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Curtain Club's "The Girls in 509" scheduled Friday and Saturday • Fraser & Dingman selected head soph rulers to enliven '62 frosh customs program • Canterbury Club features speaker, CBS church film • Awards highlight waiters' banquet • Dennis recovering from heart attack • Moyer attends ISC meeting at E-town • World traveler slated to address IRC tonight • "Yippee-i-o" theme of Spring Festival featuring queen, festivities Saturday • Campus politicers reconcile riffs at annual banquet • Hudnut & students plan jazz seminar • Cub & Key Society meets at Staigers • Editorial: Beauty versus popularity; Turning the tables • "Shenanigan '62" senior show theme • Dozing technique requires practice • Sesquicentennial fetes continue in nearby Norristown • Obscurity, neglect & confusion mark UC's undeveloped "college museum" • Tennismen win over LaSalle, drop PMC heartbreaker • Lacrossers swamp West Chesterettes • Baseballers smash Haverford, F&M, lose to E-Towners • Trackmen trounce PMC & Dickinson, upset by Hopkins • UC & West Chester swap wins to open softball season • Greek gleanings
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Piston, John B.; Entrekin, Karen; Christman, Roy; Brungart, Suzanne; Hamilton, Lore; and Garner, Craig, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 7, 1962" (1962). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 319.