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Junior class "goes Parisian" for Sunnybrook event Friday • Wurster elected YMCA president • Dr. Helfferich elected as UCC educators treasurer • Coeds tap Taney, Hartzell, Andrews for prexy posts • Pre-medicals hear Hahneman's Bondi on chemotherapy • Sophomores slate weekend wingding • Thousands visit science fair at Ursinus College • Forum to present Sokoloffs in piano recital Wednesday • Pi Nu will sponsor music month here • Weekly banquet is Swint's swansong • Moll announces MSGA now accepting petitions for 1962 membership • Editorial: A matter of policy; Is it worth it, men? • Letters to the editor • "Next war" praised; Bravo for Mackey • Meistersinger reports progress of New England tour via phone call • Conservative coed goes Dixie-way • Fighting Shaner leads Siebmen in sloppy 11-7 victory over Dickinson • Cindermen drop practice meet to Lehighers, 64 to 54 • Intramural corner • Dryfoos named outstanding player by coaches of MAC college division • Snyder places second in chess tournament • Greek gleanings • Miss Pennsylvania betroths UC grad • Final student concert spots Prokofieff work • Graduate grants
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Piston, John B.; Bloom, Geoffrey; Carter, Dave; Pollanick, Marion; Leister, Ed; Garner, Craig; and Fisher, Benjamin, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 9, 1962" (1962). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 316.
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