Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Football players receive awards at banquet: Tony Motto gets All-ECAC • Ursinus to send delegation to Model UN • Weekly names Sam Walker sports editor • Faculty Forum to present concert, lecture recital: 20th century American music, subject • Three placed in teaching positions • Pre-meds to hear two Sacred Heart pathologists • World's Fair invites college talent to perform • Pi Nu Epsilon, music fraternity, initiates eight • Norristown man named to vacancy in Treas. Office • Good band, decorations add to great TG dance • "The best TV show in the world" • Editorial: Our large small college • Bob Dylan: Alone and indifferent • J. D. Salinger writes for The Ursinus Weekly • Anthem, a warning to society • The Doanes report on teaching in the South • Bears drop two, F&M-Swarthmore; Troster's thirty points rock PMC • Matmen drop opener to Del. • Soccer team puts three on All-MAC • "Y" Commission sponsors film on discrimination • Greek gleanings • Letters to the editor • Kaffee Klatsch debates Negro block busting
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Hill, Craig S.; Simmons, Helen; Bradley, John; Hartenstine, Sue; Sprecher, Candace; Anderson, Alexis C.; Atkinson, George; Walker, Samuel; Dingman, Carlton; Murphy, Marianne; and Rader, Linda, "The Ursinus Weekly, January 11, 1965" (1965). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 238.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 64, Number 12.
Craig S. Hill, editor.