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Jean Dillin wins Weekly contest • Sororities welcome 14 new members; 43 men accept frat bids this afternoon • Beardwood chemistry club hears Dr. Levie Van Dam • Two Ursinus women offer Summer teaching position on Indian reservations • Colors presented to new UC women • Patti Whittick elected May queen; JoAnn Lewis unopposed May manager • Philadelphia rabbi participates in religious emphasis week • Charities chosen for Campus Chest • Wire manufacturer appears for ACES • Student teachers hear C-T principal • Clinic Day "unqualified success" • Editorial: Dual roles • Lycoming College to hold music fete • Ursinus in the past • Pearson, Williams named WSGA, WAA representatives • Cabinet of "Y" receives two day study choices • Veterinarian work topic for pre-med. society guest • Cooler breezes consort in Austria and Germany • Leber-South leads dorm cage league • Maids swim, dive for two victories • MASCAC wrestling tickets on sale • Grapplers pound PMC, 32-0; Dean, Powers still unbeaten • Hoopsters winless in week's action; Delaware, Drexel drub Grizzlies • Women split two tilts; West Chester cagers win • Track team runs early indoor meets • Collegeville tops Phoenix YMCA basketball league • Collegeville Girl Scouts hear Mrs. Ned Seelye • 17 Collegeville firemen at Phila. fire school • Charles H. Noss, Ursinus Director, dies suddenly
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Swinton, John; Stevenson, Robin L.; Morris, Cynthia; Morita, Gerald; and Wilson, Dennis Sr., "The Ursinus Weekly, February 26, 1962" (1962). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 312.