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Lorelei, the Drifters, and winter I.F. highlight February social events: Winter weekend approaches; Rock and roll comes to Ursinus; Lorelei lures "Ye Gods" • 1967 Whitians chosen • Color Day approaches • U.C. singers tour in Feb. • Chapel changes • Sheriff speaks • Scholarship to Scotland available to Ursinus sophs • Editorial: Fact over fiction • Clark visit stimulates appeal to government • Letter to home: Uses for Wismer Lounge confuse UC freshman • "The play's the thing" • Curtain Club to collaborate with Pumpernickel Players: Will produce two plays in upcoming month • Letter to the editor • History column • Bears lose to Swarthmore 70-67 • Grapplers fall to Hopkins, 16-13 • Hard luck plagues wrestler Eric Ruoss • Bears top PMC; Compton gets 28 • Wrestlers blanked by Elizabethtown, 33-0 • "Buggsy" is high B.B. scorer • Travel seminar • G.E. College Bowl • Free University announces new courses and seminars • J.V.'s lose first game of the season • Pumpernickel Players perform • Bears trample E-Burg: Casey Carson scores 29 points • Greek gleanings
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Inter-Fraternity weekend, Lorelei, Drifters, Whitians, Color Day, Meistersingers, St. Andrew's Society, chapel, Jim Clark, Selma, Alabama, MacBird, Barbra Garson, Curtain Club, Pumpernickel Players, basketball, wrestling, Eric Ruoss, Bob Compton, Travel Seminar, College Bowl, Casey Carson, sororities, fraternities
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Romane, Lawrence; Smith, Herbert C.; Kersey, Mort; Jacob, Frederick; and Bostic, Lewis, "The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1967" (1967). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 196.
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