Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Tickets still available for Four Freshmen • Lorelei dance February 14; Music by Lester Lanin • Dr. Allen, Ursinus prof, publishes book of poems • IS-IFC plans set for song festival • Dr. Helen T. Garrett to leave UC for Parisian sabbatical • Job interview schedule released • Weekly editors, staff hold tea for College faculty • Dr. R. Doane to speak at UC Circle meeting • Two students visit campus • Dr. Carleton Coon, anthropologist, to speak at UC Forum on Feb. 12 • Sorority rushing to begin Monday • Frats to begin Spring rush • Mr. J. Douglas Davis to conduct fourth annual European tour • Lincoln students to visit Ursinus • Students unite for Lodge • Dr. R. Fletcher, Ursinus faculty, named in D.I.B. • Our man in Sweden travels to Spain • New "UC Bulletin" has a new look • Fashion career fellowships available • Letters to the editor • Impending crisis in our American railroads • UC basketeers knocked from MAC top rung • Preview: Girls' sports • Grapplers bow to Albright after pinning H'ford matmen • Alumna wins in squash

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 63, Number 12.

Sharon E. Robbins, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 10, 1964



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