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Sorority pledges perpetrate "riot": New dorm fiasco • Seniors chosen for Who's Who • Ursinus coed killed in automobile crash • Premeders attend Phila. conference at Jefferson Med • Annual UC Career Days scheduled for December • Agency to present Mandrake concert • FSEE to be given: Govt. jobs opened • Editorial: Open parties: Let's reconsider • In memoriam • Editorial pot shot • Letters to the editor • Studio art added to curricula; Experiments in media underway • In my opinion • SFARC minutes • USGA announces activities • Political commentary: Election '68 - bad healing wounds • Bearettes still U.S. champs: Snell and company nip Ramettes on late goals by Cash and Porter • Booters ambush mighty Garnets to break two losing streaks: Swarthmore falls to U.C. first time in 35 years • Harriers set record for consecutive wins • Bears wipe out Dickinson with highest point tally in twenty-three seasons • Flowers, Sigma Rho Lambda to meet for championship • Greek gleanings • Exchange column: The student rebel • Reception rooms now open later
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Schneider, Judy; Weaver, Jonathan; Gold, Alan; Jacob, Frederick; Richtmyre, Linda; Turnage, Linda; Sautter, Paul; Crane, Cris; Herman, Rudi; Deboy, James; Williams, James; Sears, David; and Novak, Alan, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 14, 1968" (1968). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 166.