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Evaluation favorable; Provincialism assailed • Nixon overwhelms Humphrey; "Rightward" trend reflected • Founders' Day honors alumni; Honorary degrees conferred • "Secret society" members elected • Placement Office offers services to '69 graduates • Barbara Bruzgo crowned '68 Homecoming Queen • Editorial: Activities chaos • Grand Dragon at U.C.; Klan views stated • Grape conspiracy • Letters to the editor • Formation of a fourth party • Editorial: Literary dilemma • Arts forum features four faculty speakers • Opinion: Sulphuric acid + gas • Bears rip Garnet in Homecoming game after humiliating defeat at Muhlenberg • Gillespie and Gane selected as co-captains • Soccer team defeated by Mules and Delaware as Grau is injured • Inside track: And Drexel makes eighteen • Bearettes and West Chester battle here next Thursday • Magicians, Homecoming and R. J. Whatley • Flowers are still undefeated as I.T.F.L. enters fourth week; Beta Sig upsets Sig Rho, 12-7 • Del Valley's QB is man to watch • Hockey team destroys opponents; Cash and Landis star, score 13 • Greek gleanings
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Schneider, Judy; Gold, Alan; Picconi, John S.; Jacob, Frederick; Stemler, Janet; Jackson, Byron; Sears, David; Novak, Alan; Griffith, Georgette; Williams, James; Herman, Rudi; Solomon, Howard; Yorgey, Kenneth; Deboy, James; Crane, Cris; Heinemeyer, Gail; and Sautter, Paul, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 31, 1968" (1968). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 165.