Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Old Cape Cod Junior Prom theme • Agency concert set for Jr. Prom weekend: Lonnie Johnson, Gordon Bok • Genevieve Blatt will speak Wednesday: Secretary of Internal Affairs possible US Senate nominee; Miss Blatt is central figure in Pennsylvania Democratic controversy • Pi Nu sponsors Greek Song Fest • Junior class will elect men for top Ruby positions • UC represented at State Band; Campbell and Stayer travel to Wilkes • Frats pledge 45 men today • Yale professor arrested as spy speaks at Lincoln; Lincoln IRC invites Ursinus to lecture • Debate Team falls to Naval Academy • UC plays host to music fraternity • Lantern to sponsor writing contest • Curtain Club will perform for UC Circle • 8 women pledge sororities in quiet Spring rush • Steinway piano given to women students • Editorial: Image! For what?; About that Student Union • Red Cross bloodmobile coming here on March 4 • March placement schedule posted • Dean Rothenberger speaks to Women's Club • Letters to the editor • Reed and Barton annual contest • Students sought to aid Loyalty Fund campaign • Greek gleanings • Variety of activities related by Christman: More on the Lincoln exchange • Modern morals topic of Kaffee Klatsch Friday • Two UC women attend retailing conference • Cagers end season with 10-7 mark; Bow to Muhlenberg in MAC playoffs • 3 senior cagers close out careers • Badminton team splits • UC wrestlers reversed; Fall to Drexel and Swarthmore • JV girls trounce Temple varsity • Rosemont loses to UC varsity • Penn downs varsity swimmers
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Robbins, Sharon E.; Peek, Carl F.; and Garner, Craig, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1964" (1964). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 266.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 63, Number 15.
Sharon E. Robbins, editor.