Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Campus Chest presents: You can't take it with you • New gym named Helfferich Hall • U.C. receives $100,000 grant from Kresge Foundation • Ursinus to confer 261 degrees at June 4 commencement • Ursinus suffers blackout; Transformer explodes • Scrounge Lounge opens; Provides place for chat • Editorial: The year of optimism • U.C. arts festival attracts hundreds • ProTheatre presents: Marat / Sade • President presents Ronnie Hollyman • Object d'art appears; Graces Library steps • President Pettit approves 3rd U.S.G.A. open dorm proposal • Kevin Akey elected new USGA president • Renovations: a new look for Pfahler • Ursinus Meistersingers plan 34th annual tour • WRUC-FM presents Jaime Brockett concert • Ursinus math team ranked in top 20 • I.R.C. welcomes 120 students to M.U.N.C. on U.C. campus • A. Wyeth, H.C. Pitz, and J.W. Merriam receive honorary degrees • Obituaries: Dr. John Jacob Heilemann, professor of physics, dies; Dr. Helen T. Garrett dies; Mrs. Dorothy A. Towers dies; Longtime Paisley resident head • Swimmers, Snellbelles off to regionals • Snellbelles undefeated • Bears close season with 4-4 record • Messiah sung tonight; Annual U.C. tradition • Women enjoy freedom with extended curfew • Ursinus Harriers place second in Middle Atlantic Conference

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 71, Number 20.

Candy Silver, editor.

This issue contains mostly reprinted articles from previous issues of the Weekly.

The Ursinus Weekly, June 2, 1972



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