debating club, Ruby, Curtain Club, sororities, tennis, softball, baseball, Mildred Halbruegge, Lloyd H. Wood, YMCA, YWCA, Red Cross
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Harter, Joy; Kuntz, Adele; and Hafeman, Helen, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 29, 1944" (1944). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 735.
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