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From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 21, from January 12, 1966. Columns include, "Mr., Miss USM undecided", "Blood drive resumes today", "1,136 voters choose favorites, 20 beauties", "Senate considers photography bill", "One student suspended, 19 more on probation after motel party", "Fred Adams, USM grad, wins national recognition", "Aliens must list current address", "Proficiency exam slated for Jan. 27", "Lowrey winds up Washington work", "For you: a merry non-year", "Freshman senator Bill Lowrey 'goes to Washington, D.C.", Viet Nam and other problems", "Student supports karate idea", "As calls go through", "Blackwell's bill: a waste", "Pickers want guitars", "Indifference triumphs again", "Southern has own control over communist speakers", "In the sportslight", "Southern opens 4-game set", "Count Me Out...", "Kappa Sigs set stage for meeting with Pikes in fraternity league", "Military Ball to feature the Gentrys, Bill Black", "Sings will perform 'War Requiem' here", "Player's 'Becket' rehearsals begin", "Southern Accent on Manhattan", "'Pride' and DD's in Senior Bowl halftime activities", "PE Club elects 1966 officers", "Delta Zeta pledges 42 USM coeds", "Hearts 'n Flowers", "Kappa Sigma celebrates 96th year of existence", "Acacia names Tip Hathorn as sweetheart", "Khayat will address Phi Eta Sigma banquet", "Enrollment increases", "Union slates movie", "Three films scheduled in USM art series", "'Trace' publishes poems by Swelman", "Pen, Sword names officers, plans", "Nat's Nook to host live bands, movies", and "Classified".

12 January 1966

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