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Coeds choose Lees, Poling, Claflin leaders • Harrisburg group hears Ade, Toll at conclave • Dictators main peace threat say conference leaders • Plays Saturday night week-end feature • May sports hop makes lucky Friday 13 • Wimer new YM head; appoints cabinet • Alumnus develops Sweden in "Forefathers" address • Stoudt, Craigie to play leads in "First lady" • Girls hear vocation charts by career women • Embryo lawyers discuss organization of club • "Mikado" again in rehearsal • Temple leads • "Charm, attractiveness, especially a mysterious allurement" • Musical variety features club's Easter program • Pre-meds to hear Dr. Eger at next week's meeting • Clawson addresses Berks County math club • Sheeder, Old, Ursinus visit Lansdale, Camden schools • Batsmen beat Lehigh, but lose to Lafayette • Stine close victory in intramural tourney • Cindermen place third in meet at Drexel • Ware's "racketeers" down Bryn Mawr Sat. 3-2 • 'Sinus second college in U.S. with cricket team • Hill defeats bear J.V.s 9-5; meet Villanova today • Musical organizations hold concert in Bomberger • Witmer addresses faculty club at April meeting • Frosh parade makes College Humor • Women end forensic season • Baird, Martin, DeWire to enter graduate schools • Biology students spend week-end in New York • Ursinus line coach to wed during football season

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, YMCA, YWCA, student government, Frank A. Schrepfer, Curtain Club, Ralph L. Johnson, supply store, charm school, Music Club, German Club, Manuscript Club, Sherman A. Eger, baseball, track team, tennis, Pete Stevens, debate team, freshmen customs, Martin W. Witmer


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 36, Number 25.

Allen Dunn, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 25, 1938



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