Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Freshman class energetic; Brings new atmosphere to U.C. • Open dorm extension refused, frosh cuts limited to 6 • Bomberger Hall finally opens after lengthy renovations • Professor publishes • Union plans discussed • Editorial: And the train keeps a-rollin’ • Philadelphia Folk Festival presents music and workshops • Letter to the editor: Give us a chance • Presenting Mr. Gaglio • U.C. coeds travel to France • Hockey Bearettes on their way to successful season • Hopeful hoopla • New tennis courts ready for use • Bears drop two

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Bomberger Memorial Hall, College Union, cut policy, open dorms, William Schuyler Pettit, William B. Williamson, Philadelphia Folk Festival, Nicholas Gaglio, study abroad, France, Philadelphia 76ers, field hockey, tennis, football


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 73, Number 1.

Photographs by Mike Werner and William Kenealy.

John T. Fidler, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 4, 1973



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