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69 women pledge sororities at bid signing Saturday • Class of 1966 to sell slaves at Bazaar • Annual Founders Day November 3; Five honorary degrees to be awarded • Navy debate team bows UC 31-29 • Young Democrats begin activities • Halloween reading night October 30 • Indians warpath at Jr. turnabout • Pre-med society hears Dr. French • Biggest bargain of the year: 1964 "Ruby" sales begin • $8500 scholarships available for Univ. of Hawaii • Editorial: Which way out?; Action, please • Letters to the editor • Conservatism reconsidered: Spencer's article decried • Human understanding theme of presentation • Fundamental need unfilled • Penna. seeks librarians • Groups schedule career conf. • Federal service exam November 23 • Greek gleanings • Kaffee klatsch: Foreign students reception • Bears topple Swarthmore on fine team effort, 14-6 • Player of the week • Soccer team bows twice • Hockey team still undefeated
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Robbins, Sharon E.; Bradley, John; Bell, Susan; Peek, Carl F.; Renner, Otto W.; Garner, Craig; and Livingston, Robert, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 28, 1963" (1963). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 255.
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