Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Morita represents Ursinus at Peace Corps conference • Cressman, Nelson vie for YWCA prexy post • Dr. McClure's portrait on exhibit in Library • Dr. Gilmer speaks to psych forum tonight in Pfahler • MSGA warns campus cut-ups; Pranks cause local discontent: Sandercock discusses townsfolk's complaints; Activities Committee donates rec room funds • Ferrell, Sheese head slate of WAA officers • Four co-eds seek office as WSGA president • Five IRC members join in Model UN Assembly • Editorial: What the Weekly says • Ursinus in the past • From Bach to Dixie • Letters to the editor • Chapel commentary • Badminton girls undefeated sixth consecutive year • Winning season first for Mermaids since 1955 swimmers • Siebmen succumb; Drop two games • Morgan, Sermarini set field marks in losing cinder cause Wednesday • Brammal conducts tennis clinic here • European seminar has two openings • Spanish Club film tomorrow night • IIE lists Summer study openings • Sandberg recipient of two scholarships • Valley Forge band plays at Norristown concert • Aloha
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Gerald Morita, Peace Corps, YWCA, YMCA, Carolyn Cressman, Judy Nelson, Norman Egbert McClure, Alumni Memorial Library, B. von Haller Gilmer, Women's Athletic Association, Georgia Ferrell, Barbara Sheese, student government, Jim Sandercock, pranks, Model United Nations, College Band, chapel service, badminton, swimming, baseball, tennis, Norm Brammal, track team, Vern Morgan, Tony Sermarini, Maurice Armstrong, Spanish Club, Valley Forge Military Academy Band, Ronald Sandberg, study abroad
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Swinton, John; Stevenson, Robin L.; Piston, John B.; Morita, Gerald; Taney, Carol; and Fatscher, Ruth, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 10, 1961" (1961). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 338.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 60, Number 17.
John R. Swinton, editor.