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1965 Campus Chest drive opens: From Georgia; From Paoli: From Vietnam • New approach to traditional charity drive announced • Rehearsal underway for play • Dr. Zucker guest on Seminar 610 • U.C. buys land • Dr. Pei to speak • Dental education • Editorial: From Dr. Helfferich; Snubbed? • Britain versus the west coast • Transfer fallacy • ACLU objectives • Unusual honeymoon: Ursinus grad tours Russia • UC celebrities return • Track team loses: F&M snaps 20 meet streak • Tennis team crushed by Swarthmore • Baseball team drops two: LaSalle, Delaware defeat Bears • Ursinus leads lacrosse playday • UC lacrosse team clobbers Penn • Freshman featured as vibes player • Greek gleanings
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Sheeder, Franklin Irvin Jr.; Park, Anita; Sprecher, Candace; Zucker, F. Donald; Yocum, Frederic; Johnston, Marilyn; Katz, Jon; and Ogden, Art, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 19, 1965" (1965). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 246.
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