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Senior Ball, Friday, offers Camelot, Al Raymond band: Lord and Lady, permanent class officers to be announced • Graduate awards available from science foundation • Miller and Zucker review election returns, meaning • Museum director on American art to be Forum highlight: Dr. Turner to emphasize the 20th century • William Shaffer, vice-president UC Board of Directors, dies • Pancoast in State House to seek greater local power • Faculty action penalizes 4 with fines, demerits • Curtain Club selects cast for Winnie the Pooh production, schedules December showing • English Club to meet tonight • Editorial: Altruism at Ursinus • Life in the cow palace; An eyewitness account • Kaffee Klatsch hosts large crowd to discuss "rights" • A girl's life at Ursinus: 1906 • Spotlight: UC abroad • Advice column • Bears belt Haverford 19-6 at Haverford homecoming: Tony Motto scores two touchdowns • Soccermen defeat LaSalle 5-2 • Hockey team wins biggest: W.C., "best ever," falls 1-0; West Chester places 5 on all-stars, Ursinus team effort proves supreme • Wrestling to start Tuesday • U.C. men's mooning team suffers setback at hands of faculty • 200 dance to Okie Duke at Cafe Montmarte • Greek gleanings
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Hill, Craig S.; Dingman, Carlton; Feinberg, Barry; Rodimer, Patricia; Simmons, Helen; Kohn, Karen; Rayack, Susan; Sprecher, Candace; Anderson, Alexis C.; Davis, George; and Murphy, Marianne, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 9, 1964" (1964). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 233.