Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Y presents seminar Oct. 29; Greenback to address group • Funds available to organizations announced Oct. 9 • Naval officer to visit campus • Juniors nominate '60 Ruby editors • Men's government gives concessions ; Holds trial • Debating Club meets; Opponents named • Dylan Thomas' "Under Milkwood" to be staged • "Joan of Lorraine's" members picked; Play rehearsals begin • Homecoming Saturday; Old timers to return • Chess Club meets; Opponents named • Elliott-Kalodner debate Oct. 22 on state party issues • Editorial: Reading, a lost art • Down beat • Book review • Sophs defeat frosh by 55-44; 1962 football team loses • U.C. soccermen tie Rutgers 4-4; Lose to Fords • U.C. belles beat Swarthmore; Lose to Temple 3-2 • Football squad drops third straight tilt 8-0 • Local concert attended by Ursinus students Sat.

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 58, Number 3.

Frederick L. Glauser, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 20, 1958



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