Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Focus on fraternities • Sixteen men accept bids on Nov. 7 to join four of U.C.'s local frats • WAA, Woodruff discuss possible ski weekend • Constitution is changed by Curtain Club members • U.C. groups hear Dr. Adams of Yale • Historical article by Dr. Armstrong printed in "Church History" • Whitians hold tea in Paisley for 50 women • Dr. Zucker to discuss disarming at International Relations Club • Frosh MSGA reps to prepare report on 1960 customs • Y introduces the Aetheneum Society • Juniors present "The Bowery" November 19 in T-G gym • ICG plans meeting for Nov. 4 in Bomberger chapel at 7 p.m. • Senior Ball set for December 2 • Pre-medders go to AED conference • Young Democrats got out vote, now drive for new membership • Newman Club schedules trip to Greek Catholic church • Bosniak, Dassler are selected 1962 "Ruby" editors • Harry Sprogall addresses forum • Shaw's "Androcles and the Lion" subject of English Club meeting • French Club to be shown slides; Field trip discussion planned • Editorial: Forbearance • Letters to the editor • Review of the student concert • Novembers ago • Book review: We the living • Parting political shots: Meeting of minds; Not quite Lincoln and Douglas • Intramural corner • Soccer team drops three close games • Mariners best Bears; U.C. clobbers Fords • Lassies shut out Drexel, Beaver • French film to be shown at Franklin Institute
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Nicolai, Catherine A.; Swinton, John; Ford, Gail; Morris, Cynthia; O'Donnell, Kathryn Moyer; Piston, John B.; Hoffmann, Sandra; Morita, Gerald; and Levine, Richard F., "The Ursinus Weekly, November 14, 1960" (1960). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 326.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 60, Number 5.
Catherine A. Nicolai, editor.