The Ursinus Weekly, November 6, 1961

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Swinton, John; Bloom, Geoffrey; Stevenson, Robin L.; Flood, Carol; Morris, Cynthia; Morita, Gerald; Taney, Carol; Garner, Craig
Ursinus College
Ursinus College; Collegeville; Pennsylvania; newspaper; Ruby; Kay O'Donnell; Steve Wurster; student government; Judith Keith; Anne Sterling; fraternities; J. Allan Minnich; Homecoming; Duryea Hall; PSEA; Eugene P. Bertin; Joseph S. Clark; Sandra Holl; John Heim; Newman Club; Dennis Quinn; Kent Ferguson; John Wirth; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy; France; soccer; football; field hockey; Gary Leach; Rodger L. Shinn; Richard McClure; Russell L. Remig; Brownback-Anders pre-medical society; Thomas K. Rathmell; Cultural History; Higher Education; Liberal Studies; Social History; United States History
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Juniors elect Ruby editors; O'Donnell, Wurster named • Fashions and fabrics constitute WSGA's Design for Living show • Ursinus' Minnich representative at fitness meeting • Twelve men sign fraternity bids • PSEA schedules Eugene Bertin for speech tomorrow • Forum features Senator Clark Wednesday night • Duryea girls' display Homecoming's finest • Sandy Holl chosen Fall queen; Bears win Homecoming tilt • U.C. Newman Club to hear Pottstown's Father Heim • Editorial: Dropped column; Extra edition • Ferguson, Wirth chosen '65 MSGA representatives • Katharine Gibbs School offers two national grants • Bloom on the Gordon-Davis towel • Ursinus in the past • Student concert presents Ormandy • French villages reward tourists with quaint charm, lovely scenes • Booters tie Fords in overtime, 2-2; Alumni loses, 5-2 • Gridders roll over Haverford, 22-6; Quinn passes for two touchdowns • Beaver beaten, 3-1 by hockey girls • Senior fullback Gary Leach wins Walker trophy for fine play Saturday • Consulate posts offered by U.S. State Department • Few local contests in general election Nov. 7 • Dr. R. L. Shinn speaks on Christian faith • Remig names Mrs. Bosler as janitorial coordinator • Chief McClure reports on October police work • Pre-meds attend Hahnemann talks; Club also hears pathology professor