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Bethany director to be awarded honorary degree • Moss and Creager review ministry in lively discussion • Dr. Charles D. Mattern dies suddenly at home: Funeral to be Tuesday • Young politicians debate national partisan issues: Campus voting follows, Wednesday • Football game, reception to highlight Parents' Day • A word from the Dean • Zuckers to appear with Rutgers choir at Carnegie Hall • Agency begins second year, requests support • Projected literary magazine plans liberal editorial policy • Editorial: In memoriam • Bomberger texts survive intact • Individualism - Iran style • Goldwater's policies: What are they? • Letters to the editor • Wilkes overpowers thin UC squad, 42-13 • Dorms race tight: Frats play to wire • Soccermen bow in third game • Varsity wins first game, JVs continue winning ways: Rosemont beaten, skein at 8 straight; Rain no handicap, Wilson falls 2-1 • Prison expert reviews field • Regional speaker addresses PSEA • Greek gleanings
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Garnet O. Adams, Bethany Children's Home, Womelsdorf, Robert V. Moss, Alfred L. Creager, Charles David Mattern, Parents Day, Student Activities Committee, Donald Zucker, Agency, Young Republicans, Young Democrats, Giefan, John Henry Augustus Bomberger, library, Iran, Fariborz Ghadar, Sabah Dabby, Barry Goldwater, football, intramural sports, soccer, field hockey, James Barbash, Graterford State Penitentiary, Eleanore Miragliotta, PSEA, fraternities, sororities
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Hill, Craig S.; Harris, Anne; Peek, Carl F.; Feinberg, Barry; Davis, Dorothy; Stevens, Mitchell; Sprecher, Candace; Bradley, John; Rudnyanszky, Leslie; Kohn, Karen; and Murphy, Marianne, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 19, 1964" (1964). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 230.
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