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Board elects Nicholas T. Barry new "Ursinus Weekly" editor • Weiland to edit 1941 "Ruby"; Dubuque is business manager • "Law and morals" Goodrich's subject • Candidates listed for April elections • C.A. Kulp talks on old-age security • Jr. ticket committee explains special price • Snyder sets April 2 for spring "Lantern" issue • Members of faculty quizzed in poll express sentiments on third term • 21-year voting age favored by students • Party is planned for conference week-end • I.R.C. quizzed on current events; will admit members • Committee heads are selected for women's May Day pageant • "Hal" Moyer chosen honorary basketball captain for season • Ursinus players on all-star quintets • Infield and outfield candidates report • Dorm battlers vie Wednesday in gym • Frosh won five of twelve games • John DeBold wins conference trophy • Undefeated Temple beaten by co-eds • Conference committee secures two speakers • Vespers speaker points way to achieve true personality • Temple professor to address pre-medical society Tuesday
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, student government, Herbert F. Goodrich, Lantern, International Relations Club, basketball, baseball, Edwin N. Faye, M. J. Oppenheimer
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Alspach, Mark D.; Herber, Denton; Carter, Harvey L.; and Showalter, Harry L., "The Ursinus Weekly, March 18, 1940" (1940). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 838.
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