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1962 "Messiah" recording delivered to White House by UC delegation • Young Republicans hear Staudinger on reapportionment • Changes sought in WSGA rules • Mayer tells audience communism's faults • G. Dolman to speak at Methacton High seminar • Sears presents grant of $750 to Ursinus • 1962 Campus Chest begins next week • Half of students get financial aid • Dr. Creager author of 3 religious works • Sororities and fraternities pledge new members as Spring rushing ends • Spring Festival planning underway; Grace Folwell elected queen of court • Staiger gives lecture at Villanova seminar • Only 35 students donate blood • Drew's Michalson gives lecture on existentialism • New parking regulations instituted in town • Staiger's "Disney-type" films shown at Beardwood Chem meeting • Film offerings of high quality • Editorial: Those letters to the editor • Dr. "F" tosses pearls to swine • Greek gleanings • Error revealed in "Weekly" claim of publication year • Review of the "Lantern" by Gustavson's 2 selves • Cagers edge Drew 66-64 for 3rd win, lose to Drexel 69-53 on Saturday • Matmen dump Lebanon Valley, suffer upset at PMC on Saturday • Track squad members join practice meet • Siebenson shows improvement • Mermaids splash to 3 victories • Netwomen defeat Wilson, Rosemont
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Messiah, student government, Geoffrey Dolman, Milton Mayer, James Staudinger, Sears Roebuck Foundation, sororities, fraternities, rushing, Campus Chest, Alfred L. Creager, Spring Festival, Grace Folwell, Roger P. Staiger, Red Cross, Carl Michalson, Richard McClure, parking violations, Lantern, basketball, wrestling, track team, Bill Siebenson, swimming
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Piston, John B.; Livingston, Robert; Martin, Lynn; Peek, Carl F.; Travis, John; and Garner, Craig, "The Ursinus Weekly, February 25, 1963" (1963). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 288.