Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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F. Glauser new editor; Begins duties April 1st • Spring a myth as snow hits area • Naval officer to visit campus Tues. • Student-prof show climaxes Campus Chest drive Mar. 14 • Debaters defeat Villanova, Mar. 13 • Second "Y" Forum on art features talk on sculpture • Al Wilson elected SEAP president for SE Penna. • Committees and participants are named for '58 May Day pageant • Catherine Drinker Bowen to speak at Forum Wednesday • '59 Ruby editors name new staff • Mr. Walker to be panelist at teachers' convention • Rowe candidate for scholarship • Editorial: Last but not least • Letters to the editor • Two Easter sonnets for our times • Badminton team wins five: To play Bryn Mawr Tues. • Ursinus baseball nine to open season April 10 • Tennis outlook fair; Clinics held • Belle's basketball roundup: Tally 6 wins and 3 losses • Intramural b'ball won by Curtis I • MSGA reviews rules and penalties for infractions

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 57, Number 15.

Walter William Montgomery, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 24, 1958



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