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Dr. Miller's Forum address on "Japan, friend or foe" • Selective Service regulations are stated by Dean • Rain halts Homecoming festivities; New date of November 5th is set • Ordinance affects college drivers • Biology department welcomes Mrs. Seel • Canterbury Club meets at St. James' • Chi Alpha society visits Creagers • YM-YW cabinet plans Fall retreat; Commissions meet and make plans • Alpha Phi Omega meets; Plans service projects • Editorial: Maturity • Letter to the editor • Student opinion varies on customs • Vacations at Ursinus or the myth of the Ursinus holiday • "Quoth the raven" • "Let a smile be your umbrella" • Mainliners submerged in sea of mud, 12-6 • Booters drop practice tilts • Third team Belles cop two victories • Belles smash Chestnut Hill; Tie Rosemont • WAA plans activities • Intramural program starts • Dr. William Parsons receives degree • Seniors anticipate good year under new officers • Fashion show at C-T high school • Sorority row • 60 high school seniors visit college on Saturday
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Eugene Miller, Japan, student government, rules and customs, Selective Service, Dorothy Seel, Homecoming, Canterbury Club, Chi Alpha, Alfred L. Creager, YMCA, YWCA, Ralph F. Wismer, Henry A.W. Schaeffer, Alpha Phi Omega, soccer, field hockey, football, Harry Donnelly, Women's Athletic Association, intramural sports, William Parsons, Collegeville-Trappe High School, sororities, Old Timers Day
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Winchester, Richard, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 17, 1955" (1955). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 434.
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