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Second Forum to feature speaker on Bill of Rights • Pre-medders hear Dean of Jefferson • Conference on careers to be held in Phila. • Mr. Jones attends colloquium on college admissions in N.Y. • Sixty-one girls get sorority bids • Debating Club to hold meet on Tues., Nov. 1 • National Teacher Exams to be given on Feb. 11 • Big Little Sister party to be held Tuesday, Nov. 1 in college woods • Young Democrats hear Kennedy in Norristown on Sat. • YM-YW to sponsor formal political debate on Nov. 2 • New Lantern staff policy includes planned criticism • Newman Club to discuss All Saint's Day at meeting • Young Republicans poll campus to determine student political leanings • APO initiates 17 new pledges • Chemistry society tours research laboratory • Society Hill Playhouse launches inaugural season • Frosh elect officers; Dave Kohr is president • Senior class to receive annuals • Spanish Club hears Dave Williams on October 17 • Editorial: A proposal • Letters to the editor • Hurrah! Brave new world • Point of interest • Reflections • Customs program called beneficial • Bears lose two games in soccer • Ursinus trackman sets AAU record • Wagner defeats Bears; Allebach is standout • Lassies divide during past week • Intramural corner • 1,350 fellowships offered by N.C.S. • Presidential humor • Y hears speaker on social work • Phila. Museum of Art to open new wing • Russian film premieres at Franklin Institute • Phila. art directors to have exhibition • Romance language teachers to attend dinner at Temple • Captain Dinneen of U.S. Army to visit Ursinus • Business Administration Club to hear Mr. King speak Weds.
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Nicolai, Catherine A.; Barrow, Robert; Ford, Gail; Moretz, Caroline V.; Levine, Richard F.; Morita, Gerald; and Allen, Robert, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 31, 1960" (1960). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 325.