Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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U.S.G.A. initiates tough new policy, vows good supervision of open houses • Ursinus admission requirements, unlike national trends, maintain standards • Cooperative atmosphere at education banquet • Ursinus karate club holds demonstration • Chapel program begins • College Union calendar full • Debating club forming; Mr. Perreten will head group • Editorial: On the outside looking in; Autumn at Ursinus • Letters to the Editor: Early riser protests; Declaration of independence; Compromise called for • Alumni Corner • Film: “Heavy Traffic” • Bagpiper Bud Hamilton plays at first College Union program • Ornithology - flocking together Supersax plays Bird • Library staff portrait: Mr. James Rue • Bearettes down Glassboro, F&M, and Bucks County • Another game, another loss • Cross country wins roll on • Soccer team now 3-2

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 73, Number 3.

Photographs by Mike Werner and Bob Carty.

John T. Fidler, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 18, 1973



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