Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Gulf Oil Corporation awards scholarships to U.C. science scholars • Scrounge Lounge opens; Provides place for chat • Traditional banquet takes on a new look • Seven Ursinus seniors named to Who's who • Memorial service: Dr. John Vorrath • Ecological concern group sponsors recycling project • Editorial: False alarm; Scrounge! • Focus: Stan Talley • Messiah sung tonight; Annual U.C. tradition • Faculty portrait: Mr. Walter Marsteller • Administration answers • Ursinus presents gift of $1,500 to Collegeville • Francis Davis speaks at Sigma Xi meeting • Slumming it • Critic's choice: Thanksgiving, Marcus Welby M.D., Jamie Brockett and hayrides • Spotlight: Mr. Philip Harvey • Bears even record; Future looks good • Their work is never done • Letter to the editor • Soccer season closes: 4 wins, 7 losses, 3 ties • USGA notes • Outing Club braves cold • Ursinus Harriers place second in Middle Atlantic Conference
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Gulf Oil Foundation, student-faculty lounge, Bomberger chapel, Women's Christmas banquet, Women's Campus Council, Who's who, John Vorrath, recycling, Ecological Concern, false alarms, Stanley L. Talley, Messiah, William F. Philip, all-weather track, Walter Marsteller, Borough of Collegeville, Francis Davis, weather, Philip William Harvey, Main Point, basketball, soccer, Outing Club, French Creek State Park, student government, cross country
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Silver, Candy; Friedenberg, David; Heinemeyer, Gail; Wible, Sandra; Swarr, Bob; Keim, Molly; Spacek, Lesa; Siegel, Jane; Cook, Lindsley; Hunter, Douglas; Connell, Ruthann; Redmond, Michael; and Knight, Carol, "The Ursinus Weekly, December 9, 1971" (1971). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 114.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 71, Number 8.
Candy Silver, editor.