Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Lynne Habel wins research grant • Jeff Brown wins leadership award • African dancers to appear here on Wednesday at 8 • Coral Lee Koffke is selected Tau Sigma Gamma's new head • Dr. Staiger is awarded $4,000 grant by ACS • Sacred concert presented by Abyssimian choir • English Club to hear poetry records tonight • Dr. Stein gives lecture at Valley Forge Audubon Society • Barbara Brecht is crowned queen • Mary Cassatt exhibit will be at museum 'til May 29 • Father Louis Giorgi to address Newman Club tonight at 8 p.m. • Vern Morgan is elected new Beardwood chem president • Three Ursinus professors given Summer grants • Delta Pi Sigma announces new officers at annual dinner dance • French and Spanish Clubs to hold banquets this week • First Greek weekend to feature two dances, track meet, picnic • Jim Riddell is new Chi Alpha head • Fred Genter is elected new Curtain Club head • Ardie Mumbauer elected new Kappa Delta Kappa president • Editorial: Respect, rather than regrets • Letters to the editor • Bell, book and candle • Home from Vesper Hill • Surrender involves a sacrifice • Commentary on the sit-in movement • UC trackmen win first dual meet • Net team wins 5-4 over LaSalle • Lacrosse team wins two games • Bears win two games; Savastio, Wenhold star

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Lynne Habel, YMCA, YWCA, Jeff Brown, John Hines School of Dance, Coral Lee Koffke, Tau Sigma Gamma, Roger P. Staiger, American Chemical Society, Abyssimian Baptist Church Choir, English Club, Robert C. Stein, Valley Forge Audubon Society, Barbara Brecht, May Day Pageant, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Newman Club, Louis P. Giorgi, Vern Morgan, Beardwood Chemical Society, Evan S. Snyder, Paul R. Wagner, Delta Pi Sigma, French Club, Spanish Club, fraternities, sororities, Chi Alpha, Jim Riddell, Curtain Club, Fred Genter, Kappa Delta Kappa, Ardie Mumbauer, Greensboro, racial integration, sit-in movement, track team, tennis, lacrosse, baseball, Ed Savastio, Jim Wenhold


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 59, Number 19.

Catherine A. Nicolai, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 9, 1960



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