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Showboat, 2 bands spice Prom weekend to be held May 2 • Success for Campus Chest? Hope held in second week • Vandals hit Wilkinson, campus lights smashed; Emig decries vandalism • Chapter scholars named; To be feted at dinner • "Temps" return to Travelin' II • WRUC additions • Blood results • Editorials: Weekend vandalism; Fate of PHEAA; An editorial of sorts • Focus: The Gerson brothers • "The day they liberated the washroom" • Wheelchair ball! • To thrive on rice • IF snagged in red tape • Rascals concert • Forum features Fox • Letters to the editor • The human comedy • Faculty portrait: Mrs. Poritz • New Weekly editors take over positions • UC Centennial year series features William F. Buckley as Commencement speaker • Meistersingers present concert in New York • Cash fires no hitter in debut • Heisinger leads trackmen to win over Mules, 90-55 • Tennis team rips Baptist after loss • Gillespie disagrees • Pancoast recalls the T, single-wing • Batsmen maul Haverford after Muhlenberg defeat • 1969 Campus Chest activities highlight charity drive week
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Senior Prom, Showboat, Campus Chest, vandalism, Scott Pierce, Chapter Scholars, WRUC radio, Red Cross, PHEAA, Dave Gerson, Ben Gerson, student protests, March of Dimes, rice, Rascals, Robert J. Fox, fraternities, pledging, Deborah T. Poritz, centennial, William F. Buckley, Meistersingers, softball, tennis, lacrosse, basketball, track team, baseball, G. Seiber Pancoast
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Gold, Alan; Martin, Carol; Weaver, Jonathan; Sautter, Paul; Sears, David; Vanasse, Greg; Swarr, Bob; Crane, Cris; Herman, Rudi; Jacob, Frederick; and Williams, James, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 17, 1969" (1969). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 173.
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