Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Customs program: Class of 1967 well underway • Sororities begin Fall rushing Wed. • Harpsichordist Temple Painter to be featured in first Forum Wednesday • Dr. Foster on sabbatical • Choral groups begin rehearsals • "Y" retreat set for Oct. 11 & 12 • Sue Harmon in "Mr. Roberts" • More than 980 enrolled this Fall • Honors rating to 23 freshmen • UC student named president of SNEA • Students ready to teach; Banquet set for tonight • Editorial: Word of welcome • Danforth graduate fellowships available • Dateline: Stockholm, Sweden • Letters to the editor • Three faculty members receive distinguished teaching award • Record enrollment in Evening School • National Security Agency test • From behind my dink • Oral cultural vaccine given • Class '63 ranks top in education • Summer research, study for faculty • Susquehanna mauls Bears in opener, 32-0 • Ursinus host to foreign teams • Williamson named most valuable in MAC Southern div. • Vernon Morgan ends track career

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 63, Number 1.

Sharon E. Robbins, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 7, 1963



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