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Gymnasium to be transformed into "rainbow room" at prom • Three hundred people attend YM-YW "fine arts-fine living" conference • Collegeville community club to give "Schumann matinee" • Ursinus represented at model league assembly • No danger of war, Willauer asserts • New York world's fair offers student prices • Kenneth Snyder elected editor-in-chief of Lantern • Miss Helen Lyon will speak at "Y" program • "Tulip town" to present picture of Dutch life • Philip, Wilcox receive honors during week • Co-ed tennis squad to open season April 24 with Rosemont • Bear batsmen drop pair of games to Temple and Bucknell • Varsity Club banquets; Atkinson new president • Hashagen drills thirty-two cinder aspirants for first meet Saturday • President McClure to address Philadelphia alumni association • Stahl brothers will display exhibit of pottery on April 26 • Ursinus students to attend government conference
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, YMCA, YWCA, student government, Philip B. Willauer, William F. Philip, Alfred M. Wilcox, May Day pageant, tennis, baseball, track team, Hall Chemical Society, German Club, Curtain Club, French Club, Norman E. McClure, Pennsylvania Dutch
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Alspach, Mark D. and Yoder, Morris, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 17, 1939" (1939). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 867.
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