Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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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

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 70, Number 22.

Chuck Chambers, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 20, 1971



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