Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Immortalized in fiction, poetry, Lorelei lends name to Ursinus • Two theologians visit U.C. campus this week; Seminary president, Convocation guest to speak • College President banquet speaker • Spring rushing periods begin • Auden to recite Tuesday at YMHA • Twelve frosh women to run for WSGA, WAA • PSEA to hear principal; U.C. to host conference • Troy Chapman returns; Discusses urban renewal • Editorial: For the love of Mike • Letters to the editor • Ursinus in the past • Cartoonist's play: A review of Feiffer's "Crawling Arnold" • Certain obscure ceremonials: The Locker-Lampson effect • Women hoopsters show no mercy • Ursinus grapplers grind two opponents; Elizabethtown, Lebanon Valley fall victim • Hoopsters bruise Blue Jays, 54 to 35 as nine game Bear losing skein ends • Bloodmobile here Monday afternoon • Dr. Armstrong seeking U.C. tourists for Europe • Graduate grants • Silver opinion contest conducted on campus

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Lorelei, Donald L. Helfferich, rushing, fraternities, sororities, Lionel Arnold, Robert V. Moss, Troy Chapman, PSEA, Paul M. Merkel, student government, W. H. Auden, Jules Feiffer, basketball, wrestling, Red Cross, Maurice W. Armstrong, European Tour, Reed and Barton silversmiths


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 61, Number 12.

John R. Swinton, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 12, 1962



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