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From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 13, from October 29, 1965. Columns include, "'Talkers' journey in two directions", "Southerners tackle William & Mary in annual Oyster Bowl in Norfolk", "Ogletree gets service honor", "Mississippi PTA presents grants of $100 to five Southern coeds", "Draft board swoops down on drop-outs", "Dial DIAL, learn what is going on", "Computer Dept. holds weekend open house", "Biology Dept. installs native plant herbarium", "English professor has poem in literary mag", "'Contemporary' meeting is set", "McQuagge sets rules for school transfer", "The South: a new black blot", "Does the Student Senate have the right to be camera shy?", "Fall writhes in wild passion", "Immature infallibility", "What is the challenge", "In the sportslight", "Phi Taus deteat Kappa Sigma for first place", "Rifle Club plans meeting; registration drive begins", "Senator Purvis promotes USM in legislative appropriation race", "Tuchak predicts seizure of Soviet by bureaucracy", "Fencing club is formed", "Col. Johnson reports on building program", "'Holey' ears, madras lead in current national fads", "MEA to meet at Southern in November", and "Collegiate Club plans film presentation".

29 October 1965

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