Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Michener to address Class of 1965 • UC awarded science grant • That was the Inter-Frat Spring weekend that was • Three Ursinus juniors to spend Summer in Europe • Agency plans diverse concerts for next season • Negro choir to present concert • Howard to attend Summer institute • Dr. Smith talks on timely topic • Staiger to lead science seminar • $10,000 presented to College to furnish new dining room • Editorial: A stomping time; Now's your chance; Bomberger concert • Committee announces details of revised customs program • Last word • Souders "plays his way" through Ursinus College • Are the Zorbas right? • Lacrosse team undefeated • UC second in MACs: PMC wins by one point, 33-32 • Baseball team wins three: Nears tie for first place • Netmen lose to M'berg, LaSalle • Women netters win twice • Softballers rip E. S'burg • Greek gleanings

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 64, Number 24.

Frank Sheeder, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 17, 1965



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