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The Great Pumpkin comes to U.C. • Course Directory Catalogue Committee formed by U.S.G.A. • "Antigone" is ProTheatre's production • Union does it again • Criminal law featured as Forum topic • Letters to the editor: Epitaph on an Ursinus transfer • Pages from Ursinus past: A legend • Perusing Pfahler's pigeons • New Economics head • "Equus" reviewed • Concerts: Bizarre and sublime • Record review • Nate DuPree: Can a black man find happiness at Ursinus? • Martha Franklin: A half century of service to our students and campus • Readin', ritin' and new math • Introducing campus leaders • Football wrapup: Swarthmore; Widener • Hockey teams win the big games! • Harriers 6-4 on season
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Fitzgerald, Cynthia; Geist, George; McCarthy, Cathryn; Fegely, Brian J.; McLeod, Sean; Frye, Nancy; Gilmour, John; Tilley, Kimberly; Hadley, Frank-John; Whaley, Richard; Brant, Robert; Keene, C. Joy; and Searles, Robert A., "The Ursinus Weekly, November 7, 1974" (1974). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 25.
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