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Students urge action on Vietnam question • Conscientious objector relates opinions in Y-Forum program • Stringfellow reveals American sicknesses • Charles Simpson heads Founders' Day program • Pi Nu to sponsor evening of music • Messiah rehearses for 30th rendition • Editorial: The four year wait • Your chance to participate! • Private sea: LSD and the search for God • Its about time: Ursinus campus responds strongly to Weekly policy concerning Asian situation • Ursinus student discusses attitudes to Vietnam War: John Schlegel speaks from experience • Comprehensive exams create controversy • Fine arts students venture to New York • "Typical" student enters monastery • Ursinus vs. West Chester: Game to decide U.S. hockey champ • Harriers sweep four more; Set sights on league crown • Bears topple Devils after DelVal defeat • Goal by Totterweich is turning point as Booters top LaSalle • Greek gleanings • Ursinus girls shine in all-college match
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Vietnam War, Vietnam Discussion Committee, William Stringfellow, Robert Leverington, YMCA, YWCA, Pi Nu Epsilon, Charles G. Simpson, Founders Day, Messiah, Betsy Miller, Homecoming Queen, student government, New Theology, LSD, John Schlegel, comprehensive examinations, Fine Arts, field hockey, cross country, football, soccer, Geoff Totterweich, sororities, fraternities
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Smith, Herbert C.; Jackson, Byron; Searfoss, Gene; Gold, Alan; and Jacob, Frederick, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 9, 1967" (1967). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 180.
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