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College thespians to give two plays as climax to May Day celebration • Year book published by France forever for current year • Crowning of May queen Nancy Landis to highlight Mother's Day Saturday • Rev. Tovey downs "might rules right" • Musical portrays Easter scriptures • Girls draw for rooms tonight and tomorrow • Walter Sanborn to speak at annual Weekly banquet • Volunteers donate blood • Education 5-6 scheduled for September-October • Dr. Appleton will address pre-med society Thursday • Phys-edders to swim in Norristown Wednesday • Dramatists elect officers • Speaker to show slides at vespers Sunday night • Men debaters reorganize; to hold banquet Thursday • Girls' varsities to open season with Penn and Temple teams • Track meet will decide class champs and winners of intramural plaque • Bayne is undefeated in college competition after four seasons • Men begin baseball games • Golfers to have tourney if enough players report • Shreiner-Clamer takes close softball tilt from 612-Maples • Girls to play off matches • Miss Nat Hogeland guides students riding each week • Keep courts in condition • Student enjoys vacations thoroughly but needs rest after reaching Ursinus • Students to visit library of pastor near Norristown • German Club to entertain • WSGA to install officers
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, May Day pageant, Curtain Club, G. W. Tovey, YMCA, YWCA, debating team, softball, baseball, tennis, track team, golf, student government
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Bright, Marion; Hunt, Walter; Evans, Dean; Grubb, Eleanor; and Ludwick, Julia, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 26, 1943" (1943). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 762.
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