Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Econ. problems aired at dinner for 150 students • Senior Ball date slated for Dec. 4 • WAA sponsoring drive for funds • "Who's who among students" includes 15 Ursinus seniors • IRC and Y hear Barbara Hall talk on work in Brazil • Library receives books worth $100 from contest win • WSGA votes on female apparel; Banquet arranged • Editorial: Melange • Exercise in logic • Frosh frustration • Major Barbara • Just plain Greek • Economic news from the New York Times • Four UC runners in mid Atlantic championships • Women's hockey season reviewed • Soccer team overcomes F&M 3-0; Ends season • Football team defeats Dickinson; 14-10 score • Greekvine • Miller to discuss Japan at teachers meeting • Whence? • Shreiner Hall captures dorm decoration trophy

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 59, Number 6.

Marla J. Shilton, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 23, 1959



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