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Board appoints Gold new "Weekly" editor • Campus Chest to support Melmark Home and Biafra • College names Alumni Director • USGA discusses drinking; Punishment system needed • College counselors Admissions Center offer students aid • Editors' farewell • Letters to the editor • Conscription not the answer; Voluntary service best solution • Miss Cope enthusiastic about Ursinus challenge • From the Hofstra "Chronicle" • USGA notes • Womens Club plans annual card party • Emig, Novak lead USGA in new council plan • UC student recalls trials, joys of European travel • YM-YWCA officers emphasize civic aid • $500,000 grant for science building awarded to Ursinus • New building to house administrative offices • Williamson and Davis head travel courses • Batsmen begin practice, JV tennis inaugurated • Athletes named for track awards • Dennis recalls his 1930 southern trip • Schwenkler leads UC in swimming finals • Gillespie makes all area squad • Arts Festival '69: A review

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Alan Gold, Campus Chest, Melmark Home, Biafra, Milton E. Detterline, student government, alcohol, Esther S. Cope, draft, Women's Club, study abroad, YMCA, YWCA, Longwood Foundation, administration building, baseball, tennis, track team, golf, Foster Dennis, swimming, Trudy Schwenkler, David Gillespie, Arts Festival


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 68, Number 10.

Judy Schneider, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 20, 1969



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