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Board announces promotions; Six granted tenure • S.F.A.R.C. discusses calendar reform • Egyptian Ambassador speaks on Middle East • Cub and Key holds reunion • Ec. Club meets • Whitians elect new members • U.C. professors attend national conferences • Editorial: Stewing students ask what's cooking? • Letter to the editor: Correction on discussion of birth control policy • Wyeth show at Museum • Pi Gamma Mu accepts 22 students • Book Store robbery • Forum review: The Israeli stand • Mattress fun • U.S.D.A. open house • Zacharias' inferno • Travelin' 9 delayed • Golfers swing • Track races • Baseball: Phillies • Baseball: Ursinus season report • ETS tests itself • Comparing college tuitions • PCO sponsors Vision Center

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 75, Number 15.

Ruth L. von Kummer, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 29, 1976



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