Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Montgomery succeeds Foard April 1st as "Weekly" editor • Pettit announces "Dean's list-ers" for Spring term • Second program in "Y" music seminar to be given Wed. • College officials warn UC students against peddlers • "Sabrina fair" cast; To be given in May • Work on May Day underway; Cast, committees chosen • Frats & sororities complete Spring "rushing;" New members sign bids • 1957 UC Campus Chest fund totals more than $1,200.00 • Turnout small for government forum, Mar. 4 • IRC to hear talk on Israel and UN • MSGA discusses men's regulations • Editorial: Plaudits! ; Memoranda on March 4 • Student government at Ursinus College • M. A. division pres. announces Bear matmen as title winners • Netgals end with undefeated season • Belles add three more wins to log • Annual "intramural night" to take place tomorrow eve. • Campus to be visited by US naval officer • Chi Alpha Society hears speaker on integration • UC receives $400 gift from New York City bank

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 56, Number 14.

Lawrence Foard, Jr., editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 18, 1957



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