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Besse Howard will lead Wed. forum on pan- America • Bomberger committee will present Kathryn Boghetti in concert Thursday • Agan selects Arnold as junior prom chairman for formal on April 18 • Bear quintet in early season form defeat favored Muhlenberg, 43-41 • Juniors receive copies of class paper tonight • All-U conference and student service drive discussed at Y retreat • Women hold upper hand as Lorelei nears • Lincoln University will lead February 23 vespers • Showalter puts 'Lantern' deadline at February 21 • Dean Hitchler to speak tonight to law students • Hemisphere union debated by women at Wagner, Rutgers • French Club to see movie • Sturges to review Masefield • Schonfeld to discuss sports • Abstract from Hartley Simpson's book review of Dr. N. E. McClure's "Letters of John Chamberlain" • Amazons swamp Drexel and take Penn, but fall before ex-mates • High-scoring Lions hand grizzlies a drubbing, 57-35 • Kellettmen bow before last minute spurt of Mule frosh • MacMahon and Barab lead scoring parades • Rutgers pins bears by 29-10 victory • Albright freshmen beat cubs in 38-37 thriller Wednesday • Johnson releases 1941 Ursinus football card • Y committee to sponsor card party this Saturday • Prof. Michael conducts survey of 1940 class • Mr. Sheeder to publish survey article in registrars' publication • Jackson tells of attorneys' experiences with inventions • Men debaters travel to western part of the state • Thomas Schonfeld speaks before IRC meeting • Miss Spangler leads Valley Forge choir in Wayne recital • TKA to induct new members with banquet and contest • Hartman, Robbins in radio debate on "isms" question • Wagner receives Doctor of Philosophy degree at Penn
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Besse Howard, Lorelei, Walter Hitchler, English Club, library, wrestling, basketball, Norman E. McClure, YMCA, YWCA, Russell C. Johnson, Eugene B. Michael, Joseph Gray Jackson, debate team, Franklin I. Sheeder, Marion Spangler, International Relations Club, Tau Kappa Alpha, Paul R. Wagner
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Barry, Nicholas; Ditter, J. William Jr.; Smith, Eva J.; Tredinnick, Robert; Binder, Fred; and Davis, Douglas, "The Ursinus Weekly, February 17, 1941" (1941). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 808.
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