Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Loyalty kick-off dinner features famous co-eds • Ursinus College treats Homecoming visitors to decorations, dinners, sports, and a dance: Haverford foe for Homecoming tilt; Campus readied • Six fraternity queens grace Homecoming scene • Work abroad plan offered by ASIS • Pfahler film festival shows Henry V, LaStrada • Placenta subject for Dr. Rathmell in pre-med talk • Senator Smith sees moral force as Khrushchev's chief enemy • A-Phi-O welcomes thirteen pledges • Princeton's Homrighausen visits here tomorrow • Dr. Parsons publishes Norris journal excerpt • Editorial: Censorship here • U.S. government offers junior Summer work • Social Security interview Friday in U.C. Library • Ursinus in the past • U.C. man is "drag" champ • "The Late George Apley" Curtain Club Fall choice • MSGA imposes fines for firebox tampering • Ursinus booters beat Muhlenberg, 2-1; Lose to Swarthmore Wenesday, 4-1 • Field hockey girls beat Stroudsburg • Leber-South unbeaten, unscored upon; Leads touch football teams • Wagner wrecks Bear hopes for a '61 winning campaign • Sophomore Scholl mainstay at end; Solid defensively, slick offensively • Dean's list

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 61, Number 4.

John R. Swinton, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 30, 1961



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