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The Great Pumpkin comes to U.C. • Course Directory Catalogue Committee formed by U.S.G.A. • "Antigone" is ProTheatre's production • Union does it again • Criminal law featured as Forum topic • Letters to the editor: Epitaph on an Ursinus transfer • Pages from Ursinus past: A legend • Perusing Pfahler's pigeons • New Economics head • "Equus" reviewed • Concerts: Bizarre and sublime • Record review • Nate DuPree: Can a black man find happiness at Ursinus? • Martha Franklin: A half century of service to our students and campus • Readin', ritin' and new math • Introducing campus leaders • Football wrapup: Swarthmore; Widener • Hockey teams win the big games! • Harriers 6-4 on season

Publication Date

11-7-1974

Publisher

Ursinus College

City

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Keywords

Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Halloween, student government, course selection, curriculum, ProTheatre, Antigone, Union, jigsaw puzzle, Forum, Joseph D. Harbaugh, abortion, Bomberger Memorial Hall, pigeons, Pfahler Hall, John Pilgrim, Marcel Marceau, Equus, Philadelphia, Spectrum Theatre, Eric Clapton, Roxy Theatre, Allentown, Nathaniel DuPree, minority students, prejudice, Martha Franklin, student teaching, Nina Wagner, Henry Paul Johnson, football, field hockey, cross country

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This item is available courtesy of the Ursinus College Archives. It is not to be copied or distributed for commercial use.

Disciplines

Cultural History | Higher Education | Liberal Studies | Social History | United States History

Comments

This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 74, Number 6.

Cynthia V. Fitzgerald, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 7, 1974

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