Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Seven join, six leave Ursinus faculty • UC and 500 colleges schedule Vietnam moratorium Wednesday; Classes not officially cancelled • William D. Reimert dies, Ursinus Board President • Dr. E. Lewis' math textbook aids Ursinus blind students • Pre-Med convention • Dean Harris weds Bryn Mawr man • Editorial: A very good year • Focus: Mike Stoner in exile • Compulsory convocation: Its validity and purpose • New view of Ursinus • Dr. Rice endorses Vietnam moratorium • Kitchen cynic: Suppose U.C. had mandatory convocations • Perspectives • To eat or not to eat • Board names new members • Spotlight: Mr. Jones, cook • Centennial plans • Opinion: Suggestions for revision of the school calendar • Weaver raps • Faculty portrait: Mrs. Lucas • Woodstock vs. Ursinus • Essay on the new age • Building plans • Freshman class • Harriers extend streak to 26 • Shuman, Mangan potential greats • Flying Dutchmen edge Bears on late T.D. • Ursinus drops grid opener to Diplomats • Registration system analyzed • Lack of needed funds signals impending collapse of agency • Astronaut Scott Carpenter opens Fall Forum series • Ursinus accounting students rank first twice, and second

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Richard G. Bozorth, Vietnam War, William D. Reimert, E. Vernon Lewis, Pre-Medical Society, Ruth A. Harris, James C. Harris, Mike Stoner, Convocation, food services, Thomas J. Beddow, William F. Heefner, Wismer dining hall, Roger Jones, calendar reform, Annette Lucas, Woodstock festival, cross country, football, Pete Shuman, Mike Mangan, registration, student accommodations, braille, Agency, Scott Carpenter, accounting exam


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 69, Number 1.

Alan C. Gold, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 10, 1969



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