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Fighting bears eleven smothered by strong Bucknell squad, 33-7 • Louisiana senator to address Democratic rally next week; Republican senator Davis to follow, October 29 • Singers will appear in recital at Ursinus • Bowen will chairman senior ball on Dec.6 • McClure assails defeatism at local high school dedication • Mediation services arranged by religious organizations • Beardwood society presents film "Water power" tonight • Perpetuation of democracy is theme of vespers speaker • Regional secretary addresses Y's first Wednesday program • Lesher and co. redecorate Highland • IRC suspends publication of quarterly; expense prohibitive • Johnson hearing orchestras for Old Timers' Day choice • Campus artists display talent in first musical • Bone-breakers of gridiron are jaw-breakers for fans • Viennese frosh finds Paris wonderful, but America profuse with drug stores, vendors • New student writers sought for first issue of "Lantern" • Lafayette booters defeat bears, 1-0 • Hockeyites tie opening game at West Chester • Eleanor Frost Snell • Kellett eleven will travel to Newark for game with Hens • Women's tournament in tennis opens October 10 • Republicans select college publicity head from Ursinus • Many; varied relationships to present and past Ursinus students found among freshmen • French Club bans English! • Snyder enters MIT as U.S. Army meteorological trainee

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Norman E. McClure, Clara B. Myers, YMCA, YWCA, Highland Hall, International Relations Club, Music Club, library, Hanny Allina, football, field hockey, Eleanor Snell, soccer, tennis, Willard Snyder, Harry Showalter


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 39, Number 3.

Nicholas Barry, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 14, 1940



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