Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Feldstein, Shinnick and Kelly elected new class presidents • Young Democrats foresee active year under Ryan • Coeds elect reps to WSGA council • ZX & KDK winners in Pi Nu songfest • 2-part art seminar of Y successfully completed • UC mile relayers place 3rd Friday in Penn relays • Haeussner elected president of MSGA • Women voters tap new dorm officers • Y officers reveal new appointments to '62-63 cabinet • Myers voted veep of statewide PSEA • IFS weekend features Saylor, Hawkins rock & roll group • Debaters place in New York tourney • Spring blooms to enliven campus • Meistersingers in fine voice finish season on campus • Editorial: Right to review • Letters to the editor • Germany revisited, then to Amsterdam • Carp's Washington of capitol's past • Greek gleanings • Netwomen defeat Penn Varsity, JV's • Lacrossers smash Penn, Swarthmore, deadlock Shipley • Cindercrew downs F&M, sets records in Swarthmore tilt • Siebmen cripple W. Maryland, lose in Hopkins upset • Tennismen suffer • Openings in Africa teaching program • Ursinus coed to enter county beauty pageant
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Piston, John B.; Morris, Cynthia; Hunter, Jean E.; Garner, Craig; and Roberts, George, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 30, 1962" (1962). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 318.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 61, Number 20.
John B. Piston, editor.