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WSGA to hold home conference • Weekly board picks Alspach new editor to succeed Dunn • Shearer, Snyder leads in "Love-in-a-mist" cast • Coeds select Long queen of the May • Six prose selections, many poems in Lantern • Junior prom orchestra praised by Rudy Vallee • Hall chems to show film • Large crowd sees Miss Huet portray romantic life of Peggy Shippen in gym • College players will act at Penn; spring tryouts tonight • Regional council of SCM to meet here this week-end • Reporter finds Zacharias Ursinus anonymous writer, humble scholar • Eight Ursinus pageants given outside of college • Jack Mitterling to coach baseball at U. of Pittsburgh • Advisory committee collects vocational data as office releases occupation test results • Women hear May Day plans at Tuesday mass meeting • Trucksess addresses pre-legal society on duties of a lawyer • Women participate in two home debates during week • Alspach, Dunn to attend INA Carlisle conclave • Annual intramural fuss Tuesday eve • "New hurling rule will change baseball," Jing • 17 battery candidates largest crop in years • Girls bow to Beaver College Friday afternoon 33-27 • Letter: Students do want wrestling at Ursinus • Dr. Baker, Barbour present different aspect of Jewish problem in new IRC Quarterly • Zeigler elected to head York alumni at dinner Saturday • Make-up artist coming to campus

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Denton Herber, student government, Marylouise Long, Hall Chemical Society, Florence Huet, Curtain Club, Ruby, Robert Trucksess, Mark Alspach, May Day pageant, debate team, wrestling, basketball, baseball, intramural sports, Frank X. Michel, International Relations Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 37, Number 20.

Allen Dunn, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 20, 1939



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