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Kutztown artists exhibit works: Art show in Wismer • Siren's screams entice Ursinus men • A look toward activism: Selma's sheriff to address Ursinus • DuPont grant develops CMP • Groans result from fad of new profs • Who's Who honors eight seniors • 2 one acts • G.E. College Bowl hosts U.C. team • U.C. gives to art rescue campaign • Students miss MWA • Final examination schedule • Editorial: A ten dollar bill? • Weekly staff remnants fill Kersey void? • History column • Blues for Mr. Malcolm • Ursinus College makes screen debut with promotions, movie spectacular: Paar narrates, students act in candid color • Ursinus' high schoolers • Time machine conceives baby; Future computer addition in new library building • Post-Christmas basketball • U.C. indoor track opens; More runners in demand • Post-Christmas wrestling: Grapplers split first two meets • Haverford tops Bears on late pin • Art exhibit • College gifts • Varsity cagers top U.C. alumni 49-43 • Badminton schedule • Super chapel • Greek gleanings • The Schwenksville address
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Romane, Lawrence; Smith, Herbert C.; Bostic, Lewis; Jackson, Byron; Short, Josi; and MacLeod, Kenneth, "The Ursinus Weekly, January 19, 1967" (1967). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 195.
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