Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Delta Pi's queen reigns at annual Homecoming • U.C. students aid delinquents • Founder's Day emphasizes church relationship: Three honorary degrees conferred • U.C. poetry reading • CBS reporter to speak at Forum • Behind the scenes innovations • Faculty team at War College • Local businesses educate employees • Editorial: Salvation; The moon is down • On cinnamon and seething • Letters to the editor: If you can't win fairly, cheat? • Book review • New faculty building announced; Program gains momentum • Freeland's ghost laments disrespect for traditions • Lyndon Johnson in Collegeville? Recent visit proves possibility: Receives giant welcome from Polish • Dickinson tops Bears in fourth quarter, 13-10 • Booters blank Delaware; Lose to Swarthmore, Haverford • Alfred whips UC, 60-8 • Cross country team wins seven of first eight • Swarthmore ruins Homecoming, 21-6 • Hockey team undefeated; Trips W.C. 1-0 • Ursinus fares well at All College • Intramural report • Ursinus hockey team beats Wilson 3-0 • First and third teams combine to down Temple 5-0 • Greek gleanings • Chapel schedule

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 66, Number 3.

Larry Romane, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 10, 1966



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