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Y retreat format includes rustic setting, square dance • Six students join ICG Conference; Bogel a nominee • Church secretary to speak in chapel • Dean Rothenberger lists women's dorm officers • May 5-7 heralds Greek weekend: Buddy Morrow's orchestra opens weekend of dancing, sports, picnics • Curtis Ensemble well received here; Plays difficult pieces proficiently • Juniors ask "Ruby" Summer delivery • College chaplain "haiku" authority • Mayes, Moll seek MSGA prexy post • Schellhase announces alumni Spring seminar • Editorial: Curtis String Quartet; MSGA's jurisdiction • Ursinus in the past • Vigil at Fort Detrick • "Red China: Whence and whither" • Chapel commentary • It's Morgan again; Miler clocks 4:13.3 though team loses to Fords, F&M • Girls' tennis team wins; Men drop initial matches • Siebmen lace Dickinson, Wilkes; Tie Haverford • Pennsylvania offers fine brookies, browns, rainbows • Implications of compromise • Escorts chosen for Spring fete • Meistersingers return; Plan Ursinus concert • "The Holy land" theme of Lutheran Club meeting • Ursinus alumnus speaks to Beardwood group
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, YMCA, YWCA, dormitory officers, Barbara Bogel, Intercollegiate Conference on Government, Bruce G. Kriete, Curtis String Quartet, Ruby, Alfred L. Creager, Mrs. George Leslie Omwake, Buddy Morrow, Night Train orchestra, student government, Dick Mayes, Tom Moll, Richard T. Schellhase, Fort Detrick, W. Alan Rickett, chapel service, track team, Vern Morgan, tennis, baseball, fishing, Spring Festival, Lutheran Club, Beardwood Chemical Society, Fred Owens, Meistersingers
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Swinton, John; Mendelson, Anne; Stevenson, Robin L.; Pratt, Bill; Nicolai, Catherine A.; Morita, Gerald; Garner, Craig; Fitts, Holland; and Ford, Gail, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 24, 1961" (1961). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 340.