Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Whirlwind of orientation affairs entertains & bewilders 285 frosh • Student teachers dine tonight with critics, principals • Enrollment is highest in years • Sorority rushing will begin today • Messiah rehearsals to begin this week • Treasurer Wismer bequests $75,000 • Zucker optimistic about campaign for state senate • College launches financial drive to raise $5 million by '69 centennial • Ursinus faculty numbers 61 with five new teachers • Three new preceps assume duties • Ursinus alumni donate $52,000 to Loyalty Fund • Professor Bone dies • Route 422 repairs behind schedule: What a mess • Civil service tests to be held Friday • 2nd annual Parents Day Saturday • Editorial: Freshmen beware! • Alumni snatches • Letters to the editor • Mr. Jones regards career with zeal and enthusiasm • An Ursinus senior writes of her Summer with the Indians • Wagner returns from trip to Ghana, Nigeria, with advice for Americans • Innkeepers spread far and wide • 3 newcomers join Weekly administrative ranks • Susquehanna trounces Bear gridders • Next week's opponent: Johns Hopkins • Williamson, Graver named to MAC's all-star ball team • Hockey girls face 5 game schedule • Ursinus to play three home football games • Greek gleanings • Ursinus dean completes European travel project

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 62, Number 1.

John B. Piston, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 1, 1962



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