Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Huge turnout attends Lorelei held Friday night at Sunnybrook • Ursinus recipient of $4,000 DuPont grant • PSEA hears talk on punishment • Blood circulation in bats topic of pre-med lecture • VP Wagner attends seminary convocation • UC delegation leaves for Washington to present Mrs. Kennedy with special recording of Messiah • Bloodmobile visit slated Wednesday • Communism topic of Forum speaker • Course in Esperanto to be offered by Rice • Annual Color Day set for Thursday • Noted theologian to discuss existentialism on Wednesday • Organ concert set for Thursday • Ineligibility claims 105 students; Dr. Fletcher analyzes reasons • Career conference held with representatives of various businesses • Alumni pledge $400,000 to fund • Noyes & Day elected to WSGA & WAA posts • Editorial: They've done the impossible; Unsensational apology • Letters to the editor • Model railroading hobby of Dr. Rice • Goldman's novel "Temple of gold" traces disillusionment of personality • Losses to Delaware, PMC, and Swarthmore spell dismal Winter week for hurting Ursinus cagers • Netwomen suffer 46-44 upset at East Stroudsburg • Intramural story • Matmen succumb to Delaware 17-13, wrest 19-8 victory from Hopkins

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 62, Number 12.

John B. Piston, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 18, 1963



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