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Flying cadet head reveals new plan for enlisting men • Address by William Mather Lewis to climax commencement program • Final vespers of year features Chinese play, installation of Y heads • Glen Miller will dedicate number to Ursinus on May 14 broadcast • Kirby Page to lecture in Collegeville Tuesday on durable peace pact • Sugar rationing board will finish tomorrow • New Y cabinets hold annual spring retreat on Sunday at Lesher's • One hundred fifty visit campus for open house • WSGA holds induction banquet on Wednesday • College issues supplementary catalogue for summer school • Crown of four roses highlights burlesqued "Boyland pantasy" • Rorer and MacMahon pitch Yanks-Senators to 2-2 tie as Tigers nip Indians 9-8 • Cheltenham, R Park win class A and B in interscholastics • Phils blast 11-10 victory over first place Pirates; Giants cop 7th straight • Co-ed tennis squad defeats Penn 3-2 in season opener • IRC holds final meeting

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 40, Number 26.

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

The Ursinus Weekly, May 4, 1942



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