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Background information for theatre in the round given • Evening School serving 628 • Soviet youth will speak November 21 • Young Republicans begin to roll • Discussion of US - Mid East relations Wed. • Senior Ball set for Friday; Southern plantation theme • Priest to talk on Neo-Catholicism • Study abroad in Vienna, Freiburg, Paris for 1 year • MSGA provides bus to Lebanon Valley game • Peace Corps official to be on campus Tuesday • Federal aid to education debate presented to PSEA • St. Gabriel's tour November 19; More volunteers needed • "Weekly" editors to hear Scranton • UC debating team to go to Temple • Editorial: As usual; WSGA begins long awaited action • Have you read: Youngblood Hawke • "Barnforbjuden" - movie censorship • Raymond Talbot part-time reading instructor • Letters to the editor • Second career conference slated • Geologist links God and science • Thai student talks at Kaffee Klatsch • Greek gleanings • WSGA holds "open" meeting; Women asked to lend support • Lebanon Valley wrecks UC bid for winning season • Hockey team ends undefeated, 6-1 • Good week for UC soccer team • Player of the week: Bill Siebenson • Interview: Bill Megill
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Robbins, Sharon E.; Gettys, Barbara; Dingman, Carlton; Peek, Carl F.; and Garner, Craig, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 18, 1963" (1963). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 258.