Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Weekly announces new staff members • Juniors initiate Prom innovation • Autistic child subject of Psych Club meeting • 28th Messiah performance features soloists Mayes, Valente, Jones and Mayer • Career conference scheduled for Dec. 7, 8 and 9 • Spanish Club offers UNICEF Christmas cards • Senses explored in Moody film • Retzlaff to address MSGA Christmas banquet • Phila. alumni elect regional president • Christmas events • Editorial: The Ursinus story • Theater-in-the-round scores instant success with audience • Klatsch speaker upholds liberal playboy philosophy • Letters to the editor • Mormons amaze UC'ers attending YMCA forum • Soccer-Football wrap-up • Kamela named All-American • Sue Day makes All-American hockey team • Cagers win openers: E. Baptist bows to Bears 67-63 • Intramural corner • Basketball-wrestling preview 1965-66 • Greek gleanings • Ursinus band shuns practices yet sounds bigger than life: Unit depends on quality musicians in performances • "Moonlight and mistletoe" prom

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Spanish Club, Christmas, Moody Science Institute, Junior Prom, Psychology Club, Stephen E. Beltz, Pete Retzlaff, Philadelphia Eagles, Messiah, Doris Mayes, Benita Valente, Fred Jones, Frederick Mayer, career conference, Robert A. Livingston, alumni association, Wismer Hall, Curtain Club, Ralph Sundquist, Elder Bagwell, Mormons, soccer, football, Don Kamela, field hockey, Sue Day, basketball, intramural sports, wrestling, fraternities, sororities, band


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 65, Number 9.

Patricia Rodimer, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 6, 1965



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