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Y speaker on Vietnam assails US policy • PSEA hears advice from student teachers • Alumni invite U.C. seniors to gala at Bala • Ursinus Plan, part 2: Detailed explanation of new curricular program • U.C. receives $2,500 grant • Lorelei "sirens" seek out male campus element • Alumni Centennial corner • Editorial: We get letters? Only wish we did! • Letters to the editor • Editors, professor applaud maiden publication of Focus: All cite necessity for participation of student body • Only seven can secure "greatest Ursinus honor": Cub and Key to induct at Prom • Intramural corner • Wrestlers strangle H'ford, Albright: Shut out Fords 37-0, Drop Albright 20-9 • Troster leads Bears over Dickinson: UC bounces back after losing to H'ford • Greek gleanings • Are students destructive? Not often, but accidents happen in dorms, labs: Boys will be boys sometimes, though
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Rodimer, Patricia; Beaver, Thomas W.; Pettit, William Schuyler; Dunkle, Bob; Yerger, Charles; Totaro, Samuel; Light, Frederick; Barandon, Robert; Wellikson, Larry; Zamostien, Paul; MacLeod, Kenneth; and Broadbent, Chuck, "The Ursinus Weekly, January 17, 1966" (1966). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 215.
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