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Meistersingers now on three day Spring concert tour • Campus Chest at half-way point • Central nominating comm. gives list of candidates • YMCA elections scheduled for Tuesday, April 24th • Vespers hymn sing • MS-WSGA discuss merger possibility • Civil Service exams to be given; Many opportunities open to qualified students • May Day plans are announced; Dance groups are named • Exchange papers are now available to student body • Student-Faculty variety show pleases large crowd • Ursinus debaters on TV: Defend lower voting age • Symposiums are offered pre-med bio. students • Editorial: Some plaudits to a multitude; A little light in dark places • Letters to the editor • Modern educators' wrong emphasis creates problems • Customs seen in need of revision • Adelaide and the frog prince: A modern fairy tale • Lawrence E. Gubb to speak & show African slides to Y • Alpha Phi Omega sponsors campus-cleanup drive • Bruins drop Drexel opener; Smash W. Md. & J. Hopkins • Softball team set for Apr. 30 opener • Jesperson to lead net team Thurs. • ZX track win led by Carney, Rohm • Thinclads swamped by strong Ford trackmen in opening dual meet • U. Belles shine at B. Mawr playday

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Meistersingers, Campus Chest, student government, May Day pageant, YMCA, YWCA, vespers, Student-faculty show, Debating Club, rules and customs, Lawrence Edward Gubb, Alpha Phi Omega, baseball, softball, tennis, Zeta Chi, intramural sports, Chris Rohm, Bob Carney, track team, lacrosse, Walt Christ


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 55, Number 15.

Lawrence Foard, Jr., editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 16, 1956



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