Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Chest drive starts with $2500 goal • Democrats name Dr. Zucker for State Senate candidacy • Pre-med students hear veterinarian • Two one-act plays to aid Chest fund • Rabbi's visit here religious emphasis feature last week • Betsy Friend, Walt Trout chairmen of two-week U.C. charity appeal • Dr. Helfferich's talk encourages support of drive: Freeland's steps site of after lunch address • GOP alliance talk delivered by Neitz • NYU retailing school visited by two co-eds • Elected "Ugliest men on campus" • English Club to discuss writers Malamud, Bellow • Jean is "cover girl" for three newspapers • Editorial: Campus Chest; Making peace • Ursinus in the past • Letters to the editor • Old German fraternities resemble the stereotype • Staverosky's art work on display in local bank • Local Protectory's history and work outlined for U.C. • Wrestlers lose to Drexel, 15 to 11; Disappoint Ursinus fans in MACs • Cagers joust Juniata, 61-59 to finish with three wins • Badminton players unbeaten in three • Collegeville retains lead in Phoenix court league • Individuals star in intramurals • Bryn Mawr's swimmers succumb to Ursinus, 36-30 • Rotary Club hears Dr. Miller's letter • Graduate grants

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, F. Donald Zucker, Campus Chest, Curtain Club, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Mark W. Allam, Arnold G. Kaiman, English Club, Jean Dillin, Robert Neitz, Young Republicans, Kathy Ann Fillo, Susan Miller, Donald L. Helfferich, Philadelphia Protectory for Boys, R. David Staverosky, Provident Bank, Heidelberg, wrestling, badminton, intramural sports, basketball, swimming, YMCA, Rotary Club, Eugene Miller


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 61, Number 15.

John R. Swinton, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 5, 1962



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