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Johnson depicts the Ursinus grad as a substantial citizen • Forum completing plans for Wallace's address • McClure tells Bath parish of "work of Christian college" • Class of '41 meets to perfect weekend plans • Tyson will speak to 100th meeting of school directors • Dr. Harner to address Thanksgiving vespers • Men will debate Albright and Muhlenberg to open season • Importance of radiology to be topic of pre-med meeting • Robber enters Sprankle during Friday supper hour and steals valuables • Beardwood Chemical Society hears of dangerous drugs • Brilliant jayvee record reviewed by Pancoast • Bear gridders surprised by Dragons in dad's day game to tune of 12-8 • Blue Hens down blue, gold bears 2-1 • Nat Hogeland plays left inner on all-college squad • Nat Hogeland leads hockey team in losing battle with Beaver 'mudders' • Women basketball players give fouls demonstration • Hamilton High takes jayvee boosters in 5-0 frigid contest • Women's debating club talks on place of women in war • New members of IRC talk on delicate Balkan situation • Modern language group and French Club join in social • Sheeder elected member of college academic council
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Russell Johnson, Norman E. McClure, George R. Tyson, Lawrence B. Rentschler, debate team, International Relations Club, Sprankle Hall, J. Howard Graham, Nevin C. Harner, Henry A. Wallace, Women's Club, Natalie Hogeland, soccer, football, field hockey, Franklin I. Sheeder
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Barry, Nicholas; Adams, Garnet; Cooke, Robert L. Jr.; and Showalter, Harry L., "The Ursinus Weekly, November 18, 1940" (1940). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 799.
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