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Six seniors vie for Homecoming Queen • Ursinus students, faculty observe nationwide Vietnam Moratorium; Hundreds attend night procession • President's statement • Editorial: A day of moratorium, a lifetime of commitment • Focus: Vicki Van Horn • Byerly probes Moratorium, SFARC • "The psychiatrist is in" • In our mail bag: Sig Nu replies; Moratorium Day; Orientation • Interaction • Deprived students complain • Faculty portrait: Mr. Ehrlich • In the spotlight: Mr. Prindle, custodian • Administration answers: Scholarship cancellations • Sisters speak • Wailing wall shouts • Better homes • Student body rejects current US draft system • Ursinus on display for annual Parents Day fete • Ursinus hosts studies group • Bill Brown elected "frosh" president • Ten Ursinus seniors selected for '70 Who's Who rating • Late Ursinus pass downs Mules • Bear football tide turning • Bakermen even record; Team called "balanced" • Harriers cop 28th straight • Soph phenom Cash leads Bearettes • October 15, 1969: Vietnam Moratorium at Ursinus
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Homecoming queen, Vietnam War Moratorium, Tree of Life, Donald Helfferich, Vicki Van Horn, Gayle A. Byerly, sororities, Student Faculty Administration Relations Committee, scholarships, Melvyn Ehrlich, Claire Prindle, 447 Main Street, Selective Service, draft, International Studies Association, Parents Day, Bill Brown, Who's Who, football, soccer, cross country, field hockey, Robin Cash
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Gold, Alan; Weaver, Jonathan; Schrager, Eileen; Barr, Robert; Frankel, Harvey; Siegel, Jane; Wollentin, Lynn; Hauser, Marc; Swarr, Bob; Earle, Judith; Yates, Jane; Finkel, Ken; Spacek, Lesa; Whitney, Douglas; Williams, James; Yorgey, Kenneth; Yearly, Jim; Herman, Rudi; and Crane, Cris, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 24, 1969" (1969). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 150.