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Speaker Clinchy shows threat of ideology clash • Open house program includes track meet, exhibits, exams • Penn invites three to bicentennial this fall • Seniors revolutionize program of Class Day • Le Art's Ambassadors to play for May hop • "King's daughters" is feature of Mothers' Day entertainment • The lovable Sycamore family comes to Ursinus • Dubuque wins contest • Lantern deadline announced • Review of Ursinus athletic program • Counseling system used aids student adjustment • Placement tests indicate high ranking of Ursinus freshmen • Application of three tests to educational institutions should precede matriculation • Ursinus graduates win med. school success • Lookin' at Ursinus and where we live • Footprints is novel theme featured as "Ruby" makes earliest debut in years • French, German clubs to give joint "doggie" roast and sing • Phys Ed. Club elects • Manuscript Club elects Shisler • Varsity acquires wins from Leb. Valley, Swarthmore; J.V.'s lose to Brown Prep • Raban breaks Ursinus record as bears lose • Over 500 compete in scholastic meet here • Racqueteers top Swarthmore co-eds; men lose to F. and M. • Hillegass, Wood elected heads of forum group • Showalter inducted into office at banquet of student council • Dr. Stoner to address pre-meds. on Tuesday • Mauchly attends Washington convention of physics society • Bruehl talks to Newman Club • Tau Sig's exhibit hobbies • Dr. Russell Sturgis discusses cultural aspects of sciences • Fraternity election results

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Everett R. Clinchy, Curtain Club, Madge Harshaw, Joseph Dubuque, library, Ruby, basketball, football, tennis, track team, baseball, golf, William Stoner, fraternities, John W. Mauchly, Charles Bruehl, Tau Sigma Gamma


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 38, Number 25.

Nicholas Barry, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 6, 1940



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