Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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The weekend that was: First annual winter weekend a winner • "Y" plans second annual art show and awards • TW3 presentation demands "humor, wit and intelligence" of audience as well as players • Sophomore men again eligible for St. Andrew's grant • Weekly interviews Richard Richter, Alumni Secretary • UC produces no winners in bridge tourney • UCC workers report Summer project in South • PSEA hears Ridge speak on trends in education • All college rally in volleyball, badminton planned • Editorial: Semi-concentrated study • Victory in South Vietnam: Is it worth the price? • Letters to the editor • How to get an "A" without really studying • New customs program pitted against the old • Snellbelles win two, record unblemished • Matmen win twice; Up record 5-2 • Intramurals: 5 teams unbeaten • Bears split two, season stands 7-8: Crush Hopkins, lose to Drexel • Complicated plot for simple story in The Spy • Ursinus history • Greek gleanings • Howard succeeds Quinn as Ursinus tennis coach • JB collapses second time for want of God • Zucker elected to ACLU Board • Pre-med society

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Inter-Fraternity weekend, art exhibition, TW3, St. Andrew's Society, Richard P. Richter, contract bridge tournament, Mississippi Summer Project, PSEA, Bradley B. Ridge, Vietnam War, rules and customs, basketball, wrestling, intramural sports, sororities, fraternities, Robert S. Howard, John Le Carre, YMCA, Curtain Club, Donald Zucker, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 64, Number 14.

Craig S. Hill, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 22, 1965



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