Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Emig's tenure ends; USGA holds election • President Helfferich retiring; Board of Directors outlines criteria for new President • Dean H. L. Jones hospitalized; recovering from heart attack • Festival of Arts to feature Sweet Stavin' Chain, Smither • Editorial: Student power vacuum • Focus: Stu Sweet: Side one, side two • Faculty portrait: Eleanor Frost Snell • Immodest proposal • "Absolute apathy" • Administration answers: "Financial aid" • ProTheater on front stage • Perspectives: On Dick • Letters to the editor: Centennial issue; Bulletin • SFARC dissatisfied • Indoor trackmen compete during semester vacation • Bearettes initiate 5-girl basketball • Change of scenery • Badminton team starts with win • Bear hoopmen drop below .500 mark • Matmen lose by forfeits • Michener, Shepherd headline spring term Forum schedule • January graduates • Lorelei speakeasy • Chicago transit authority to perform at Albright • LIFE detects peace on college campus

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, student government, John Emig, Donald L. Helfferich, Howard Lloyd Jones, Festival of Arts, Chris Smither, Stuart Sweet, Eleanor Frost Snell, financial aid, technology, ProTheater, Richard Nixon, Student Faculty Administration Relations Committee, track team, basketball, badminton, wrestling, Michael Korn, James Michener, Jean Shepherd, Lorelei


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 69, Number 7.

Alan C. Gold, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 20, 1970



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