Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Salem witch trial to be presented • Y announces Fall activities: Discussions highlight year • Alumni return to U.C. campus: Parties, luncheons, and game • Evening School expands • New faces among faculty: Seven depts. make additions • Homecoming Queens • Trade Commissioner speaks • Editorial • Pep rallies? Students never notice as cheerleaders, band play on; Kids talk during exercises • Super cools disillusion frustrated frosh • Society of the Sigma Xi • M.S.G.A. trial results • Fetterolf men go athletic • Book review • Radio station may offer solution to campus communication problems: Student opinion to dictate length of daily shows • Curfew for women attacked • For Wismer concert Swingle Singers coming: Maturing Agency can now afford major artists • Booters top E. Baptist but lose to Lehigh • Undefeated Wilkes blanks Bears, 24-0 • Bruins top Hopkins on Parents Day, 22-20 • Hockey team wins three openers • JVs win 3 lose 1: 2-1 loss to E-Burg is their first defeat in two years • Ursinus hockey team beats Gettysburg • U.C. hockey squad exhibits poor form while defeating Penn 1-0 • Greek gleanings

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 66, Number 2.

Larry Romane, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 19, 1966



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