Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Michael, Griffin, Brown win presidential posts • Mr. Carl Hartzell is new professor • Schweiker talks to U.C. students • Speaker to address U.C. students on sit-in movement • Meistersingers leave for annual Spring tour • Dean Pettit posts Summer courses • District PSEA officers discuss professional standards at UC • Frats to stress scholastic ability • Cast, producer, directors announced for Spring play • YM-YW sponsor retreat; Dr. Sture to speak in May • Dr. Eugene Miller to speak to Canterbury Club tonight • Campus organizations announce new leaders • Parking violators warned by college • WSGA plans annual installation banquet • Phi Alpha Psi holds annual dinner dance at Spring-Ford • Editorial: Appreciation • Life's not so bad • Mulling over May Day • Non-common sense • Mexican bus ride • WRUC: Collegeville, Pa. • Track team loses; Morgan excels • Netmen routed 9-0 by Garnet, Fords • Softball team loses one; Defeats Wilson • Lehigh, Fords, LaSalle fall victims to Bears • Swimmers excel; Eikner, Schachterle co-captains • Temple gymnasts perform on rings, new trampoline • Debating Club to debate with Franklin and Marshall
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, student government, Jim Michael, Cal Griffin, Jeff Brown, Richard S. Schweiker, Jon Van Til, Carl Hartzell, Meistersingers, summer school, PSEA, parking regulations, fraternities, Curtain Club, YMCA, YWCA, Douglas Sture, Eugene H. Miller, Canterbury Club, Phi Alpha Psi, May Day Pageant, WRUC, radio station, track team, Vern Morgan, tennis, softball, baseball, swimming, Debating Club
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Nicolai, Catherine A.; Kaiser, Virginia; Benner, Cynthia; O'Donnell, Kathryn Moyer; Swinton, John; and Morita, Gerald, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 25, 1960" (1960). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 361.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 59, Number 17.
Catherine A. Nicolai, editor.