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Happiness is the Lorelei: Traditional turnabout features peanuts, Whitians and kings • Dr. Riffe plans Shakespeare trips • St. Andrews Soc. offers stipend for study abroad • Agency Olatunji concert kicks off winter IF • Art is contemplation • Mrs. Pancoast to speak at Color Day • PSEA hears talk on ed. changes • Editorial: Situations to ponder • Controversy suggests student interest in local art exhibited in Wismer: "What is it?" they ask • "Aching need" filled by Supply Store a-go-go • Quiet hours shattered by fire as candle sets Hobson ablaze • Kersey lauds IF initiative • Paw prints • Intramural corner • UC dropped by E'town, routs Hopkins • Women's JV wins opener • Bears outshoot PMC; Lose to Swarthmore: Troster paces Ursinus • UC student, Class of 1971, satires "greatly organized" Supply Store • Greek gleanings.

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Lorelei, Shakespeare, St. Andrews Society, study abroad, Babatunde Olatunji, Bernard Brenner, Mrs. G. Sieber Pancoast, Color Day, Hermann M. Wessel, Supply Store, Hobson Hall fire, Interfraternity Council, art exhibition, intramural sports, wrestling, basketball, sororities, fraternities


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 65, Number 13.

Patricia Rodimer, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 14, 1966



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