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Freshmen women receive UC colors, learn meaning in 35th annual observance • William James scholar to speak in faculty Forum • Faculty agrees to publish next Weekly issue • Carousel features queen and court, Cub and Key seven: Fine decorations, Al Raymond band add to evening • Psych Club hears Phila. social worker • Two seniors win electrochemical scholarships • Students produce House hearing on Watkins case • 33 men join fraternities: Five frats bid • Applications urged for political internship plan • Track notice • Editorial: Fraternity rushing • Red China today: Still growing • Letters to the editor • Book review: Good grief, it's Candy • "Snellbelles" smash East Stroudsburg 63-48, return match no match: Regester, Kohn lead offense with 38; Day, Smiley control defensive boards • Wrestlers end, tie last match • Fircroft takes the field; Spring finds us ready • UC grad presents flag flown over South Pole • UC student lectures to DAR • Advice column • Dean's list
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Color Day, Julius Seelye Bixler, Psychology Club, James Hake, Philadelphia, Edward C. Shane, James E. Scheirer, John T. Watkins, fraternities, rushing, sororities, Junior prom, Carol Wolf, PCEP, communism, Terry Southern, Mason Hoffenberg, basketball, wrestling, Fircroft Hall, William G. Wiest, Collegeville Flag and Manufacturing Company, Usani Hemaplardh
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Hill, Craig S.; Anderson, Alexis C.; Walker, Samuel; and Martin, Lynn, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 8, 1965" (1965). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 242.
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