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Stubborn grizzlies hold Diplomats to 12-6 score • "Club 41" features Sat. night activity of sr. week-end; annual ball Friday • Dr. McClure's report features fall meeting of Board of Trustees • Dr. Jerome Davis will conduct Ursinus inter-collegiate conference Wednesday • Ursinus grad will address meeting of pre-med. society • List of student tutors announced by WSGA • Dr. Miller elected to post in pol. sci. association • Johnson to be speaker at Wildwood football banquet • Dr. Bertolet to address chemical society December 9 • Schonfeld relates inside story of the Nazi putsch in Europe at IRC meeting • First issue of "Lantern" to appear on December 15 • "Allie" Dougherty will lead next season's hockey team • First edition of junior paper appeared last Monday evening • Kellet speaks at New Jersey football officials' banquet • Bears hold F and M to 12-6 on "turkey day" • G-burg picks four bears; All-Pa. names five for honorable mention • Selfridge, Augustine and Morrow on Gettysburg seconds • Soccer squads close year, view hopefully 1941 season's play • "Hash" encouraged by new dean's list • Ursinus, Temple battle to 2-2 score; Caulfield proves match for McConaghie • Debaters prep for season in intra-squad practice • Coed debaters discuss the role of women in wartime • French Club to hear Wilcox • Omwake wed in Cleveland • Heibel reviews Frost's poems • Mauchly's tonsils removed

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Norman E. McClure, football, Irvin S. Leinbach, Eugene H. Miller, student government, Russell Johnson, Elmer C. Bertolet, Don Kellett, Thomas Schonfeld, Ken Hashagen, field hockey, soccer, debate team, Alfred Wilcox, Stanley Omwake, John W. Mauchly


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 39, Number 10.

Nicholas Barry, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 2, 1940



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