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Senior Symposium tours Phila. settlement homes • Curtain Club lists Spring dramatics • "The Ballet Chaffee" to be Wednesday evening Forum • Folk Society donates $250 • Y to present Accion leader • Swann receives memorial scholarship • Temple begins math internship • Editorial: The apathetic syndrome • Young and old, rich and poor accepted by Admissions Office: 81% of present freshmen placed near top of class • Dolman stresses importance of Admissions interviews • Letter to the editor • Swim team soaks Temple; Drops one to E. S'burg • Girls B'ball team drops game to WC • Intramural corner • Bears make creditable showing in MACs • 1965-1966 wrestling roundup • Greek gleanings • Players parody modern life

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, South Philadelphia, University Settlements, Senior Symposium, poverty, Curtain Club, George Chaffee, Philadelphia Folk Song Society, Americans for Community Cooperation in Other Nations, Eugene J. Swann, Jesse A. Rudnick, Admissions Office, Geoffrey Dolman, Tony Colameco, swimming, basketball, intramural sports, wrestling, fraternities, sororities, Pumpernickel Players


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 65, Number 16.

Patricia Rodimer, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 7, 1966



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