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Political rallies at Ursinus to feature broadcast speeches by U.S. senators • Walton signed for fall hop Saturday • Numerous types of receptions astonish, surprise, and dismay Ursinus novices • Ursinus enrollment hits record high, over 200 new students admitted • Snyder and Greene lead first vespers • Weiland and Dubuque choose staffs for 1941 edition of Ruby • First "Gridder" will appear at pep rally on Friday night • Wood plans rally before Dickinson • Ursinus has second largest group at Eaglesmere conference • "Weekly" will feature battle of words, ballots • Seven religious conferences held here during summer • We've had some additions to the family! • Anders medical society will show films at first meeting • Ursinus drives fail to score as bears fall to Lafayette • Bakermen win opener taking Girard by 2-0 • Don Kellett, athlete extraordinary! • Cub hopefuls balance numbers by weights • Freshmen challenge veterans as Snell drills for October 4 • Varied events mark doings of faculty in past summer

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 39, Number 1.

Nicholas Barry, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, September 30, 1940



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