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New Lost City Ramblers to close first concert season • Good organization and enthusiasm mark '64 Campus Chest drive: Over $1,500 collected for charity • "Y" to feature fun and discussion at Spring retreat • Spring Festival parts awarded • MSGA officers to be elected Tuesday; Cope and Wirth run for President • Otto Lee sees bright future for college grads • Mackey to speak on African tour • Sororities hold rushing parties • Editorial: Unlimited cutting • U.C. students visit Lincoln; African Negro strife discussed • APO closes books for Asia drive • Letters to the editor • $550 fine levied on book borrowed in 1929 • Next President: Goldwater • Drama & comedy double feature; Society Hill Playhouse • Eternal Fire exploits sex • Award winner: "Tom Jones" • Bears bow down baseball 4-2, 3-1 • Records fall as trackmen run over F&M and Lebanon Valley • Lacrosse team swamps Garnets: Swarthmore succumbs to stellar sticks, 15-0 • Tennis team loses 9-0 to Swarthmore • Valerie Moritz heads WSGA; Miller, Holmgren, Loux, Guest win • Soph weekend: Bon voyage a success • Choir receives standing ovation in first concert • Greek gleanings
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Hill, Craig S.; Church, Connie; Dolman, Kathlene; Spencer, Charles; Sprecher, Candace; Lundgren, William; Davis, George; and Laughlin, Constance, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 20, 1964" (1964). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 271.