Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Color Day ceremonies to feature message by President's mother • Church official new college veep • Pi Nu to sponsor music month here • Scholar sought by Scottish society • ACES again offer banquet, lecture • Clinic day planned for delinquents by Varsity Club • May Day petition circulation slows • Lorelei success hailed; Whitians, king honored • Newman Club, Chi Alpha begin semester schedule • Young Republicans list club schedule • Two guest speakers discuss topics related to religion here last week • Cub and Key group invites applications from juniors • Editorial: Free floating displeasure department; Anecdote • Sears gives grant; Footland recipient • Ursinus in the past • Future Pfahler feature film schedule revealed • Aero-space medicine topic at pre-med club meeting • More about Italy: Ravenna visited • Letters to the editor • Demas holds lead in intramural play • Blue Jays, Blue Hens wrestling flocks plundered by U.C.'s marauding matmen • Last moment lapse gives PMC win; Swarthmore beats Bears easily Sat. • Greek gleanings • Historical Society to hear Dr. William T. Parsons • Marine, Air Force representatives to visit Ursinus campus this week • Graduate grants

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 61, Number 13.

John R. Swinton, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 19, 1962



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