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Campus Chest set to begin April 6: Shorb and Riley Committee heads • Concert season begun by UC Meistersingers: Group will tour New York state • Noss, theologian & author, will speak here Wednesday • History students will hear Bohl at Wednesday tea • Jeanne Dawson crowned prom queen; Cub and Key taps seven junior men • Three co-eds make US lacrosse team: Great Britain scene of games • Mass meeting of students planned for Wednesday • Group organizes fund campaign; Will defray cost for Ursinus girls on lacrosse team • WSGA approves rule change • Ursinus receives Gulf Oil grant • Psychology Club officers elected • Editorial: Don't walk on that grass; Compulsion won't do it • Journalism grants available • Charles I trial topic of Forum • Letters to the editor • Seek art exchange with Muhlenberg • IRC members hear Barghoorn on Soviet propaganda • Kaffee Klatsch: Determinism, free will • Evening School enrolls 524 • State seeks to annul college charter: Integration irks Mississippians • Agency concert hailed as fine performance • WSGA announces procedure for 1964 election: March 25 petition deadline; Elections will be April 15 • Greek gleanings • Navy offers career program to women • Gwynedd Mercy falls to Ursinus women's 3rd team • Basketball team, coach honored • End of volleyball tourney near • Beaver falls to UC, 61-38 • Kratz caps career • Seals vs. Bock in intramural championship • Netwomen stop Drexel, 5-0
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Robbins, Sharon E.; Peek, Carl F.; Bradley, John; Hake, James; Wuenschel, Mary Ann; Livingston, Robert; and Garner, Craig, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 16, 1964" (1964). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 268.
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