Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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U.N. official speaks on Africa • Aviation team to visit; Group on campus Mar. 22 • Two frosh girls complete Spring Festival court • Committee set up to plan first Parents Day • State Department seeks people for jobs • "Mr. Barrie's etchings" chosen as Spring play • Listings for March job interviews are posted • Ursinus to host SPSEA convention on Sat., March 18 • WAA investigates insurance plan • Music fraternity invites three people to join • CAC to present second music night on March 18 • "Archaeology & the Bible" topic of Wed. Y program • Two one-act plays offered in Phila. • Four seniors accepted for teaching positions • Annual "Weekly" banquet to be held on Thursday • Business Club plans visit to Vic Chemical • Editorial: An unfortunate situation • Letters to the editor • Pleasure and the hedonists • Mistake of the misfits • Reviews: Senior show; Just how mad can you be? • Dryfoos elected to ASCD 1st team • Mermaids down Chestnut Hill • Alpha Phi Epsilon defeats South Hall 83-56 to capture intramural title • Girls downed by Beaver, beat West Chester gals • Chapel commentary • Greek gleanings
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Nicolai, Catherine A.; Mast, William; Levine, Richard F.; Piston, John B.; Swinton, John; and Morita, Gerald, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 13, 1961" (1961). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 336.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 60, Number 15.
Catherine A. Nicolai, editor.