Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Juniors elect Ruby editors; O'Donnell, Wurster named • Fashions and fabrics constitute WSGA's Design for Living show • Ursinus' Minnich representative at fitness meeting • Twelve men sign fraternity bids • PSEA schedules Eugene Bertin for speech tomorrow • Forum features Senator Clark Wednesday night • Duryea girls' display Homecoming's finest • Sandy Holl chosen Fall queen; Bears win Homecoming tilt • U.C. Newman Club to hear Pottstown's Father Heim • Editorial: Dropped column; Extra edition • Ferguson, Wirth chosen '65 MSGA representatives • Katharine Gibbs School offers two national grants • Bloom on the Gordon-Davis towel • Ursinus in the past • Student concert presents Ormandy • French villages reward tourists with quaint charm, lovely scenes • Booters tie Fords in overtime, 2-2; Alumni loses, 5-2 • Gridders roll over Haverford, 22-6; Quinn passes for two touchdowns • Beaver beaten, 3-1 by hockey girls • Senior fullback Gary Leach wins Walker trophy for fine play Saturday • Consulate posts offered by U.S. State Department • Few local contests in general election Nov. 7 • Dr. R. L. Shinn speaks on Christian faith • Remig names Mrs. Bosler as janitorial coordinator • Chief McClure reports on October police work • Pre-meds attend Hahnemann talks; Club also hears pathology professor

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Ruby, Kay O'Donnell, Steve Wurster, student government, Judith Keith, Anne Sterling, fraternities, J. Allan Minnich, Homecoming, Duryea Hall, PSEA, Eugene P. Bertin, Joseph S. Clark, Sandra Holl, John Heim, Newman Club, Dennis Quinn, Kent Ferguson, John Wirth, Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, France, soccer, football, field hockey, Gary Leach, Rodger L. Shinn, Richard McClure, Russell L. Remig, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Thomas K. Rathmell


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 61, Number 5.

John R. Swinton, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 6, 1961



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