Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Ditter denounces collectivism at Founders' Day exercises • Committee lists program for Peerce concert on Thursday • Men beat women in "battle of wits" • Four debaters suffer trials and tribulations • Dr. J.R. Hart will speak this Sunday • Guy Albany to play for hop, March 8 • Movies will be shown tonight and tomorrow • Speaker gives proposals for U.S. foreign policy • Glassmoyer will speak to pre-legal tonight • "Basic blame" problem debated by women with Lebanon Valley • Survey shows students favor military training • Information is released for teaching applicants • Government conference to be held April 18-21 • Split in Reformed Church resulted in founding of Ursinus; college's status questioned at first • Ursinus and Gettysburg battle for first place here on Saturday • Bears defeat Albright, 39-34; beat F. and M. in exciting tilt • Co-eds top Beaver by 42 to 25 Friday • Frosh defeated by F. and M., Albright • Gettysburg defeats Ursinus grapplers • The librarian's musings; suggested modern books • "Goodly fellowship" reviewed by Vera Harley at English Club • Manuscript Club members meet tonight at home of Dr. Yost
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Jan Peerce, J. William Ditter, John Robbins Hart, French Club, Edgar B. Cale, Thomas P. Glassmoyer, debate team, Founders Day, wrestling, basketball, Calvin D. Yost, library
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Alspach, Mark D.; Rauhauser, John F.; Yoh, Robert C.; and Miller, Charles H., "The Ursinus Weekly, February 19, 1940" (1940). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 834.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 38, Number 16.
Mark Alspach, editor-in-chief.