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Asian authority to be speaker at next forum • Navy secretary praises college's V1 cooperation • Faculty and students mourn death of Dr. Calvin D. Yost • Lafayette president will be speaker at commencement • Three hundred dance to rhythms of Criterions at annual junior prom • Students to ballot for major campus officers tomorrow • Scavenging phys-edders comb campus Monday night • Philadelphia and Montco alumni join to honor dean's birthday April 24 • One hundred to vie for scholarships Saturday • Women rush final preparations for shortened May Day pageant • Heibel and Vink review books at meeting of English Club • Co-chairmen announce cancellation of conference • Weekly's roving reporter visits campus den of sin • College chemists urged to make application for government posts • TKA to send four delegates to conference at Albright • Pre-medders hear Dr. Appleton speak on oral hygiene • Nurse describes opportunities for women in medical field • Council on activities requests student groups to reorganize • Stevens fetes varsity matmen • Phils trip Pirates, 10-6, to take over league lead • Men primed for tennis tourney and track meet • Yanks beat Sox and top Browns for fourth win • Hiking and golfing programs hit stride • Girls' intramurals off to fast start • Nat Hogeland, Allie Dougherty end careers in blaze of glory

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Calvin D. Yost, Navy, library, Edward Shippen Morris, William Mather Lewis, Whorten A. Kline, Tau Kappa Alpha, May Day pageant, J. L. T. Appleton, Ethel Hopkins, wrestling, golf, tennis, track team, intramural sports


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 40, Number 23.

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

The Ursinus Weekly, April 13, 1942



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