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The Jambar : February 18, 1966

Show simple item record 2011-01-29T21:12:00Z 2019-09-03T18:05:05Z 2011-01-29T21:12:00Z 2019-09-03T18:05:05Z 1966-02-18 en_US
dc.identifier.citation Vol. 43 No. 19 en_US
dc.description.abstract The need for a community college in Youngstown and Mahoning County was discussed, as was the parking situation on the YU campus. Two YU students were reported as drowned during an Ohio River fishing trip. Donna Madasci was chosen as Mardi Gras Queen, and Denny LaRue (a Liberal Arts Student Councilman) urged a constitutional amendment to prevent a Jambar editor from serving on Council. Rehearsals began for a series of one-act plays, Protestant Chaplain Rev. Albert Linder was honored during the Newman Club’s Tenth Annual Faculty Dinner, The YU Rifle Team outshot Case Tech, 1289 to 1267, and the YU basketball team lost to Alliance College 72-70. Basketball player Joe Valicenti was highlighted, and Religious Emphasis Week began on campus. en_US
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dc.title The Jambar : February 18, 1966 en_US
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