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Mrs. Pancoast speaks for traditional Color Day • M-singers plan concert tour • Curtain Club to give 3 "one acts" • Winter IF Weekend "greatest ever" • Chem. Dept. offers guest lecturers • Dean's list • Y-SAC presents Pfeiffer Players • "The rush is on" • Editorial: Freeland a go-go, a retrospection • Letter to the editor • 78% would forgo weekend migrations to socialize at Freeland on Fridays: Poll shows a-go-go tops in minds of UC students • 800 eager students thrilled by thunderous Olatunji show • Dominican ambassador to brief model UN panel • Lantern seeks new contributors among swinging, lazy students • Intramural corner • Courtmen win thriller in overtime battle • Grapplers win two; Bring log to 5-2 • Ursinus women splash their way to victory • Indoor track meet • Badminton roundup • Greek gleanings • Veterinary group gives book to Ursinus library • Dr. Eugene H. Miller is author of new case book
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Color Day, Mrs. G. Sieber Pancoast, Chemistry department, Meistersingers, Curtain Club, Pumpernickel Players, Interfraternity weekend, rushing, sororities, fraternities, Freeland Hall, Lantern, Model United Nations, Babatunde Olatunji, intramural sports, basketball, wrestling, swimming, track team, badminton, Eugene H. Miller
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Rodimer, Patricia; Kersey, Mort; Lynch, Susan U.; Lyon, Frank A.; Diskan, Lance; Richtmyre, Linda; Rudnyanszky, Leslie; Wellikson, Larry; and Zamostien, Paul, "The Ursinus Weekly, February 21, 1966" (1966). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 217.
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