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Preparations in final stage for Four Freshmen concert • Asian students: APO will begin to collect books for foundation • "Evolution and world federalism" to be topic of Dr. Charles Price • Art exhibit set for weekend • Summer job opportunities • Three sororities begin Spring rush • Traditional Lorelei turnabout held; Dance king crowned, Whitians presented • Freshman pre-med views Christian concept of unity • Women to receive colors Thursday • English Club to hear Harvard poet • Editorial: A bit of discretion, please; Ursinus big time; Apology • Sub-species new theory of race evolution • Review of books • Letters to the editor • After one week the acting Dean: Dr. Vorrath speaks • Lincoln University students featured at Kaffee Klatsch: A well-attended affair • Greek gleanings • Impending crisis in our American railroads: Part two • Grapplers decision Hopkins after bowing at E-town • UC cagers success at PMC, bunglers at Swarthmore • WC drops Ursinus cagettes, 50-31 • Women trounce opponents in season opener
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Robbins, Sharon E.; Hake, James; Phillips, David J.; Peek, Carl F.; Gettys, Barbara; Shaw, Robert; and Garner, Craig, "The Ursinus Weekly, February 17, 1964" (1964). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 264.
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