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Carol Heber, Homecoming queen; Emmert receives Walker trophy • Catherine Drinker Bowen to be guest speaker at Forum • WSGA meeting set for Sunday • Past UC speaker in protest against Mme. Nhu before fall of regime • Volunteers for St. Gabriels to meet Tuesday • Alumni contribute $220,000 to Centennial Fund • Student rumor clarified • 17 men go Greek in Fall rushing • AAUW discusses community college • Professor chief editor of new publication • Ursinus gets portrait of Henry T. Spangler • Folksing begins weekend • MSGA sponsors bus to next game • Editorial: Women, it's now or never; Kaffee Klatsch; Complaint for complaint's sake? • Have you read: Travels with Charley • Swedish student studying here • Art class tours Philly museum • Letters to the editor • Excellent concert heard by students • Colgan views Cuba as potential source of war • Republicans view election returns • Thai student to speak at Kaffee Klatsch Friday • Ursinus Band: Review & outlook • Greek gleanings • Senior women reply to WSGA questionnaire with emphatic views • Jobs open for political interns • Parsons speaks on Daniel Claus • Outing Club on spelunking trip • Alpha Phi Omega plans open meeting • Bears trounce Fords 32 to 8 as Emmert stars in Homecoming tilt • Player of the week interview: Ron Emmert • UC puts three on college team • Soccer team beats La Salle, alumni • JV and 3rd teams take Immaculata
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Robbins, Sharon E.; Phillips, David J.; Martin, Lynn; Roosen, Jeanne; Peek, Carl F.; Sullivan, Andy; and Garner, Craig, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 11, 1963" (1963). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 257.
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