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Ursinus welcomes first Tibet exchange student • Retreat planned by YM-YW Cabinet • Dean Pettit delivers speech to frosh at LVC • Civil Service seeks qualified seniors for federal jobs • Three Ursinus students attend PSEA conference • Holloway, Weiss win high positions within GOP group • Damon D. Holton is new director for Ursinus' band • Greetings, Class of 1964 • Frosh presented to U.C. at Convocation • Student teachers to attend dinner, hear E. Henzel • Editorial: Welcome • Letters to the editor • Customs comments: Early customs • Opening political outburst: Kennedy's foreign policy; Better party team • Intramural corner • Blewett, Henry pace candidates through practice • Bears drop opener to Crusaders, 33-0 • Young Republicans to hold 1st rally • Expansion of ASIS aids U.S. students • Foreign Service exams to be held • Ursinus Circle to meet • D. Staveresky art to be on display at CV bank

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Lobsang Samden, YMCA, YWCA, William Schuyler Pettit, PSEA, Chuck Holloway, Val Weiss, Young Republicans, Damon D. Holton, College Band, student teaching, Evelyn Henzel, rules and customs, intramural sports, soccer, Mike Blewett, Don Henry, football, Collegeville National Bank, R. David Staveresky, Lois Troster


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 60, Number 1.

Catherine A. Nicolai, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 3, 1960



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