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Organizations to profit by $10 fee increase • Dr. Armstrong's death grieved; Campus numbed at great loss • Dr. Philip to celebrate 30th Messiah concert • Student group to help plan Ursinus' growth • Tense performance hypnotizes audience • In memoriam • A challenge to those who would avert starvation • Black stereotype: A dead era • "Candlelight and roses" to be Jr. Prom theme • Letters: Focus attacks fielded; Weekly policy criticized • Culture fans may migrate to New York • Poverty pocket thrives in Bomberger catacomb • Focus printed • Strict rules challenged by student assembly speaker • Diskin sails on ship Hope • Gulf Oil grants $1,000 to Chem. Department • Can Thompson-Gay become a Palestra? A title is at stake! • "Jets" thwarted in title quest; Will return for it next year • Bears finish losing season; Disappointment mars end • On Derr steps, Joey Hindle lives! • ZX beats Flowers, wins championships • Greek gleanings

Publication Date

12-5-1967

Publisher

Ursinus College

City

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Keywords

Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, student government, student activities fee, Maurice Whitman Armstrong, William Philip, Messiah, Planning Committee, Curtain Club, famine, Black Power, Junior Prom, Vietnam War, day study students, Focus magazine, rules and customs, Janet Houska, Lance Diskin, Project Hope, Gulf Oil Corporation, Chemistry Department, basketball, cross country, football, Joey Hindle, intramural sports

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This item is available courtesy of the Ursinus College Archives. It is not to be copied or distributed for commercial use.

Disciplines

Cultural History | Higher Education | Liberal Studies | Social History | United States History

Comments

This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 67, Number 5.

Herbert C. Smith, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 5, 1967

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