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Fourteen join faculty; Dept. heads named for Philos. & Economics • 227 freshmen begin studies; 3 foreign students included • Professors recognized for teaching excellence • Stained glass exhibit on display at Ursinus • Joint effort concert features Intruders • Editorial: Student activism - radical or responsible? • Frosh at Shalom; Dinks on till 12th • The "illegalities" of Ursinus law • The great society? • Editorial: Everyone's problem • Freeland's days numbered; Library to rise on site • Graduate school aspirants urged to prepare early • Forums replace required chapel • Studio art to highlight new fine arts course • Annual Parents Day planned for Oct. 12 • Franklin & Marshall passing stops Bears in season opener • Ursinus hockey squad hopes for eighth undefeated year • Baker counts on frosh to bolster soccer team • Undefeated Harriers aim for MAC title • Greek gleanings
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, William Bedford Williamson, Donald J. Hunter, Bal Mokand Anand, Philip E. Williams, Edward R. Seltzer, Rhodesia, Sendai, Japan, William F. Philip, E. Vernon Lewis, Gayle A. Byerly, Lindback Award, Intruders, stained glass, Willet Studios, Al Capp, freshman orientation, rules and customs, Freeland Hall, James P. Craft, Esther S. Cope, Paul A. Tambrino, Alan B. Poritz, Parents Day, William Blenesk, Forum program, Richard Olof Sorensen, football, cross country, field hockey, soccer, sororities, fraternities
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Schneider, Judy; Gold, Alan; Weaver, Jonathan; Jacob, Frederick; Jackson, Byron; Crane, Cris; Picconi, John S.; and Miller, Thomas, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 3, 1968" (1968). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 163.