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Quipping Ramblers roam through the bluegrass: Group scores with relaxed style • Graduation speakers named: Knettler at Baccalaureate, Ciardi at Commencement;; Updike and Weiss receive honorary degrees • Girls flock east, flee UC doldrums • Faculty upholds MSGA decision: Exception noted in one case • Women program Big-Little Sister activities • Thomas and Moser win in run-off • APO seeks funds for proposed service project • UC freshmen to take part in WIP panel • Doanes take year leave, teach at Miles College • PSEA elects new officers • Editorial: Ursinus men? • War in the name of peace • Letters to the editor • Ruby 1900 edition • Crossettes avenge W.C. loss; Arch-rival crushed 14-4 • Tennis improves in winning 1 of 3 • Baseball has winning week with victories in 2 of 3 • Tennis drops 3rd; Blanked 5-0 by WC • Trackmen tromp as W.C. and Muhlenberg bow • Greek gleanings • Parsons to teach on Summer grant • Final examination schedule
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Hill, Craig S.; Church, Connie; Rentschler, Adele; Reed, Robert; Sprecher, Candace; Davis, George; and Laughlin, Constance, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 18, 1964" (1964). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 274.
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