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Two faculty members receive promotions • Committee of USGA proposes rule changes • Henry and Perreten get study grants • Dr. Parsons and Dr. Snyder to run Pa. Dutch course • Japanese will join U.C. summer school • U.C. to honor Rep. Ware at commencement • Dave Liscom to attend St. Andrews • Editorial: So what else is new?; Say something good • Italian philosopher is reborn • Alumni corner: The Ruby in debt • The ghost of Ursinus past • Ursinus students view unicorns • New 3-plus-3 plan: Degree in 3 years • Pi Gamma Mu names 10 to membership • Brazilians say “Saudade!” • U.C. students plan summers in Europe • Review: Springsteen’s rock rocks U.C. campus • ‘Chap’ resigns his U.C posts • Lacrosse trials select players • Bear runners looking good • Faculty focus: Georgia Ferrell leads winning gymnasts • Baseball squad facing tough competition • Two Ursinus basketball stars honored
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Raymond V. Gurzynski, Ronald E. Hess, student government, cut policy, rules and customs, Joyce Henry, Peter Perreten, Pennsylvania Dutch, William Parsons, Evan Snyder, St. Andrews University, John H. Ware, Tohoku Gakuin University, Socratic Club, Vico, Ruby yearbook, French tapestries, summer school, Pi Gamma Mu, Bruce Springsteen, University of Paraiba choir, study abroad, Milton E. Detterline, lacrosse, tennis, softball, baseball, track, gymnastics, basketball
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Fidler, John T.; Geist, George; Whaley, Richard; Harsch, Marilyn; Brian, Harry F.; Searles, Robert A.; Taxis, Barbara; Gaglio, Dick; and Gilmour, John, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 2, 1974" (1974). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 16.
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