Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Education dept. announces new course changes • Mme. Jacquemin to give recital • MSGA meeting clears details • YM-YW plans for hi-fi seminars • Judiciary Board hears case in rule violation • WAA plans for bowling party at Trooper Lanes • Pete Seeger to appear Jan. 30 in Philadelphia • WSGA reminds women of rules • Courbet exhibit in last weeks • Prof. G. Dolman to speak at schoolmen's meeting • Heale and Rowe chosen to head new "Lantern" • Concert band lists members • Tribute to Dr. Conyers read • Colombian women address Spanish Club and I.R.C. • Editorial: Perspective • Attack and rebuttal: Les Jeunes Filles; French bards • Seeger strums folk songs • Grapplers lose to Albright 19-11 • Women's b'ball team wins first game of season • Drexel Dragons storm over the Ursinus Bears • Twenty-seven men awarded letters and certificates • Library suggests • Letters to the editor • Amico speaks

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 59, Number 10.

Marla J. Shilton, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 18, 1960



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