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Report submitted by 1963-64 Women's Customs Committee • Proctors named for coming year • Fred Yocum and Dr. Zucker to represent UC in June "Y" conference • Debating Club to present "mock" College Bowl • Douglas Steere to speak in expanded Forum Wednesday • Sophs & new frosh receive required Summer reading • Spring Festival weekend May 10-11; "The staring match" begins activities • Dr. Wagner plied by students in 3rd Controversy • Bob Larzelere elected to head Men's Customs next year • Tibetan lamas to visit Ursinus • Letters to the editor • It's all over • Greek gleanings • Whistlestops final step in Spring rushing • Pre-med society hears Dr. Cochran • Mike Bernstein receives honors • Nominations made for class officers • UC Band concert scheduled May 11 • Pre-med elections this week • Cheerleaders name squad members • Meistersingers performance superb • WSGA meeting • Bears out-poll Diplomats 10-4; Deep-freeze, rain dissolve E-Town • Wilkes stuns UC's chances 2-1 • UC downs WC in lacrosse, 10-4 • Netmen conquer Drexel and PMC • Favored Drexel smashed by UC golf club • Cindermen raise season record 6-1 • Haverford defeats UC golf team
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, rules and customs, proctors, Frederick W. Yocum, F. Donald Zucker, YMCA, YWCA, Debating Club, Douglas Steere, Summer reading, Spring Festival, Curtain Club, James Wagner, Bob Larzelere, Allan L. Rice, fraternities, sororities, rushing, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, William Cochran, Mike Bernstein, College Band, cheerleading, Meistersingers, baseball, lacrosse, tennis, golf, track team
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Robbins, Sharon E.; Martin, Lynn; and Garner, Craig, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 6, 1963" (1963). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 295.
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