Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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First Ursinus art show is extraordinary success • Thursday night concert of Four Freshmen proves that big names are possible here • Mr. Hudnut to lead Bible Study group • Kenneth Wells to speak Wed.; President of Freedoms Foundation • Miracles subject of vespers talk • Pi Nu to host national chapters • St. Andrews gives annual awards; Study in Scotland with stipend • Dr. Zucker to appear with Rutgers choir in Carnegie Hall concert • Curtain Club sets production date • Ursinus in three-way second place MAC tie • Bible Study fellowship to present film Tuesday • Pre-med and chemical groups hear Dr. Guarino • Editorial: No more doubt; Let's go yell • Letters to the editor • Freedoms Foundation • Color Day program • The Lincoln - Ursinus visits described by participants • Greek gleanings • Human society and living cell linked • Impending crisis in our American railroads: Part three • Wrestlers hike mark to 5-2 • 2 wins, 1 loss: Playoff for UC courtmen • Ursinus drubs Juniata 83-69 • Bears tip Hopkins 61-55 • Dragons devour Bears 83-68 • Mermaids split; Beat Stroudsburg • Intramural basketball

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, art exhibition, St. Andrews Society, F. Donald Zucker, Curtain Club, Four Freshmen, basketball, Bible study, Charles Stubbs, vespers, Kenneth D. Wells, Freedoms Foundation, Pi Nu Epsilon, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Beardwood Chemical Society, Armand Guarino, Color Day, Lincoln University, fraternities, sororities, Charles Coale Price, railroads, wrestling, intramural sports, swimming


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 63, Number 14.

Sharon E. Robbins, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 24, 1964



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