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Sandra Motta new queen; Crowned at dance Saturday • Young Republicans vote new club constitution • Y weekend retreaters discuss Christianity • Students protest new registration fee thru MSGA • $5,000 scholarship to aid Ursinus leaders, athletes • 15 degrees conferred at Founder's Day exercises • Montco names Vern Morgan its "outstanding athlete" • Jefferson Dean to address pre-medders • Editorial: An analogy • Letters to the editor • Thoughts on freedom • Doubt • What? • Curtain Club to do challenging play • Bears defeat Garnet 26-25 in second win: Bears defeat Wilkes in thriller last week • Intramural corner • Meet coach Pearson • Girls hockey team splits two games • Bears lose to Rutgers, St. Joe's • Young Democrats to hear Kennedy • WAA plans dance; Candy money pilfered • Forum review • French Club hears M. Coulet speak • Curtain Club changes membership rules • Dr. Max Silverstein to speak on social work
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Homecoming, Young Republicans, YMCA, YWCA, student government, Wayne Brown memorial fund, Founders Day, Frederick Binder, Vern Morgan, track team, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Jefferson Dean, Hermann Frederick Eilts, Curtain Club, intramural sports, Roger Pearson, football, field hockey, soccer, Young Democrats, Women's Athletic Association, French Club, Rene Coulet, Max Silverstein, Omega Chi
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Nicolai, Catherine A.; Ford, Gail; Levine, Richard F.; Piston, John B.; Barrow, Robert; Morita, Gerald; and Richardson, Margot, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 24, 1960" (1960). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 324.
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