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Earn $21 a day (once a month) as farm worker • Curtain Club announces three cast selections for Mothers' Day plays • Prom will present Criterions as highlight of gala junior weekend • "Toy" characters to visit Ursinus on Mothers' Day • Three students discuss inter-American affairs at extempore contest • They're on the loose again! Who?: The phys-edders • Nurse to describe opportunities for women in medical field • McClure explains summer session, giving aims of accelerated program • Four Ursinus students participate in IRC model league assembly • Dr. Wentzel addresses final Lenten service • Students to cast ballots on April 14; petitions must be filed by Wednesday • Pre-medders to hear of sneeze bacteriology • Eilts will head German Club; Veuve tells of German schools • Berks County alumni will meet at Reading Country Club Saturday • Bear grapplers tossed by Cheltenham in Hale America exhibition matches • Stevens reveals extensive plans for all golfers • Derr wallops senior girls • Captain Rusty Hoagland paced Jay Vee coeds to booming season

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Curtain Club, Volunteer Land Corps, Ethel Hopkins, Fred Wentzel, International Relations Club, Hermann Eilts, wrestling, golf, basketball


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 40, Number 22.

J. William Ditter, Jr., editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 6, 1942



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