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All freshmen offered free concert trip • Frats offer pre-rushing advice to frosh • Curtain Club selects cast for Rice's "The Adding machine" • Editorial: The Parents' Day predicament • Dean's List published: 114 students honored • Spanish Club organizes • Fletcher gives ACS address • International career and study conferences set • Freshman class elects officers • Waldo joins history staff • Town book store opens today • Groups discuss "A plus" topic pick • Hilderbrand speaks to 230 at neighborhood "good will" dinner • Chapel schedule • Editorial: Dining hall difficulties • "Religion may die" warns Dr. Miller; Forum speaker stirs audience • Library inventory bewilders many "honest" students • 100% organization revitalizing UC • Glossacelia phenomenon makes smashing debut at Kaffee Klatch • Rosemont varsity bows to UC's JV • JV squad victors over Chestnut Hill • Wilkes swamps UC • Intramural corner • Soccer team loses • Weekly feature editor nominates character for "Snob's hall of fame" • Music groups select new officers • Greek gleanings

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Parents Day, Neighborhood Dinner, Robert H. Hilderbrand, Phillip Berman, Philadelphia Orchestra, Spanish Club, Richard M. Fletcher, rushing, World Affairs Council, study abroad, Curtain Club, student government, Harold Beahm, Gary Miles Waldo, Wismer Dining Hall, Samuel H. Miller, Student Union, Paul Morris, library, YMCA, YWCA, field hockey, football, soccer, intramural sports, fraternities, sororities


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 65, Number 3.

Patricia Rodimer, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 18, 1965



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