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Alumni to enrich activities with new "student fund": Seniors will be instrumental in pushing ambitious scheme • Fraternities add total of 68 men • In memoriam: Dr. Roland F. Doane • Forum to levitate alumni dollars into pockets of needy activities • Reed and Barton hold annual Silver Opinion contest • Alumni corner • This week's movie is for the birds • Europe with Mr. Davis: 2 credits and a "fun" summer • Student faculty art winners • Letter to the editor • Anyone can learn a language! Profs reveal secrets of success in exclusive Weekly interviews • Sage advice offered by UC "elder statesman" • "Izzy & Lizzy" opens triumphant amid ribbon snippings, hurrahs: Basement becomes informal cafe • Troster scores 52: All time scoring champ; Bears stagger Pharmacy as Troster closes career with record shattering performance • Women's swim team scores outstanding victory • Wrestlers maul S'more; Ripped by Drexel • Intramural corner • Greek gleanings
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Student Activities Committee, alumni, Richard P. Richter, fraternities, sororities, Roland F. Doane, Reed and Barton silversmiths, Curtis and Brodbeck dormitories, Alfred Hitchcock, study abroad, J. Douglas Davis, European Travel Seminar, Lantern, foreign language study, John Mathers, Conrad Meyer, Freeland Hall, Izzy and Lizzy lounge, Barry Troster, basketball, swimming, wrestling, intramural sports
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Rodimer, Patricia; Jacob, Frederick; Tucker, Susan; Zamostien, Paul; and Olshefskie, Judith, "The Ursinus Weekly, February 28, 1966" (1966). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 218.
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