Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Play, varied activities termed success at retreat: Play forms discussion springboard • Senior Prom to feature Raymond band, Camelot • Democrats sweep campus with 57 percent majority: Partisan area shows Johnson strength • Library consultant to discuss career opportunities • Ursinus to honor four alumni in Founders' Day ceremonies: Helfferich's address, college's future • Dooley associate to speak, show film in "Y" forum • Parents flock to campus in annual festivities: Grid loss dampens day only a little • Election planned to fill WSGA senate vacancies • Editorial: Answering critics • Is the Summer reading program worthless? • New Gym Club forms on campus • Presidential candidates discussed in debate • Library service expanding • Sophomores elect Atkinson, MSGA representative • Letters to the editor • UC gridmen massacred 48-0 by winless Swarthmore foe: Degenhardt, Moser and Videon on injured list • Day students and Demas win titles • Bear booters beat both Delaware and PMC 1-0 • Pfahler film circus: What to do • Advice column • Greek gleanings

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 64, Number 5.

Craig S. Hill, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 26, 1964



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