Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Student-faculty show to climax charity drive • ICG holds banquet at Immaculata • Dr. Elmer H. Funk addresses students • Power lines snap, disrupt campus • YM-YWCA plans fireside chats, first will be held on March 1 • Jun Kawashima addresses PSEA on Japan's education • WSGA plans two demonstrations • Meistersingers open season at Faith Church • Frosh girls, reps receive colors on February 23 • U.C. students dine with Republicans • AF recruiter offers ACPP applications • International Relations Club to hear speaker on Finland • Joan Meszaros elected Spring Festival queen • Jazz festival in Fla. over recess • Placement Office posts job listing • Newman Club to hold next meeting on March 6 • Editorial: Apathy again • Eichmann: Perhaps a case of injustice • Northbound • From the continent to the cottage • Book review: The same door • Chestnut Hill falls to badminton team • Girls' swimming team defeats Beaver 44-21 • Thinclads have practice meet with Delaware • Intramural corner • Lassies cop two during past week; Crosley stars • Basketball team split; End with 6-11 season • Grapplers win 2, down Drexel, PMC • Greek gleanings • Letters to the editor • Like I went to a work camp

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 60, Number 13.

Catherine A. Nicolai, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 27, 1961



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