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Queen & football victory highlight Saturday's Homecoming festivities • Students enjoy Winterthur visit • Pre-medicals hear student talks • Gould, Moser, Harris and Miller elected as freshman officers • Recent Spike convocation provocative, analytic • Tim Cope elected as MSGA soph rep. • Sororities take in 54 women • "Weekly" meeting for new members • Dawson and King chosen for cheerleading squad • PSEA meeting opens season • Innkeepers tour from G-B to UC • Young GOPers outline voting procedure • Ruby sales begin • Cole family concert slated for Norristown • Millers join "koffee klatch" opener • Editorial: A broken back • UC coed writes of Summer experiences at reform school • A report on the customs program • The Weekly interviews 3 of our 9 foreign students • Dr. Eugene Miller reports on India in recent Forum • UC downs Swarthmore 14-8 • Players of the week: Sermarini & Ritz real hustlers • Next week's opponent: Wagner • Soccermen defeat East Baptist, Delaware to remain undefeated • Hockeyettes down WC & Swarthmore • Berlinger asset on soccer field • Greek gleanings • Dean's list
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Sue Miller, Homecoming, football, sororities, rushing, PSEA, cheerleading, Jeanne Dawson, Peggy King, Winterthur Museum, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Robert W. Spike, student government, Jack Gould, Tim Cope, Ruby, Innkeepers, Young Republicans, Orlando Cole, India, Eugene Miller, Jessie Miller, rules and customs, Glen Mills School, foreign students, Stephen Blickman, Michael Munro, David Ohhira, Netherlands, Japan, Bermuda, Anthony Sermarini, Ron Ritz, soccer, field hockey, Carl Berlinger, fraternities
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Piston, John B.; Hunter, Jean E.; Wilf, Ted; Gettys, Barbara; Rothenberger, Sharon; Lane, Carole; and Leister, Ed, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 22, 1962" (1962). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 278.