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"Design for understanding" is all-Ursinus conference theme • Mr. Bailey improved • Jan Peerce interview reveals past hardships, future plans • Old England scene of pageant May 11 • Dr. Philip reviews Jan Peerce concert • Leads for boosters' melodrama chosen • Dr. Hart relates needs of student's personality • First week of May set for "Ruby" appearance • Albany's band to play in Hawaiian atmosphere • Pre-legal club named after J. Lynn Barnard • Trade agreements topic for Wednesday forum • Blum, Showalter win decision in debate at Dickinson College • Ursinus representatives attend student council conference • Picture sittings for 1940 'Ruby' listed • Posters to publicize open scholarships • Dr. Carter helps judge debates for two high school groups • Dr. Price '05, to head Montgomery Co. alumni • College students are opposed to hazing; freshmen uphold old customs of initiation • Women debaters meet Leb. Valley tomorrow • Mary Robbins will discuss "Pan-Americanism" at IRC • Gettysburg, Swarthmore and Drexel beaten by basketeers • Matmen pin Mules for initial triumph • Undefeated co-eds top pair of rivals • Norristown Y cubs' first court victim • League race will probably be decided during coming week: Bears to meet two opponents away; F. and M. has three games to play
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, May Day pageant, Jan Peerce, John Hart, Ruby, Henry L. Deimel, Harvey L. Carter, debate team, International Relations Club, John B. Price, freshmen customs, basketball, wrestling
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Alspach, Mark D.; Rauhauser, John F.; and Philip, William F., "The Ursinus Weekly, February 26, 1940" (1940). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 835.
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