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Don Wedge
... Wedge (August 13, 1929 - April 20, 2012), a native of Carey, Ohio, was an NFL official for 24 years from 1972 to 1996 ... Wedge was born and raised in northwest Ohio ... He then graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University in 1951 where he played fullback ...
Sam Boyle - Head Coaching Record
... Red Devils (Independent) 1900 Dickinson 5–4 Dickinson 5–4 Ohio Wesleyan Battling Bishops (Independent) 1901 Ohio Wesleyan 8–2 1902 Ohio Wesleyan 7–3 Ohio Wesleyan 15–5 Total 29–17–1 ...
Samuel Boyle, Jr. - Head Coaching Record
... Devils (Independent) 1900 Dickinson 5–4 Dickinson 5–4 Ohio Wesleyan Battling Bishops (Independent) 1901 Ohio Wesleyan 8–2 1902 Ohio Wesleyan 7–3 Ohio ...
Ohio Wesleyan University - History - Years of Change, 1930–1984
... registrar reported that, in these years, the number of students from New England states, urban Ohio areas, and from international locations increased ... this period that "in its personnel, its resources, and its students", Ohio Wesleyan lost its "symbiotic intimacy with the United Methodist Church." In 1946, Ohio Wesleyan introduced ... (1968–1984) began with the challenge of campus unrest Ohio Wesleyan students took over the ROTC building, demanded its shut-down, and eventually eliminated ROTC in 1970 ...
History Of Ohio Wesleyan University - Timeline of Recent Developments
... Thomas Courtice is inaugurated as Ohio Wesleyan's 14th president ... sign papers of incorporation on June 30, 1995, establishing The Five Colleges of Ohio, Inc ... The Campaign for Wesleyan goes into its public phase with a goal of $100 million ...

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