UMW News BureauMontana Western homecoming 2009 activities begin Monday, Sept. 28 and continue through Sunday, Oct. 4. Monday (Toga Day) 6 p.m. frozen t-shirt relay in the UMW Dining Hall Tuesday (Pre 90’s) 6 p.m. tug of war in the UMW Dining Hall Wednesday (Athletic Day) 6 p.m. Cracker eating contest in UMW Dining Hall 8 to 11 p.m. dance in Lewis and Clark Room Thursday (Twin Day) 6 p.m. big day out on Tundra, P.E. Complex Friday (Red/White Day) 11:15 a.m. Tailgate Party/Car Bash/Concert 5 p.m Fall Rodeo at the Fairgrounds 7 p.m. Volleyball vs. MSU-Northern Saturday 1 p.m. Football vs. Rocky Mountain College 6 p.m. Fall Rodeo at the Fairgrounds 7 p.m. Volleyball vs. University of Great Falls Sunday 11 a.m. Fall Rodeo Finals at Fairgounds
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