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Lenore Berky is choice of co-eds to rule over May Day ceremonies • Dr. Gable queries vespers on type of world to seek • WSGA sets Wednesday for women's annual Color Day • Willauer will return Tuesday night to discuss peace plans at forum • Dr. Mattis traces history of insulin in diabetes cure • Student council formulates plans for registration of all campus cars • Y-sponsored "Kukan" to picture horrors of Jap "Chinese incident" • Reverend Edward Platts is Lenten speaker Wednesday • Mrs. Shelley quits post in registrar's office after 11 years of service • Battle smoke lifts away to show sixty-six man increase in frats • Lecture on stained glass will be given on Wednesday • Wally Spotts and Lorelites score big hit on Friday night • Women's debating team schedules three meets for this coming week • Y committee draws up charter for merging of two associations • Weekly staff admits five after long probation period • Hashagen clan handed defeats by Diplomats and Bisons last week • Basketball squad hopes to improve record in three final home games • Rutgers wrestlers pin bears 26-8; Tropp loses first • Riddled cub squad defeats riddled Diplomats by 43-37 • Co-eds keep slate clear with victory over Bryn Mawr, 33-30, Saturday
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, debate team, French Club, fraternities, Philip B. Willauer, Color Day, student government, Lee J. Gable, May Day pageant, Paul A. Mattis, YMCA, YWCA, Eugene E. Shelley, Lorelei, basketball, wrestling
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Herber, Denton and Ihrie, Robert, "The Ursinus Weekly, February 23, 1942" (1942). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 777.
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