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Junior committees announce orchestra, play, vespers speaker • Forum speaker upholds Hull's reciprocal trade agreements • Albany and Hawaii here Friday night • Villain Dawson set for booster show • Nominees for 1940 Queen of the May • Mrs. Baker appoints Dr. Philip dean of summer music school • Mrs. Pfahler speaks at women's mass meeting • Women's organizations buy silver tea, coffee service • Second issue of "Quarterly" to appear on campus Tuesday • Knettler tells of "Silent Christ" at vespers led by Brotherhood • New York trip planned for April 5-7 weekend • Bucknell, Lebanon Valley dash bears' title hopes; PMC wins • F. - M., Gettysburg tied in conference • Pete's men fourth in conference meet • Frosh seek fifth win against Drexel • Girls beat Wagner, lose to Bryn Mawr • Baseball movies on Tuesday afternoon • Four home debates scheduled by women debaters this week • Dr. McClure is honor guest at Hathaway Club luncheon • Twelve from Ursinus attend conclave at Buck Hill Falls
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Henry L. Deimel, May Day pageant, George E. Pfahler, William F. Philip, YMCA, YWCA, Edward Knettler, International Relations Club, basketball, wrestling, Norman E. McClure, debate team
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Alspach, Mark D., "The Ursinus Weekly, March 4, 1940" (1940). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 836.
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