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YM-YWCA participates in community projects • Queen Linda Clarke crowned at 1969 Homecoming fete; IF Council disqualifies Tighe • Gustav Benrath addresses Founder's Day audience on early Ursinus history • Student actors sought for movie production • Heilemann named to inter-disciplinary post • Editorials: Forgotten weekends; Fraternity queen? • Focus: Phil Moore • Faculty portrait: Sandra Kerawalla • Letters to the editor: Schnoll vs. Ehrlich; Mother Van Horn; Congratulations; Campus Chest; Double standard; Open letter to President Helfferich • "No jag" • Spotlight: Bobbie & Charlie Lutz • Perspectives: Oct. 15 • UC Harriers streak broken by F & M • Gridders tie Towson on field goal 34-34 • Ursinus defense is well balanced • West Chester shuts out Bearettes in hockey 3-0 • Is Paul McCartney dead? Beatle McCartney is reported alive, rumor to contrary
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Gold, Alan; Moore, Robert; Barr, Robert; Earle, Judith; Siegel, Jane; Hauser, Marc; Faaet, Allen; Herman, Rudi; Crane, Cris; and Williams, James, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 7, 1969" (1969). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 151.
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