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"Write me a murder," a skillful presentation of a weak play • Junior class announces 'S no ball turnabout • WSGA report on women's programs • Judy Collins to appear in campus folk concert: Performance tickets remain on sale • Ursinus receives $1,500 grant from Sears-Roebuck Foundation • Work camps topic of slide lecture • Debaters prepare for Temple novice tournament • Ursinus students attend Sheraton collegiate council • Human Relations Commission starts tutoring program • SWC abandons Sunday vespers • Editorial: Hats off! • Progress keyword in dining hall construction • Annual college music competition • Spotlight: UC abroad; Student's stay in Stockholm • Letters to the editor • Advice column • U.C. history: The pipe dream • Volleyball league begins • Soccermen split 0-5 and 4-3 • Soccermen finish season with 5-5-1 record • UC drops final game to F&M, 20-6 • Bible fellowship sponsors Paul Little, speaker • Greek gleanings
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Curtain Club, Arch R. Jones, Sears Roebuck and Company, David Richie, work camps, debating club, study abroad, World Affairs Council, student government, Judy Collins, Norristown, NAACP, student worship, library, dining hall, Carlton Dingman, WQED, volleyball, soccer, football, Paul Little, fraternities, sororities
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Hill, Craig S.; Yost, Sue; Rodimer, Patricia; Martin, Lynn; Royack, Susan; Sprecher, Candace; Anderson, Alexis C.; Dunn, Peter; Rudnyanszky, Leslie; Eley, Bob; Murphy, Marianne; and Spencer, Charles, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 23, 1964" (1964). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 235.
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