Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Cultural opportunities abound at U.C. during 1966: Art exhibit • Orientation brings return of the dink: Red and gold revived on the U.C. scene • U.C. hosts parents on October 8 • Politics main theme of Forums • Record enrollment • NSA tests open to upperclassmen • Academy of Music sponsors student concerts • Luxurious new dorms opened • Editorial • Frosh meet challenge of matriculation blues • Letters to the editor • Book review • What's in a name? You'd be amazed! • New cars, big engines in news • Wilkinson's inmates undismayed by unfinished state of dorm • Booters strive for coherence, consistency • Bears impress in scoreless opener • Youthful gridders much improved since 1965 • Gurzynski's runners face Eastern Baptist Friday • Fall hockey preview: Loss of strong line players leaves gaps • Greek gleanings

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Central Coordinating Committee, customs, traditions, dink, orientation, Parents Day, James A. Michener, John Akar, enrollment, National Security Agency, Susan Starr, Philadelphia Orchestra, Wilkinson Hall, J. Truman Ebert, WRUC radio, Games people play, Eric Berne, place names, post offices, automobiles, soccer, football, cross country, field hockey, fraternities, sororities


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 66, Number 1.

Larry Romane, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 6, 1966



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