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Pennington head tells of beauty in everyday life • Registrar's office lists revised class schedule for summer semester • Crowning of May queen highlights colorful Mother's Day celebration • Former consul advises forum to plan peace • Students and faculty of French Department present play at U. of P. • W.S. Kerschner, D.D., selected to deliver baccalaureate address • Drexel nutrition expert will tell local women of applied dietetics • Last rites for Dr. Sibbald held at church in Oaks • Rapp succeeds Appleget as booster committee chairman • German Club changes name to honor Dr. Calvin D. Yost • Ford parks on Freeland porch; uses perch for blackout port • Soph hop band leader subs in Benny Goodman's band • Helfferich named delegate to General Synod meeting • Philadelphia and Montco alumni honor dean at Bellevue banquet • Thirty-five couples attend Ruby dance • Mary Anna Wiley named head of Debate Club • Miller, Pancoast attend political science meeting • Pirates grip top as Giants pound Bums, Cubs, Cards • Tigers claw Browns and Sox to gain berth in play-offs • Coed softballers wallop Bryn Mawr and win play day
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Edward Shippen Morris, Francis Harvey Green, W. Sherman Kerschner, Whorten A. Kline, Donald L. Helfferich, Bob Sheble, Lila G. Halner, Eugene H. Miller, May Day pageant, Calvin D. Yost, Reginald S. Sibbald, Hermann Eilts, softball, intramural sports
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Ditter, J. William Jr., "The Ursinus Weekly, April 27, 1942" (1942). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 786.
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