Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Fraternities hopeful as Homecoming approaches; Reigning Queen to be selected in regal runoff • Student teachers gain experience • Frosh elect officers; President sets goals • Curtain Club changes name to ProTheatre • Ryan Brothers highlights UC folk concert • Editorial: A matter of concern • On love and hate • "Coke culture to stay" Glenesk tells Forum • Letters • Dr. Byerly raps Greeks; Calls rushing "degrading" • Freshmen induction: Questionable success • Intruders in concert • Exchange column • Another view: Ursinus change • Opinion: Political commentary • Expansion necessitates dormitory renovations • SFARC minutes • Ursinus students to participate in TV program • U.C. students speak at pre-med meeting • Parents feted at gala event • Bear Gridders fall to Johns Hopkins and Lebanon Valley; Streaking Harriers extend undefeated string to fifteen • Grau predicts comeback for soccer squad • A little bit about everything or not much about anything • UC hockey team edges Penn, 2-1 as Cash scores decisive goal • Ursinus must stop Muhlenberg offense • Sig Rho and Apes are on top in I.T. fraternity division; Flowers down Day Study, 13-6 • Greek gleanings

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, fraternities, sororities, Homecoming queen, student government, Llewellyn P. Smith, Curtain Club, ProTheatre, Mike Ryan, Denny Ryan, student teaching, John T. Sheldon, Vietnam War, William Glenesk, Gayle A. Byerly, freshman orientation, Intruders, rules and customs, dormitories, Student Faculty Administration Relations Committee, Parents Day, Premedical Society, Channel 39, College Speak-in, football, soccer, Dave Grau, intramural sports, field hockey


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 68, Number 2.

Judy Schneider, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 17, 1968



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