Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Barbie Grimm reigns as Queen • Governments unify; Constitution ratified • Debating Club offers promising future • Classes elect officers, maintain status quo • Hartzells, Staigers plan vacations • Editorial: Perhaps progress; U.C. goes Madison Avenue • What price, life? • A silent naked song • Letters to the editor • The language lab: How to make it work • Traditionally dry campus wet for I.F. weekend • New library to be constructed as part of building bonanza • The time has come to end the draft • Rite of Spring observed under benign influence • Rainouts hurt Bears, lose three games • Girls' net win, 3-2, evens year's mark • MAC records fall; Bruins take fourth • I-F track meet a success as ZX edges independents • High scoring duel in softball loss • Crossettes topple Beaver to extend winning streak • Final examination schedule • Greek gleanings

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 66, Number 12.

Herbert C. Smith, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 18, 1967



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