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Pumpernickel Players success, Zoo Story, Sandbox postponed • Weekend social activities continue on U.C. campus: The Magnificent Men welcomed • Senior class presents "Mardi gras" • Dr. Howard receives research grant: National Science Foundation honors noted biologist • Protection from whom? • Common market: Dr. Andre Philip to speak March 8 • Editorial: Conservatives in the guise of liberals • Letter to the editor • Frosh asks for guidance to decipher "Clarkanese" • Success of Drifters to assure survival of "gutty" Agency: Meritz cites own group IF Council for comeback • With all the warts: James G. Clark • History column • Hinkle calls chapel cutdown "compromise"; Promises cultural emphasis in future • Fall Dean's list • 45 students sing on Meistersingers tour • Cagers win three games, finish 2nd to Drexel to gain MAC playoff spot • Wrestlers drop 3 of 4; Record sinks to 2-7 • J.V. basketball team has 3-2 record • Bearettes 2-1 on season: Carson leading scorer • Swim team has poor start • Greek gleanings
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Pumpernickel Players, Curtain Club, Magnificent Men, Senior Ball, Robert Stearns Howard, James G. Clark, Selma, Andre Philip, graffiti, Inter-Fraternity Council, chapel, Meistersingers, basketball, wrestling, swimming, sororities, fraternities
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Romane, Lawrence; Kersey, Mort; Broadbent, Chuck; Smith, Herbert C.; and Wagner, Loretta, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1967" (1967). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 197.
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