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Johnson to head Old Timers' dance • 'Y' organizations make plans for coming year at camp Arcola retreat • Director of college succumbs, was prominent Norristown physician • Carter heads delegation to debating conclave • Devils fight bears scoreless in home turf battle Saturday • Rev. Mr. Wentzel tells "What it means to be religious" at vespers • Fireside chats consider Ursinus students' needs • Sherwood Messner to address YM-YWCA meeting Wednesday • Pre-meds see movies on anatomy at opening meeting • Executive board of IRC maps plans for coming year • Haines political society elects Dubuque and Adams officers • Benjamin calls special meeting of chemical group • Deardorff's initial Gridder features article by Kellett • Dubuque tells Republicans of election's meaning to youth • "Jing" Johnson, coach, and players speak at pep rally • Owlmen down booters by 6-1 score Friday • Pancoast drills bear cubs for opening game Oct. 19 • Alumnus speaks before Brotherhood of St.Paul

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Francis T. Krusen, YMCA, YWCA, Fred D. Wentzel, debate team, football, Joseph Dubuque, International Relations Club, Edward N. Faye, soccer


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 39, Number 2.

Nicholas Barry, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 7, 1940



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