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All-Ursinus conference will present host of speakers on sports, science, folk lore • Seven junior men honored by Cub and Key at prom • "Weekly" attains recognition at collegiate news convention • Girls' basketball team elects Blanche Schultz to captaincy • I.R.C. admits four; discuss Balkan crisis • Ursinus to represent Michigan at conference • Faith in man and God urged at Jr. vespers • Juniors join comic with serious in "Outward bound" performance • Three represent the college at political science academy • Dubuque heads debaters • Pre-legalites to hear High • TKA to meet at Bucknell • Crowded slum areas studied on "Y" trip • Cindermen start season with triangular meet • Dr. Tyson will talk tennis at phys. ed. meeting here Wed. • Ball team will travel for opener at Lehigh • Snell racqueteers meet Penn squad on May 3 • Brotherhood elects Knettler, Adams, and Zetty to offices • Three fraternities choose heads for 1940-41 year • English Club hears review • Women's Club to hear program by playwright

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Cub and Key Society, International Relations Club, basketball, A. Augustus Welsh, Samuel H. High, debate team, George R. Tyson, baseball, track team, tennis, Daniel Reed


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 38, Number 22.

Nicholas Barry, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 15, 1940



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