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Men's student government election results announced • Rowe president of the Curtain Club; McKey wins award • Mayor discusses juvenile crime • Campus Chest total announced; Chairmen named • Women's dorm elections held; Senators chosen • Men's council completes term; Finishes new rules • Class, MSGA officers selected on Wednesday • "Open door policy" in mental health featured at Forum • Arrival of professors in September announced • "Green back" and machines watched • Editorial: "Customs" • She stoops to conquer • Letters to the editor • How to be a campus intellectual • Martella reaches quarter final in Middle Atlantics • Lacrosse squad defeated; Lose last two contests • Ursinus drops third to Ryder squad, 4-3 • Girls' tennis team wins season's two stiffest matches • Art King chosen Lantern editor; New staff named • Newman Club hears speaker • Tempest made APO prexy; Service projects planned

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, student government, Curtain Club, Angie J. McKey, Phil Rowe, Meistersingers, Richardson Dilworth, Philadelphia, Campus Chest, Delta Mu Sigma, rules and customs, Robert Smucker, George G. Storey, F. Donald Zucker, Donald H. Fortnum, Kappa Delta Kappa, Business Administration Club, Chi Alpha, tennis, Art Martella, lacrosse, baseball, Lantern, Art King, Donald J. Ottenberg, Brownback-Anders pre-medical society, Beardwood Chemical Society, Newman Club, John Macko, Alpha Phi Omega, Ron Tempest, Band


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 57, Number 19.

Frederick L. Glauser, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 12, 1958



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