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Lawhead and Stevenson pick staff members for 1957 Ruby • MS-WSGA propose set of regulations for class meetings • "Apollo of Bellac" appears Tuesday • S.R.C. begins China drive • March 19 issue to reveal identity of new editor • Business Club visits Stowe plant • 1956 Ruby announces sale of outstanding photos • I.R.C. to hear Mr. Pak Kim • Padula, Prutzman outstanding as Lafayette sweeps MAC team title • String quartet to present program • Sorority row • Fraternity row • Dr. Hutchison chosen as director for S-F show • Candidates for May Day meet Wednesday in S-12 • Coke machine in Pfahler hall • Commissions plan future activities • Editorial: Shutterbug wanted; Write a letter • Letters to the editor • What would you demand of your ideal man? • Gettysburg loses title after 8 year domination; Poor seating holds Bears to thirteen point total • Badminton squad suffers first loss • Matmen pin Drexel in 29-5 massacre • Belles wallop Drexel to remain undefeated • Mermaids edged by Penn, 32-25 • Bears drop final to Delaware, 82-79
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Ruby, Lee Lawhead, Helen Stevenson, Curtain Club, dinnerware, student government, Business Administration Club, Doehler-Jarvis die casting, International Relations Club, Pak Kim, South Korea, wrestling, Dick Padula, Jack Prutzman, sororities, fraternities, Valley Forge String Quartet, YMCA, YWCA, May Day pageant, Pfahler Hall, badminton, basketball, swimming
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Winchester, Richard; Townsend, Jack; and Foreman, Spencer, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 5, 1956" (1956). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 445.
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