Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Campus Chest drive is begun today at noon • Annual Color Day to be on Feb. 23 • Summer job directory now in Placement Office • Mr. J. A. Thomson to address history tea • Mr. Jones to talk on John Donne at Canterbury meeting Feb. 27 • St. Andrew's to select candidate for scholarship • Leeds and Fischer discuss Frost • Women requested to wear hats to church on Sunday • Dr. Miller wins Fulbright award for stay in India • Betty Heale to be on magazine board • Bloodmobile to be at U.C. on Feb. 21 at 12:30 • Habgood is Lorelei king; Announce new Whitians • Dr. Robert Bickle addresses pre-med • Mr. Jordania to play original piano pieces • Spring Festival queen to be elected on Wed. • Editorial: Peace Corps • Implications of the new science • Seven weeks abroad • Chapel commentary • Letter from a French girl • If you ask me • Five Ursinus alumnae place on AA hockey team • Swimming team wins meet with Bryn Mawr • Intramural corner • Thinclads disappointing at "Inquirer" meets • Bears smash Del., lose to Hopkins • Bears win fifth game with defeat of Garnets • Walt Dryfoos leads MAC league scorers • Greek gleanings • Four U.C. students hear Phila.'s mayor Dilworth • Lutheran Club holds pre-Lenten retreat • Newman Club to hold meeting tonight at 6:30 in girls' day study • Letters to the editor • Mr. Bailey to hold trampoline classes • Mumbauer, Clemens to show slides at Spanish Club meeting

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Campus Chest, Color Day, Placement Office, J.A. Thomson, Canterbury Club, St. Andrew's Society, English Club, Linda Leeds, Ben Fisher, Spring Festival, Eugene H. Miller, Mademoiselle, Elizabeth Heale, Red Cross, Larry Habgood, Lorelei, Whitians, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Robert Bickle, French Club, Studio Cottage, Peace Corps, chapel service, G. Sieber Pancoast, Marion G. Spangler, field hockey, swimming, intramural sports, track team, wrestling, basketball, Walt Dryfoos, fraternities, sororities, Lutheran Club, Newman Club, Richardson Dilworth, Women's Athletic Association, Spanish Club, Ardith Mumbauer, Jack Clemens


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 60, Number 12.

Catherine A. Nicolai, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 20, 1961



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