Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Noted cellist to appear here; Orlando Cole plays Oct. 12 • "Touchdown 1960" a great success • WAA holds meeting; To sell candy in dorms • College students can cast absentee ballots • SMU extends alma mater song contest one year • "The Romance of small business" Business Club topic for tonight • Lantern staff to hold first meeting of new term on Tues. • IRC to hold reception on Tuesday at Millers' home at 8 • Schweiker talks to Republicans • German Club meets Tues.; Hear three travelers talk • Morgan announces Chem Club project • Mademoiselle announces College Board contest • Round table discussion planned by Chi Alpha • Try-outs for Fall play to be held Mon. and Wed. • Jr.-Frosh breakfast • Seven new instructors join Ursinus faculty • WSGA meets on Oct. 3; May Day group planned • Young Democrats to organize; First meeting tonight at 8 P.M. • Editorial: Why? • Recommended reading • About I.Q. tests • More on politics: Nixon in Philadelphia; Schweiker at Ursinus • Intramural corner • Hockey team wins opener with G.W. • Johns Hopkins defeats Bears on Saturday, 21-6 • Pete Seeger to appear at Town Hall on Oct. 22 • Bears to meet Colonels on Sat. • American Poetry Society solicits student efforts • MSGA notes • Nixon rally • Canterbury Club plans annual dinner on Oct. 10 • President Helfferich to be cited by Mercersburg Academy

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 60, Number 2.

Catherine A. Nicolai, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 10, 1960



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