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Sophomore, MSGA elections this Wednesday, Feb. 19th • March and April Forum speakers • Campus Chest to begin '58 drive • UC colors to be given freshman women, Feb. 20 • Sponsors Lenten service • Annual show by students, faculty set for March 14 • First speaker in art series, Feb. 26 • Eisenhower and rockets, subject of UC Forum speaker • Appeal received from Korean university officials for books • Lorelei features Bob Dale at Sunnybrook Friday night • Storm hits area; With snow drifting • "Kupid-Kapers" held Sat.; Snow affects Ape's dance • Senior class to present play "Gold in the hills" • Chem. society makes trip • Frosh dance Tues. night • U.C. grad at duPont Co. • Editorial: Do unto others • Wasted hours • BPL progress report • Grapplers beat E'towners; Lose to Delaware Hens • UC belles splash Temple 43 to 23; Bow to W. Chester • Courtmen lose to Drexel, Haverford and Delaware • Badminton team opens season with winner, 5-0 • Belles gain experience in loss of opener Feb. 12 • Library lists new accessions • Red Cross bloodmobile coming here February 25 • Temple Univ. offers teachers' art course
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Montgomery, Walter W.; Leger, Ann; Rowe, Philip Sterling; and Wagman, Sheldon P., "The Ursinus Weekly, February 17, 1958" (1958). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 399.
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