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Presbyterian Society honors Dr. Armstrong • MSGA meeting; Complaints heard • Student teachers begin assignments Tues., Oct. 8 • SWC seminars on religions of world • "Sputnik" theme of soph dance • Dance, "Ruby" editors subject of junior meeting • Sig Nu holds luncheon • Omega Chi homecoming • '57 Homecoming bring grads back to Ursinus: Gayle Livingston '57 queen; Walker trophy to Famous • Infirmary busy as Ursinians battle "flu" infection • "Faith healing" discussion • Editorial: Medical staff salute • Was ist das? • About sophomore psychology • Ridiculing the fad • Letters to the editor • Speedball • Peterson named to All-East team for outstanding work • Rutgers nip UC; Booters beat grads in annual game • Famous receives Walker trophy at Wilkes game • First defeat for Ursinus as Colonels tame Bears 39 to 0 • Job opportunities announced by the Placement Bureau • KDK Homecoming banquet • Delta Pi Sigma banquet
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Montgomery, Walter W.; King, Arthur; McCabe, Thomas M.; Fontaine, Carl; and Wagman, Sheldon P., "The Ursinus Weekly, October 21, 1957" (1957). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 391.
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