Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Helen Dix is elected Spring Festival Queen • Cartoonist Al Capp featured at Commencement exercises; Ledbetter at Baccalaureate • Alumni Day '68 welcomes grads; Drama featured • Barb Bruzgo wins in silver contest • Evening session added to '68 Summer school • Summer reading plan announced • Editorial: The losing battle • New art exhibit elicits criticism • Negro minister offers race problem solution • Hooray for Joshua Lyman • Judiciary Board amendment would eliminate weaknesses • The "illegalities" of Ursinus law • Admission of Negro girls provides difficult situation • New profs include economist, historian • SFARC minutes • Final exam schedule • Ursinus Thinclads go undefeated only to falter in championships: Baseballers lose to Lehigh, compile 6-12 log for season • U.C. netmen beat Albright; Celebrate at Red Cedars • Lacrosse girls tie Ramettes; Softballers finish with win • Greek gleanings

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Spring Festival, Helen Dix, Al Capp, Theodore S. Ledbetter, Alumni Day, Barbara Bruzgo, Reed and Barton Silversmiths, Summer Reading Committee, Evening School, Martin H. Bury, Tom Skinner, Joshua Lyman, Judiciary Board, rules and customs, admissions, Donald J. Hunter, Derk Visser, Student Faculty Administration Relations Committee, baseball, tennis, lacrosse, softball, sororities, fraternities


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 67, Number 14.

Judy Schneider, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 23, 1968



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