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Gordon to present theory of Mayans, Incas at Ursinus • Travelin' II to highlight annual Scott Pierce concert • Ursinus student killed in tragic automobile mishap • U.C. plans Student Union; Students make proposals • Prom, Showboat spark weekend • Dr. Rice, group discuss various Velikovsky ideas • Editorial: We must know why • Focus: Fred Steckhahn • "Revolution for the hell of it" • Opinion: Dealing with campus disorder • Faculty portrait: Mrs. Downing • Polemic, Pt. 1 • Victory in Vietnam imminent; "Gentled" put-ons since 1962 • Label hang-up attacked • A.C. Festival • Wrice talks at Ursinus • Letter to the editor • "Weekly" presents senior countdown • "Save us" • Whatley comments on security • Protheatre work, "Thieves carnival" to be presented • Weekly snag: Credibility gap • U.S.G.A.: Fast Day success, jazz concert, Student Union • Structure of antibody revealed by Edelman • Festival scheduled for Parents Day • Beardwood hosts ISC conference • Kerr to discuss college level ed. at alumni seminar • Baseball team loses 3; Two games rained out • Howard's netmen win three straight • Newly organized golf team captures first two matches • Towson included on grid schedule • PMC destroys thinclads; UC to seek revenge in May • "Miss Campus Chest" is exposed; Do you sleep in the nude? debuts as Campus Chest grinds to a halt • Co-ed accosted by young man known as Pete
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Cyrus H. Gordon, Student Union, Scott Pierce, John Joseph Ketas, Senior Prom, Showboat, Immanuel Velikovsky, alcohol, open dorms, Fred Steckhahn, Abbie Hoffman, Ida Downing, Vietnam, Atlantic City Pop Festival, Herman Wrice, security, ProTheatre, Student Activities Committee, Parents Day, student government, dress code, Gerald M. Edelman, Beardwood Chemical Society, Intercollegiate Student Chemist conference, Clark Kerr, baseball, golf, basketball, football, track team, Campus Chest, talent show
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Gold, Alan; Earle, Judith; Weaver, Jonathan; Stoner, Michael; Sautter, Paul; Swarr, Bob; Siegel, Jane; Hauser, Marc; Turnage, Linda; Ball, Edna; Vanasse, Greg; Crane, Cris; Taylor, Ted; Herman, Ronald; Wollentin, Lynn; Sears, David; and Sweet, Stuart, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 1, 1969" (1969). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 174.
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