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College to observe Founders' Day here Thursday • Phones busy as 'sinus sirens swing into action • Forum committee tells tentative spring plans • Gebhardt's pageant chosen for May • Courtmen lose lead, game to St. Joe five • Two movies on tuberculosis to be shown in science building • Costumes and music add to effectiveness of Byron sisters' art and magic ability • Curtain Club to stage request performance of 'Vision at Inn' • YM-YW to present "Crusades" • Baby girl born to Mauchlys • Montgomery County alumni to hold informal dinner, dance Friday • Dr. Bancroft vespers speaker • Bear matmen to drop intercollegiate bouts; athletic council makes soccer major sport • Coach Snell's five takes Chestnut Hill • 'Sinus sportsmen in quiz tonite • American league baseball movie here on February 14 • Lafayette beats grapplers • Sorority art exhibit to be open all week • Eighty-six accept bids of frats and sororities • Political science students plan to attend Harrisburg conclave • Women's debating club receives new members, studies isolation • Frosh elect representatives • Sixteen from Ursinus attend Temple conference Friday • Men debate no-decision contest with Scranton junior college
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Dunn, Allen; Barry, Nicholas; and Atkinson, Harry, "The Ursinus Weekly, February 13, 1939" (1939). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 860.
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