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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Nicolai, Catherine A.; Ford, Gail; Swinton, John; Stevenson, Robin L.; Williams, David; Newcombe, D.; Piston, John B.; Morris, Cynthia; Korte, Susan; Morita, Gerald; and Spangler, Marion G., "The Ursinus Weekly, February 13, 1961" (1961). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 332.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 60, Number 11.
Catherine A. Nicolai, editor.