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Fister challenges vespers listeners to change views • Pre-medders hear Dr. Eger speak on healing of wounds • Department heads and academic council end seniors' comprehensives • Two proposals will be discussed at meeting of men's student assembly • Beaver economics and pol.-sci. prof is IRC speaker tomorrow night • Prom committee chooses the Criterions to furnish music at spring formal • Y will collect postage stamps and tin foil for Red Cross • "God's power" is subject of Corum's message to weekly Lenten service • Swartley to head next year's Lantern staff; add four new members • Sollmann calls for total war effort as only means of insuring final victory • Y to sponsor chats in order to stimulate conference enthusiasm • Alumni of Trenton area to organize new local association at banquet • Idea for May pageant came to Betty Urich while a sophomore • Students indicate Miller is favorite dance orchestra • Debaters close season by matching wits with teams in New York area • Compulsory intramural program to begin this Wednesday; dinner hour changed to 5:30 starting Wednesday evening • Snell's squad ends season with 18-18 Chestnut Hill draw • Shreiner and Glenwood play tonight for intramural crown • Associated Press puts captain Al Hutchinson on all league team • Marion Bright placed on all Philadelphia district sextet • Ursinus girls participate in play day Saturday at Temple University
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Blaine Fister, Sherman A. Eger, Wilhelm Sollmann, YMCA, YWCA, William J. Ryland, student government, J. M. Corum, Carol Swartley, May Day pageant, debate team, intramural sports, basketball, volleyball
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Herber, Denton; Fegley, Marion; and Ihrie, Robert, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 23, 1942" (1942). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 781.
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