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1966 Summer reading program: Contemporary problems to be stressed • Ursinus College Summer School • Greek's I-F Weekend success in the sun: 400 attend May 13, 14, 15 blast • Radio station supported by poll results • Linda Pyle awarded European study grant • M.S.G.A. officers • The Morn' after the nights before: Or Monday after I.F. • Final examination schedule • Editorial: Greek weekend • Students transfer to other colleges in search of school best for them: But 50% more stay at UC than at average college • Rare statue of Irish martyr found in Trappe antique shop • Lacrosse team rolls over WC and E-burg • UC nine drops two, falls from contention • Track team third in MAC meet • Greek gleanings • Two UC coeds participate in negro voter registration drive: Campaign teaches them some things about real world
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Summer School, Fire Company parade, Sandy Weekes, Linda Marie Pyle, student government, Focus magazine, radio station, fraternities, sororities, Interfraternity Weekend, student transfers, Trappe, Robert Emmet, Fred Grimison, Muhlenberg House, lacrosse, baseball, track team, Voter Registration Project, Columbia, South Carolina, Nancy Grabert
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Romane, Lawrence; Laughlin, Robert S.; Yerger, Charles; MacLeod, Kenneth; Kersey, Mort; and Frost, Charlotte, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 16, 1966" (1966). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 226.