Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Travelin' 5 talent ready • Campus Chest presents: You can't take it with you • U.C. students offered esoteric subject matter • Warren Robinson named St. Andrews scholar • U.C. receives grant • U.C. graduate presents piano concert • Executives discuss gift solicitation on campus • Editorial: Reflections; Need for a counselor • Focus: Barbara Dando • Fidler on the wax: Humble Pie • Faculty portrait: Dr. Louis DeCatur • Strike • College scholars • Letters to the editor: U.S. government defended; Collegeville's smut store; Apathy habit • Final examination schedule • Spring Parents' Day • Ursinus pounds Penn • U.C. baseball loses to Haverford in top of 9th • The Ersinus Weakly

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 71, Number 18.

Candy Silver, editor.

This issue contains a supplementary parody newspaper, "The Ersinus Weakly."

The Ursinus Weekly, May 11, 1972



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