Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Protheatre readies "Marat / Sade" premiere • Mrs. Dorothy A. Towers dies; Longtime Paisley resident head • I.R.C. welcomes 120 students to M.U.N.C. on U.C. campus • Ursinus presents festival of arts • Helfferich to direct prize-winning comedy • Mr. Ehrlich judges Delaware theaters • Editorial: Open dorms: Post facto • Focus: Terry Tucker • Spotlight: Dean Geoffrey Dolman • Here's Higgins: President Pettit • Faculty portrait: Mrs. Jeanetta Bicking • New idea in painting • Administration answers • Trivia • New gymnasium to open in Fall; enhances, enriches U.C. campus • U.C. takes part in walkathon • Placement schedule • Letter to the editor • Swimmers, Snellbelles off to regionals • '72 women swimmers best ever at Ursinus

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, ProTheatre, Festival of Arts, Donald L. Helfferich, Dorothy A. Towers, Paisley Hall, International Relations Club, model United Nations, Melvyn Ehrlich, open dorms, Terry Tucker, Geoffrey Dolman, William Schuyler Pettit, Jeanetta Bicking, chemistry, telephone service, gymnasium, Muscular Dystrophy walkathon, swimming, basketball


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 71, Number 13.

Candy Silver, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 9, 1972



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