Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Former Ursinusite, now Africa expert, to address Forum Wednesday night • Soc. classes hear prejudice speaker • Volunteer U.C. students pitch in at local Catholic boys' protectory • Dr. Pancoast takes oath as mayor of Collegeville • President's report reveals 1961 data, interesting facts • Fifty students attend open meeting; MSGA's Moll airs campus problems • U.C. receives $2000 from Standard Oil • Delaware museum offers five grants • Day students tell "Y" of difficulties • Bill Scholl named to MAC first team • Eye surgery to be topic of next pre-med meeting • Singers choose Kershner 1962 business manager • Editorial: The right not to participate • Ursinus in the past • The New Lost City Ramblers at Haverford College • All Italian highways lead to Rome, the city of colorful contrasts • Twenty freshmen answer Weekly competition call • Cagers still seek win key; Losing streak at five games • Grapplers crunch Haverford, 31 to 3, in season's opener • Freshman wrestler Fred Powers adds strength in the 157 lb. weight class • Ursinus again to host county science fair
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Kenneth Snyder, Troy Chapman, racial discrimination, Philadelphia Catholic Protectory for Boys, G. Sieber Pancoast, student government, Tom Moll, Bill Scholl, football, day students, Winterthur Museum, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Meistersingers, Italy, New Lost City Ramblers, basketball, wrestling, Fred Powers, science fair
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Swinton, John; Santucci, Thomas; Foster, Bruce; Stevenson, Robin L.; Morris, Cynthia; Feldstein, Murray; Morita, Gerald; and Hohn, Robert, "The Ursinus Weekly, January 8, 1962" (1962). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 308.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 61, Number 10.
John R. Swinton, editor.