Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Founders Day affair Sunday features theologian McCord • Student concert series opens in Philadelphia • Cub and Key men meet at Millers • Juniors plan turnabout dance • Pi Nu welcomes seven new pledges • Improved Main Street is becoming auto speedway • Saturday's Innkeepers concert delights and enchants audience • Pre-medicals hear Hudock lecture on electrocardiograph • Foreign students speak at recent reception • Young GOP meeting scheduled for Tuesday • Tense Cuban situation draws profs' comments • UC represented at WAC program • Library display depicts internationality of UC • "The Rail" will open soon • Chamberlin will speak next week in Y program • Editorial: An alarming issue; Campus post office sets new hours • Conclusion of Dr. Miller's talk on India in recent Forum program • Renovations in off-campus dorms praised by long-suffering women • Coed continues social work tale of reform school • The Weekly interviews three more foreign students • Soccermen succumb to Swarthmore, St. Joe's in consecutive matches • UC suffers football defeat in Wagner heartbreaker 14-8 • Player of the week: Doubly dangerous is Degenhardt • Next week's opponent: Haverford • Unbeaten Curtis I first in league • Greek gleanings

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Founders Day, James I. McCord, Cub and Key, Innkeepers, fraternities, rushing, Philadelphia Orchestra, Junior dance, Pi Nu Epsilon, Main Street, Emanuel Hudock, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, foreign students, Young Republicans, Cuba, J. Gordon Chamberlin, YMCA, YWCA, World Affairs Council, library, luncheonette, vandalism, theft, Eugene H. Miller, India, Hobson Hall, Yasunobu Kinose, Gunnar Pihlgren, Hans Plischka, soccer, football, Bill Degenhardt, intramural sports, sororities


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 62, Number 4.

John B. Piston, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 29, 1962



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