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Senator J. A. Ellender holds Willkie temperamentally unfit for president • Importance of 'but' told by vespers talk • Connor calls news staff to plan for Jr. paper • Republican rally to hear Davis tomorrow evening • Rev. Mr. Faye '24, to speak on problems of college students • Prof. Mauchly gives lecture at conference of physicists • Hoosier prophet ventures vote prognostication • Get a mask for Friday! • Results of Berlin-Tokyo axis discussed in IRC panel talks • Meistersingers to sing at Collegeville-Trappe assembly • "Minutes before, Huey and I were talking..." • Campaigning with Yehudi! • Mules' offensive attack swamps bears by 15-6 • Allison leads 'Fords against bakermen, 3-0 • Rootin' tootin' bout slated, Nov. 5, Sam's arena • Ursinus hockeyites blank Rosemont • Baker is optimistic on soccer future • English Club admits seven; discusses books for review • Joyce Ward reports plans of women's archery practice • 'Big sisters' treat freshmen and co-ed transfers at movie • Pre-legals fingerprinted; hear of scientific detection

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, James J. Davis, Joseph A. Ellender, James Carter, John W. Mauchly, Edwin N. Faye, Harvey L. Carter, International Relations Club, Huey Long, library, field hockey, football, soccer


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 39, Number 5.

Nicholas Barry, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 28, 1940



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