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Two concerts, parties to highlight Spring IF weekend, May 1-5 • Student body to honor Scott Pierce; Memorial concert held on May 1 • Large UC audience attends Mme. Agi Jambor concert • Spring festival: Capers and queen • YM-YWCA and USGA elect executive officers • 13 seniors named Chapter Scholars • Editorial • Student strike for peace • Exchange • New album poses many problems for F. Scott Pierce memorial concert: Technical feat; Album "hot" item • Senior English majors given comprehensive • SFARC minutes • UC students tutor in local program • The Metropolitans: The road to paradise • Evening School alumni assoc. becomes active • Philadelphia radio stations plug concert and album • S. Ross Doughty, '68 honored by N.D.E.A. • State Legislature honors Pancoast • Ursinus trackmen unleash onslaught, vault victory streak to seven in a row • Baseball nine streaks to early season wins • Tennis team wins first • Campus Chest Road Rallye • Greek gleanings • Letter to the editor: Senior blasts explanation of new faces policy • Committee asks for new courses
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Schneider, Judy; Gold, Alan; Jacob, Frederick; and Jackson, Byron, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 25, 1968" (1968). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 188.
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