Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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"Miss Liberty Bowl" title won by UC's Sandra Motta • U. of P. chaplain speaks to Canterbury Club • Quiet hours enforced by W.S.G.A. senate • New Outing Club formed; Woodruff acting chairman • ICG makes plans to attend state convention in April • Dr. Baker and Dr. Zucker discuss disarmament at IRC meeting • Philadelphia orchestra presents second student concert, Dec. 6 • Phoenixville site of Phila. Civic Concert • Seminar accepts applications now • Young Republicans selected by NYR • Annual "Messiah" to be presented on Dec. 8th • "Dark Victory" to be presented by Curtain Club on December 9, 10 • Lutheran Club invites students to its first meeting tonight • Eight junior men nominated for "Ruby" business manager • Spanish Club sponsors Latin American parley • Lecture on French art heard by French Club • Editorial: Togetherness • Land of the midnight sun • For student teachers only • Other side of the desk • Outside reading • An incohesive account of things I saw in one weekend in New York • Head coach Fry is interviewed • Football statistics • St. Joe's takes MASCAC honors • Curtis II intramural football champions • Soccer records winless season • Book review: Advise & consent • Sketches of Spain • Junior class "Bowery" held on November 19 • Ursinus Circle hears Dr. G.S. Pancoast speak • Ursinus coed exchange student now in Spain • Omega Chi sisters welcome ten pledges at pizza party • Poetry, short stories concern English Club at Dec. 9 meeting • Women's Athletic Association sponsors bowling outing

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 60, Number 6.

Catherine A. Nicolai, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 21, 1960



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