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Speech by local leader highlights Founders Day • AAUW to meet on Ursinus campus • Dr. Robert Howard named to Who's who • 40 music lovers to hear concert • Quaker journalist to present lecture on Cuban visit • Election of queen to begin Homecoming festivities • "Peace pilgrim" visits campus • Improved Lantern planned by editors • Folk singer to appear at UC Friday night • IFC plans party as Homecoming opener • Summer reading sessions end • New officer to present Wave program Nov. 7 • Items from abroad • Letters to the editor • Foreign students give views of US • Main Line Symphony announces guest soloist • "Dear Wormwood" cast in rehearsal • Youth organizes for Goldwater • Greek gleanings • Student organizing group to work at St. Gabriel's • MSGA busy with many new projects • Mrs. Parsons to address Ursinus Circle Nov. 7 • Bears run into "Seahawk" deepfreeze • Intramural corner • Interview: Bob Mashock • Soccer team set back despite fine efforts • UC hockey teams win again
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Founders Day, Richard S. Schweiker, American Association of University Women, Robert Stearns Howard, Philadelphia Orchestra, Thomas E. Colgan, Cuba, Homecoming, Peace Pilgrim, H.C. Lawrence Smith, Lantern, Interfraternity Council, Thailand, summer reading program, Beth F. Coyne, Sweden, Carlton Dingman, Chris Fuges, interracial marriage, foreign students, Main Line Symphony, Curtain Club, Barry Goldwater, sororities, fraternities, St. Gabriel's Hall, student government, Mrs. William Parsons, football, soccer, field hockey, intramural sports, Bob Mashock
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Robbins, Sharon E.; Peek, Carl F.; and Siegal, Cheryl, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 4, 1963" (1963). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 256.
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