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MS-WSGA pass new class rules; Discuss govt. merger • Holcombe, Walker lead S.E.-PFTA • Sella, McCoy view Dartmouth meeting • Dr. Parsons announces changes in calendar • May Day dances still offer a few positions • "Y" discusses cuts, race relations; Commissions to meet Wednesday • Foard to succeed Winchester as editor; Will assume duties today • APO plans contest for CC drive • Forum hears of African problem • Faculty minstrel planned for show • Business Club visits industry • Choir presents several concerts • Audrey Cale to speak to I.R.C. tonight • Editorial: Ave atque vale (hail and farewell); New insight • Feature staff laughs at itself • Letters to the editor • Feature editor reflects on his ideals, evaluates reality • Red Sox picked over Yankees and Indians in the "official" predictions • Swimmers finish 8th in competition • Badminton Belles end good season • Track prospects brighten as 28 candidates report • Girls b-ball team runs streak to 8 • Detailed account of government meeting where fourteen class rules were passed • Rev. F. I. Sheeder heads church publication group • "The last time I seen Paris" • Do you support red revolution in your backyard?
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, student government, rules and customs, Bruce Holcombe, Bud Walker, Future Teachers of America, Ed Sella, Tom McCoy, YMCA, YWCA, cut policy, Chester Marcus, May Day, Larry Foard, Alpha Phi Omega, Campus Chest, Leonard Speers, student-faculty show, Business Club, Superior Tube Company, Meistersingers, Audrey Cale, International Relations Club, baseball, swimming, badminton, track team, basketball, Franklin I. Sheeder
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Winchester, Richard; Marsella, Loretta; Schorsch, Ismar; Blood, Richard; and Hudnut, David, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 19, 1956" (1956). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 446.
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