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Burst water pipes in 724 lead to semi-evacuation • Speaker from GE will discuss US in space race • PSEA features talks by grad, student teachers • Ed Myers selected representative to National Committee for Youth • College laments death of director Douthett • Psychiatry topic of pre-med meeting • Dolman attends forum on education problems • New heating & power plant now in service • Cub & Key, men's honorary, now accepting applications • Curtain Club version of "Antigone" scheduled for second semester • Dr. Vorrath concludes discussion of changes in Spanish courses • Schweiker talks on GOP future • Leber open house a Christmas highlight • Chessmen compete in national event • Lynne Maloney, Miss Penna. '61, wed last month • Editorial: Unjust, unfair, unwise • Letters to the editor • Snyder to train Civil Defense people • Wrestlers open season Saturday by smashing scared Fords 31-3 • Ursinus gridmen named to MAC all-star teams • Netmen downed by Haverford 72-56 • Intramural story • Ursinus women's club honors Marion Spangler

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Todd Hall, Walter R. Douthett, Howard Field, Geoffrey Dolman, power plant, Cub and Key Society, Arthur Zito, General Electric, PSEA, Jim Sandercock, Ed Myers, Leber Hall, Lynne Maloney, chess team, Curtain Club, Richard Schweiker, Monmouth College, Evan S. Snyder, radio station, wrestling, football, Dave DiEugenio, basketball, intramural sports, Spanish, Marion G. Spangler


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 62, Number 9.

John B. Piston, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 7, 1963



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