Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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ISC tentatively plans new rushing program: New program is planned to eliminate tense rushing pressures of women's sophomore year • Ursinus students saddened by the death of Mr. Lutz • APO seeks to aid others' projects • Placement Office announces listing of job interviews • Magazine sponsors religion contest • Senate rule restricts slacks and Bermudas at home sports events • National Teacher Exams to be given on Feb. 11 • Students sought for world tour • Seelye, contributor to "Hispania," elected to Pa. AATSP Council • Announcement of annual Finnegan Awards made • Museum presents "Festival of Italy" • Delta Pi Sigma holds father-son banquet, party • Frosh Curtain Clubbers elect Judith Habeck as representative • Chi Alpha hears Dr. Baker talk on future missionary trends • Three more Ursinus students engaged at Christmas time • WAA discusses ski trip, intramurals on Monday • Mrs. Gorwich, of Philadelphia Museum, talks to Spanish Club • Dr. Zucker addresses Friends-fellowship forum in Reading • Editorial: Status seeking only? • Letters to the editor • Review: Minor birds • On the faults of the marking system • College of critics • I'm an individual; Are you? • Mermaids organize for season with 10 returnees • Girls' badminton prepare for winning season • Varsity losing skein continues to six straight • Stronger teams for a stronger college • Grapplers divide; Abele clinches win for Bears • Book review: The Choice • The quiet noisemakers • Lutheran Club to hold pre-Lenten services

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 60, Number 10.

Catherine A. Nicolai, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 16, 1961



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