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John F. Kennedy buried at Arlington today: Assassination saddens world • Students react to news of murder • Assassination historically • President's life in review • A statement about John Kennedy • Oswald murdered Sunday • Chapel service held in memory of Kennedy • Editorial: Riderless horse; Reign of reason • Letters to the editor • Students petition for corrective measures at 6th Ave. & Main St. • Candace Sprecher struck by auto • Student editors at Scranton's press conference • Messiah to be presented Dec. 12 • "Tara" theme of Senior Ball • Donald Barnhouse, TV 10 newscaster to speak • Soviets speak at Phila. Council: UC students question • College group visits Saint Gabriels • Lyndon Baines Johnson sworn in as 36 President Friday November 22, 1963 • Lecture presented on Rome Council • Greek gleanings • Curtain Club's first theatre in round production December 6 • Teacher exams to be given Feb. 15

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, assassination, Lee Harvey Oswald, Main Street safety, automobile accident, William Scranton, Candace Sprecher, Messiah, Senior Ball, Donald Barnhouse, World Affairs Council, St. Gabriel's Hall, Lyndon Baines Johnson, Ecumenical Council, fraternities, sororities, Curtain Club, student teaching


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 63, Number 8.

Sharon E. Robbins, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 25, 1963



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