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Campus leaders unite: Joint councils to lead effort • Symposium integrates knowledge; New course features discussion, independent study • Watkins speaks on Bible and criticism • Four women honored on Founders' Day: Museum president, singer, judge, educator to receive degrees • Orientation evaluated • Textile man speaks to Chem Society • "Y" sponsors Fall conference • "Rat-fink" clause? • Editorial: The dining hall once more • Kaffee Klatsch group hears of Miles College experiences; Told by doctor Caroline Doane • Letters to the editor • The President's gall bladder • Freeland-a-go-go discotheque scene • Intramural corner • UC edged 14-13 • UC hockey over Beaver 3-0 • Soccer team drops two • Greek gleanings • Political magazine inaugurated • True story: Ear piercing mania strikes conservative campus • Speaking out: Student protests
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Rodimer, Patricia; King, Rachel; Murphy, Maureen; Rudnyanszky, Leslie; Binkley, Tom; Yerger, Charles; Dunkle, Bob; and Daniels, Robert, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 25, 1965" (1965). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 207.
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