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Pulitzer winner speaks on economic insight • Students elect USGA committee to co-ordinate students, faculty • Tragedy shocks students; Death of senior mourned • Class officers elected; Frosh choose leaders • Chi Alpha sets program plans • UC freshman tops Curtain Club's cast • Editorial • A hall is not a home • Radio-free Canada • A modest proposal, a satire: For preventing dissent and resentment on the Ursinus campus, and for increasing unity of thought • Poker flats open amid dissent; Latest in do-it-yourself dorms • Rebirth of learning anticipated: Fine arts added to curriculum • WRUC goes AM-FM, plans live sportscasts • Impact of EXPO • College Scholars Program to end "cult of courses" • Bears outplayed, outclassed in Hopkins debacle • Bears battered by Blue Jays following 6-6 tie with Mules • Booters sweep two in convincing style, soccer year bright • Intramural corner • Moser's two goals assure hockey win • Jayvees open year with double shutout • Greek gleanings
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Smith, Herbert C.; Coyne, Timothy C.; Jackson, Byron; Page, Gilbert Louis; and Jacob, Frederick, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 12, 1967" (1967). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 178.
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