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Mr. Cary speaks about his tour of Russia at Forum • Class rules comm. meets February 28 • Business Administration Club elects officers • Meistersingers and Chapel Choir get new choir gowns • Hamilton directs Campus Chest • YM-YWCA Cabinet discuss future plans at retreat • Pre-meds hear Dr. Wolffe; Plan trip • Bob Constable crowned king of the Lorelei, Fri. • Mr. Benjamin Fay speaks to APO • News on Bill Burger '54 • Selective Service test to be given Monday, March 5 • Editorial: Student day of prayer • Benefits of discussion in class • Changes appear in the Ursinus College catalogue • Lack of spirit, poor planning cause dead weekends at UC • Bucknell smashes Bruins; Knauf's pin stops Hens • Gros's clutch foul wins for Belles, 53-52 • Cagers mangle Garnet by 93-83 but drop Delaware, PMC decisions • Improving JVs, led by Watson, deserve credit • Ruby to appear May 20th; Most of work finished • Badminton squad wins first, 4-1 • Girls' swimming team splits two • Fraternity row • Sorority row • Phila. Orchestra releases schedule for Feb. and Mar. • Ursinus welcomes new students
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Winchester, Richard; Hudnut, David; Lederman, Ira; Mowrey, Jane; Foreman, Spencer; and Townsend, Jack, "The Ursinus Weekly, February 20, 1956" (1956). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 443.
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