Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Jun Kawashima to study at U.C. this semester • Cub and Key asks junior men to apply • Dr. G. S. Pancoast seeks State Assembly position • Dr. Miller begins new TV series on WFIL-TV • Mrs. Rice addresses Collegeville club on Swedish decor • IRC Club to participate in Model UN meeting in N.Y. • Art museum presents series of art programs • Pancoast, Sanders appear on radio; Discuss politics • Spring Festival replaces May Day • Mr. H. Lloyd Jones helps plan conference at Lafayette College • Mr. Jordania to play his own piano pieces for French Club • Rev. Mrs. Kriebel will speak at annual Color Day • Lorelei will be held on Feb. 17 • Y to sponsor Ash Wed. candlelight service • Dean Rothenberger talks to Bible class on European tours • Dr. Harold K. Schilling to address Forum at 8 • Ford, Genter to direct annual senior show • Ardith Mumbauer to show her Costa Rican slides on Feb. 20 • Editorial: Policies • Letters to the editor • Chapel commentary • Seven weeks abroad at music festivals • "Village of the damned" • Consideration of costs • Tribute for Dr. Dooley • Book review: Herman Wouk's "This is my God" • Snowbound thoughts • On the theory and practice of in-class sleeping • Spanish sketchbook: The marriage situation • Poomer • On the movie scene • Thoughts at Broad and Locust • Meal time mess • Man over beasts • Wrestlers score another victory, defeat E-Town • Lassies topple strong crusaders; Downed by Grads • Varsity five overpower Johns Hopkins, Fords • Greek gleanings • Cindy Benner is R&B contest rep • Dean's list

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Jun Kawashima, Japan, Cub and Key Society, G. Sieber Pancoast, Eugene H. Miller, Sweden, Mrs. Allan Rice, International Relations Club, Model United Nations, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Dick Sanders, Spring Festival, May Day Pageant, H. Lloyd Jones, Studio Cottage, French Club, Martha B. Kriebel, Color Day, Lorelei, YMCA, YWCA, Harold K. Schilling, Spanish Club, Costa Rica, John C. Boyer, chapel service, Marion G. Spangler, Ed Myers, PFTA, PSEA, Thomas Dooley, Spain, Philadelphia Orchestra, wrestling, basketball, sororities, fraternities, Reed & Barton silversmiths, Cindy Benner


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 60, Number 11.

Catherine A. Nicolai, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 13, 1961



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