Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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President Emeritus McClure dies following recent illness: Dr. Yost pays tribute to his late colleague • Dr. Donald Baker discusses US at Koffee Klatch • Coed foursome discusses Summer with Indians • President Helfferich quizzed in "Controversy at midnight" chat: Topics discussed include fraternities, government aid, college isolation, library • Annual Lorelei dance scheduled for Friday evening at Sunnybrook • Legal counselor slated to address PSEA • Tennis coach displays art exhibit in Library • "Living under communism" topic of Wednesday's Forum speaker • Bible Study film examines nature • Powers & Fuges leave UC to enlist in Peace Corps • Kachel, Berlinger elected 1964 Ruby business managers • Chi Alpha hears talk on research • Spring rushing periods begin for fraternities and sororities • Editorial: End of an era; As youth should be spent • Letters to the editor • Silver scholarships offered to coeds • Greek gleanings • Spring Mountain ski slope offers fun for both beginners and experts • Netmen downed by Haverford 80-66, eke out 65-63 win over Hopkins • Tenacious play marks Hofmann • Kratz versatile, solid, dependable • Matmen stunned by E'towners in 17-11 upset • Jayvee netwomen claim 46-38 win over Phila. Bible • Intramural story

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Norman Egbert McClure, Calvin Yost, Donald G. Baker, Wahpeton, North Dakota, Donald L. Helfferich, Lorelei, Sidney Quinn, PSEA, Lewis F. Adler, Milton Mayer, Bible Study Fellowship, fraternities, sororities, rushing, Chi Alpha, Mrs. Richard T. Schellhase, Ruby, Linda Kachel, Carl Berlinger, Fred Powers, Chris Fuges, Peace Corps, Reed & Barton, Schwenksville, Donald Zucker, Spring Mountain, basketball, wrestling, intramural sports, Butch Hofmann, Dale Kratz


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 62, Number 11.

John B. Piston, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 11, 1963



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