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Dr. Leinbach speaks to vespers on "compassion for the multitude" • Dexter points way to better city rule • Kathryn Boghetti, contralto, will sing concert here February 20 • Len Mayfair's band to play for Lorelei • Dr. Niblo exhibits collection of books • AAUW hears musical program at Miss Spangler's cottage • Sheeder addresses meeting of Bethlehem church group • Rauhauser, Melson debate on union of U.S., Britain • Editor of 1938 "Weekly" wins Columbia scholarship • Christian organizations plan retreat to Arcola Sunday • Austrian refugee Schonfeld to speak again before IRC • Chemists, lawyers to hear lecture on unusual patents • Hemisphere solidarity is all-Ursinus theme • College heads re-elect Dr. McClure treasurer • Curtain Club adds nine to membership on Wednesday • French Club hears folk song recordings at meeting • Tadley heads for Calif. and A's training camp • Byron and Lownes represent women in Immaculata debate • Stevens' grapplers beat Muhlenberg frosh fall at Norr. • Bears bow to Crusaders and Bucknell after slaying Dragon • Sextet spanks Garnet by 33-19 trouncing • Cub passers annex wins over Drexel, Perkiomen prep. • Week-end trip upstate is unproductive
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Paul S. Leinbach, Sidney B. Dexter, James M. Niblo, Franklin I. Sheeder, Marion Spangler, Vernon D. Groff, YMCA, YWCA, Norman E. McClure, Thomas Schonfeld, basketball, wrestling, debate team, Jim Tadley
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Barry, Nicholas and Adams, Garnet, "The Ursinus Weekly, February 10, 1941" (1941). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 807.
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