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Ursinus news in brief: Times cites college depression; 76'ers arrive for training; Simon participates in mission; Absentee ballots explained; Richter named Ursinus President • '76 enrollment drops • Dorm letter drafted • SFARC year opens • Comment: Action, not promises • Cheap shot commentators • Cost comparisons • Movie controversy • The Last hurrah: An introduction to Ursinus romance • Legal society success • Coming campus events • Teacher knows best! • Record review • Curriculum addition in history • Campaign-advance Ursinus • Phils to see red • Gurzynski retires from X-country • Soccer drops two • F.&M. beats Ursinus • Karas regime opens • Harriers 3 and 1 • What lies ahead • Hockey still winning • Saturday's game
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, '76ers, basketball, Robert Simon, Richard P. Richter, enrollment, student government, open dorm policy, Student Faculty Administration Relations Committee, calendar reform, judiciary board, rules and customs, Fritz the Cat, Haines-Barnard Pre-Legal Society, J. Seeyle Bixler, Melissa Manchester, Advance Ursinus, Derk Visser, Philadelphia Phillies, baseball, Ray Gurzynski, cross country, soccer, football, field hockey
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Stetler, Alan; Tuberty, Sharon; Di Marcangelo, Mark T.; Shelmire, Cindy; Whittaker, Donald R.; Dent, Stephanie; Chapman, Kamala R.; Wright, Keith; Fegely, Brian J.; Dixon, Bonnie; Fritz, Warren; Geist, George; Saraco, Joseph; and Prendergast, Kate, "The Ursinus Weekly, September 30, 1976" (1976). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 57.
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