Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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"Shadowy figure" of Ursinus' past publishes volume of 66 poems • Dr. Snyder, Forum speaker, outlines seven strong forces in Africa today • Spontaneous fun object of new social committee • Prof casts critical eye over "Lantern;" Discovers "sound creative instincts" • Bursting water pipe sends Alumni Office to 620 Main • Student teachers' light-hearted talk explains what's not in the "Ed." book • Best-dressed co-ed sought by Weekly • Shares of the pecuniary pie • Pre-medders hear about corneal transplant work • Editorial: Appeal of wrestling • Ursinus in the past • Letters to the editor • Obituary for a timid intellectual • Dryfoos sets two Ursinus cage marks; Dean ties record with quick pin • Pair of heartbreaking losses catch grapplers last week • Basketball begins • Frymen flounder; Lose to PMC, 92-80; Drop thriller to Swarthmore, 89 to 85 • Greek gleanings

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Arthur King, Lantern, Alumni Office, Levengood House, student activities fee, Kenneth Snyder, Social Activities Planning Committee, Glamour magazine, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Robert Fessler, PSEA, wrestling, basketball, Walt Dryfoos, intramural sports, Dick Dean, sororities, fraternities


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 61, Number 11.

John R. Swinton, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 15, 1962



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