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250,000 march on Washington to protest Nixon's Viet War effort: 1965 Ursinus graduate leads Moratorium parade in US Air Force attire • 3 frosh injured in auto accident • Pre Med Convention tours Temple U. medical school • Ecumenism experiment now underway at U.C. • Editorials: The thrill of victory; When will it end? • Focus: Tom Branca • "Liberate the nut" • Letters to the editor: Campus Chest; Gripe; Never ending; Change; Mr. Faaet • Faculty portrait: F. Donald Zucker • Equality • Administration answers: Freedom of assembly • Coffee house conquers • Spotlight: Collegeville cop • I am curious (Morris) shocks Ursinus audience • Contemplations: Red neck kit • Security system • Hitch-hiking Bear Harriers victorious, finish dual meet season with 11-1 mark • Bearettes all make All-College • Gridders best since 1931 • Bears should be MAC champs • Dickinson edged by UC 21-20 • Centennial Football Day at Ursinus
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Vietnam War Moratorium, United States Air Force, automobile accident, Pottstown, Premedical Society, ecumenism, Milton E. Detterline, Tom Branca, Campus Chest, F. Donald Zucker, Betsy Gwynn, women's liberation, coffee house, John J. McKernan, police department, Franklin Morris, security, cross country, field hockey, football
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Gold, Alan; Weaver, Jonathan; Siegel, Jane; Hauser, Marc; Allen, Ruth; Swarr, Bob; Turnage, Linda; Sears, David; Earle, Judith; Herman, Rudi; Crane, Cris; and Williams, James, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 21, 1969" (1969). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 152.
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