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Helen Pearson new queen; Crowned at party Saturday • ACES plan dinner, discussion tonight in Freeland Hall • Antique auto show presented at Pottstown museum • Four UC students punished at MSGA special session • Schiller honored at special German program on Nov. 10 • Fellowship House presents concert in Bomberger Hall • Shaw's "Major Barbara" staged this weekend • Dyer-Bennet sings folk songs, ballads at U of P hall • Snyder instructs course in defense • Miller chosen national Pi Gamma Mu officer • Editorial: In defense • Behind the scenes • Frosh slave • Letters to the editor • Ford's theory of relativity • Intellectuals needed • Slightly ludicrous • UC trounced as Kings Point runs up score to 56-0 • Girls hockey team finishes season with 3-3 record • Booters edge LaSalle; Brookes kicks clincher • Thin-clads split; Beat Mules, lose to Moravian squad • APO paperbacks • Greekvine • Living with Adam • Awards granted by chem company to UC students • Creager to speak • Ursinus Circle hears Mrs. Helfferich speak
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Helen Pearson, Homecoming, Americans for the Competitive Enterprise System, William Pollock Museum, student government, German Club, Frederick von Schiller, Fellowship House Choir, Curtain Club, Richard Dyer-Bennet, Evan Snyder, Montgomery County Civil Radiological Defense, Eugene H. Miller, Pi Gamma Mu, field hockey, Debating Club, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, PSEA, sororities, fraternities, bidding, rules and customs, football, soccer, Ed Brookes, cross country, Maumee Chemical Company, Alfred L. Creager, Ursinus Circle, Pennsylvania Dutch, Mrs. Donald L. Helfferich
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Shilton, Marla; Kaiser, Virginia; O'Donnell, Kathryn Moyer; and Heale, Betty, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 16, 1959" (1959). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 349.
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