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Dr. Penniman to be commencement speaker; baccalaureate sermon by Rev. P. Leinbach • Prom, play head junior week-end • Campus women select leaders • TKA meeting • Open house committee plans varied program • Dr. Yost Jr. notes changes in reviewing new Lantern • Worcester elected head of lettermen's group • Men's council postpones elections until early May • Paper staff members hear address by A. H. Hendricks • Ursinus plans annual high school track meet • Y.M. names Fenstermacher president for coming year • Council on student activities calls off May 8 Ruby dance • Yost to speak at vespers • Professor Young to speak on problems of Near East • Preparations for May Day to be completed this week • Correlation, subject of study of class in mathematics 16 • Glassmoyer announces Ruby to appear on campus May 15 • Paisley topic announced • Wildcats take first game from grizzlies • Track, field men practice intensively for first meet • Worster gets lone victory as netmen lose to Roses • Stine wins foul-shot contest; Derr leads for dorm plaque • Track and field records of past season are compiled • J.V's to open versus Hill • Girls' tennis dates fixed • Dramatist to address Y.W.
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Josiah Penniman, student government, Calvin D. Yost, Varsity Club, Glee Club, German Club, English Club, Hall Chemical Society, debate team, Herrick Young, May Day pageant, track team, basketball, tennis, baseball, YMCA, YWCA
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Lipkin, Abe E., "The Ursinus Weekly, April 20, 1936" (1936). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 958.
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