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Ursinus suffers blackout; Transformer explodes • Dr. Helen T. Garrett dies • UC students experience teaching • Dr. Robert M. Veatch to speak at Ursinus College forum • Dr. Allan Lake Rice speaks at conference • Students inducted into Omicron Delta Epsilon • Ursinus seeks $200,000 gift • Lantern elects officers for '72-'73; Spring issue expected in late May • Editorial: Stop the war • Focus: Jane Siegel • Strike • Faculty portrait: Dr. Gayle Byerly • Guest column: Dr. Allan Rice on war and peace • Letters to the editor: The need of a psychologist; Open letter to security • W.C. rains on our parade • Sing sets record • Bartholomew wins two • Ursinus starts baseball season • Travelin' 5's history told • Modern Dance Club: fun for all
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, blackout, Helen T. Garrett, Robert M. Veatch, student teaching, Allan Lake Rice, Swedish, Omicron Delta Epsilon, Pfahler Hall, Lantern, Vietnam War, striking, Jane Siegel, Gayle Byerly, student counseling, theft, F. Scott Pierce, Modern Dance club, lacrosse, softball, tennis, baseball, Robert Sing, track, Alan Bartholomew
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Silver, Candy; Keim, Molly; Seifrit, Carol; Budenstein, S. Richard; Cochran, James; Rice, Allan Lake; Connell, Ruthann; Amend, Priscilla M.; Fitzgerald, Cynthia; and Frye, Nancy, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 27, 1972" (1972). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 123.
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