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John Canady addresses art seminar group • Ursinus to participate in cultural olympics at U. of P. • Cheating case reviewed by MSGA on Tuesday • Teacher problems outlined for FTA by Mrs. Swavely • Griffin, Mathewson star in group play • Lit readings postponed • "Civil liberties today" is discussed by Backrack • Women's Club to fete senior girls at coffee • University of Pennsylvania Band to give concert, Thursday • Editorials: Goodbye, my fancy • Exhibit in Library • Broadway tunes highlight WAA musical production • Dave Seay, Marshall Nixon tell of service hitches • Reporter clipped by barber of Brodbeck • Doctor tells symptoms of dread Spring fever disease • Gene Harris, Carl Smith new cage co-captains • Mermaids lose to Swarthmore • Basketball season ends; "Shoes" leads statistics • Undefeated Belles top E. Stroudsburg • Intramural night occurs tomorrow • Badminton team downs Rosemont • Curtis I tops Curtis II for intramural honors • Ralph Schumacher named to first all MAC team • Bowman, Cross to inherit "Weekly" sports editing • "God of creation" viewed at vespers program, Sunday
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Allen, Mary Jane; Westerhoff, John; Higgins, Joan; Pauff, George W.; Dedekind, Roland; Bowman, Dick; and Garrow, Patricia, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 15, 1954" (1954). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 492.
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