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Prom will feature "Stardust" theme • Heibel named head of 'Lantern' staff • Curtain Club to produce comedy, "Lightnin'" • Dorizas to speak at forum on Wednesday • Minstrel show to be held junior weekend • Student election dates set for April 9 and 10 • Students hear pan-American 'Y' weekend • Large group to attend government conference • Ursinus co-eds will bring 'Mexican springtime' to campus • Ledger editor speaks to Weekly banqueters • Spring season opens at Ursinus; baseball team prepares: positions still uncertain as coach Johnson drills his inexperienced team • Coach Hashagen drills cindermen; prospects bright • Golf team defeats West Chester 4-2 in first match • Varsity quintet names Fetterman, Hutchinson • Frosh vie with regulars for women's tennis team berths • Men's tennis squad trains for Albright opener April 26 • Wrestling lettermen elect Armstrong season captain • Reporter reveals brilliant five years' record of Snell basketeers • Girls' basketball squad elects 'Nat' Hogeland 1942 captain • Religious tolerance is the aim of "Y" New York trip • Women golfers open season with Swarthmore April 18 • Three faculty members hear pol-social science talks • Dr. Miller and three seniors attend conference at Lehigh • Rabbi Schorsh of Pottstown to address brotherhood • Brick is new advertising manager of the 'Weekly' • Witmer to review historical novel before English Club
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Michael Dorizas, Gladys Heibel, student government, Arthur P. Whitaker, May Day pageant, library, Edwin J. Pollock, wrestling, tennis, track team, baseball, Eugene H. Miller, golf, basketball, YMCA, YWCA
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Herber, Denton; Knoll, Betty; Berger, Helene; Davis, Douglas; and Kratz, George, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 7, 1941" (1941). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 813.
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