Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Campus Chest drive '67 sponsors new activities, revives old traditions: Handicapped find home; War & orphans; Retarded benefit; Penny bear; Fashion show • U.C. Happening • Murray braves ban, speaks to students • Men's quad rises for Fall occupancy • Ruby appoints editors, staff • U.C. introduces fine arts • Editorial • Reflections on Vietnam • Hunger, thirst and sex • Letters to the editor: Alumni, poet, students protest Helfferich's decisions • Mag Men: "Soul" sound success • Pledging time at U.C. • The Ursinus establishment: Alienation from reality • More Campus Chest: Jessie Royer-Greaves founder of school; Children receive care at crowded orphanage • New course offered: Suicide 1, 2 • Heisinger, other freshmen counted on to lead improved Bear track squad • Bears' baseball hopes bright with lettermen and freshmen • Inexperience hinders Crossettes • Bright prospects for girls' tennis • Greek gleanings • The books you have to read

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 66, Number 9.

Herbert C. Smith, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 6, 1967



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