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U.C. Century II fund drive commences; Goal for '70-'75 set at 5.5 million • Samuel L. Gandy speaks June 6th • Pancoast takes sabbatical leave • Ursinus gives merit scholarships • Women's curfews change; Weekend hours abolished • What has become of APEs? • Editorial: Apathy kills • Focus: Selby Nera • U.S.G.A. wrap-up 1970-71: A year in pursuit of progress • Appearance & reality? • Double standard is alive and living in Collegeville • Movie critic: "Little big man" • Student Union and Bomberger renovation to begin soon • Faculty portrait: Dr. Ray Schultz • U.C. English comprehensive to present times-one view • U.C. President William Pettit reflects on past year, his first as President • Mrs. Watson has perfected the art of winning • After four years • Varsity golf: Linksmen finish 6-8 • D. Larson pitches 3 hitter • Final examination schedule
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, fundraising, Century II, Samuel Lucius Gandy, G. Sieber Pancoast, merit scholarships, women's hours, curfew system, Apes, fraternities, Selby Nera, student government, Little big man, College Union, Bomberger Memorial Hall, Ray K. Schultz, English comprehensive, William S. Pettit, lacrosse, Margery J. Watson, golf, baseball, Don Larson
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Chambers, Charles; Earle, Judith; Mowere, David; Dillman, Dave; Miller, Rick; Barenblitt, Carol; Greenberg, Glen; Spacek, Lesa; Weaver, Jonathan; Silver, Candy; Powers, Mike; Crane, Cris; and McAviney, Don, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 20, 1971" (1971). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 147.
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