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Four new instructors added to language • Dorm fiasco creates problems; Seniors lose top priority rooms • Committee announces Parents' Day program • Miss Congeniality title awarded to Betsy Miller in beauty pageant • Baum exhibits local artistry • Frosh learn customs under CCC guidance • Summer election fills ranks with new Board members • Editorial • The Anti-death league • When push comes to shove • In retrospect: Our past editor speaks out • Elegy to a country campus • Student shortage threatens U.C.: Private colleges face danger • Smoke clouds marijuana issue • Soul Brothers and somethin' kinda new • Drs. Wagner recuperate • Phi Chi chapter • Directors lead drive • New dam, roads, housing bring Collegeville to brink of urbanization • Victory over Mules could shatter losing complex • Returning veterans mark UC Harriers for winning year • Starless soccermen count on teamwork • UC hockey helped by Frosh turnout • Greek gleanings
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Harriet Axler, Annette Lucas, Sandra Narin, Vernon R. Morris, Parents Day, dormitories, Reimert Hall, Betsy Miller, Wismer Hall, Walter Emerson Baum, Board of Directors, Vietnam War, Kingsley Amis, enrollment, marijuana, Soul Brothers Six, James Wagner, Paul Wagner, Psi Chi, fundraising, urbanization, football, cross country, soccer, field hockey, sororities, fraternities
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Smith, Herbert C.; Jackson, Byron; Romane, Lawrence; and Jacob, Frederick, "The Ursinus Weekly, September 28, 1967" (1967). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 177.
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