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Judges chose girls to portray roles in May pageant • Thespians to give two Barrie plays • Dean Steward will head men's council; Mildred Halbruegge wins WAA election • College will return stamps for Easter • Y officers installed at vespers service • Medical relief group asks students for biology kits • Lenten speaker interprets Jesus' dreams as universal • Ursinus TKA cancels debating conference • Choir and Y's present Easter service tonight • Dr. Theo. Herman speaks to brotherhood of St. Paul • Women debates accept twelve new members • France forever movement represents upholders of nation's pre-war spirit • Students under 21 need parents' ok to give blood • Exchanges placed in library • Penn dean to speak here • Softball tilts begin for dorm players • Spring season starts for women's sports with varied program • Attention, girls!! • Men line up baseball teams to determine class champs • Girls lost only two tennis matches in last six years of intercollegiates • Norwegian girl tells startling story of life in Europe under Nazi heel • Beardwood elects officers • Dr. White reviews book • Music Club now organizing Y sing booklet of 53 songs • German Club plans social • Hope Le Bar Roberts talks at AAUW meeting April 14 • Airplane spotter to speak • Robert Tredinnick becomes new president of IRC • Joyce Behler leads dancing at French Club meeting
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, May Day pageant, Curtain Club, student government, YMCA, YWCA, George F. Finnie, debating team, Theodore Herman, Alfred Wilcox, baseball, softball, tennis, Brit Aabakken, Beardwood Chemical Society, Elizabeth White, C. Arthur George, International Relations Club
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Bright, Marion; Evans, Dean; Brown, Betty; and Daniels, William H., "The Ursinus Weekly, April 19, 1943" (1943). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 761.
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