Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Reading, reigning & 'rithmetic • Many Ursinus students engaged, pinned at Xmas • Speaker to address IRC on South American tribes • Outing Club enjoys weekend of winter sports in the Poconos • Pre-medders hear Dr. V. Vernier • Republicans to donate aid • Lutheran Club to hear talk, see movie tonight in Pfahler • George Busler, U.C. grad, to address Canterbury Club at 8 • President named church group V.P. • D. S. Richie speaks on African & Phila. camps • Frosh present "Frosty's frolic" on January 6 • French Club to hold meeting on January 17 • Newman Club members attend breakfast at Pottstown church • Dr. David Baker to address Chi Alpha on Wed., January 12 • Curtain Club to hold election for frosh who were in Fall play • Editorial: Glancing at Laos • Play review: "Becket" • On literary style • Happy New Year • Amico speaks • Intramural corner • Lynne Crosley wins right wing position on AAR • Grapplers down Haverford 23-8 • Bears drop game to Haverford • Eight Ursinus athletes win numerous honors • Chapel through a cynic's eyes • Second look at "My Fair Lady" • Track notes • Letters to the editor

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Sandra Motta, engagements, Brazil, Outing Club, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Vernon Vernier, Young Republicans, Lutheran Club, Canterbury Club, George Busler, Donald L. Helfferich, National Council of Churches, David S. Richie, African work camps, French Club, Newman Club, Chi Alpha, Curtain Club, Laos, Becket, Christmas banquet, intramural sports, Lynne Crosley, field hockey, wrestling, basketball, Richard Allebach, George Brackin, John Brackin, Philip Brackin, Mike Blewett, Ronald Emmert, Bob Jackson, Damon Connor, chapel service, My Fair Lady, track team


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 60, Number 9.

Catherine A. Nicolai, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 9, 1961



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