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Ground broken for new dining hall; Alumni award to Dr. John Clawson • Class of 1963 receives diplomas here today • Class challenged by Rev. Reynolds in Baccalaureate • Annual awards presented today • Ursinus receives Mobil Oil aid through FIC • Summer school to open June 10 • Esperanto book presented to Library • UC receives gift of $10,000 to endow scholarship • Boys Ranch sends thanks • Editorial: On graduation • American Chem. Society honors Calvin Moyer '63 • "Howard's End" reviewed • Bolivia and the United States • One day in the life of Ivan Denisovich • Four students to spend junior year abroad • Chemistry, physics, mathematics integrated in new pilot project • Two graduates receive USAF commissions • Senior show delights students • Ursinus College to be beneficiary in Clamer estate • Girls' teams win in Spring season • Final tribute to the athletic era of 1963 • Sieb satisfied in '63 but "What happened to our hitting?"
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Robbins, Sharon E.; Garner, Craig; and Morris, Cynthia, "The Ursinus Weekly, June 3, 1963" (1963). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 298.