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Ursinus news in brief: Parsons recovering; Damage fines abolished; Young Democrats revived; Homecoming planned; Voter registration held; MBA fair planned • Messiah cut back • Placement meetings set • Commuters organize • SAC reports • Comment: The ugly American lives on • Richter talks to freshmen • Comment: Alumni-student relations • Rheinpfalz folk culture • Bob Dean: Artist • proTheatre produces one acts • Beautiful noise • Operation: White Cloud • Coming campus events • Handwerk replaces Fry • Soccer drops three • Bears lose • X-Country splits • Kang's return • McGinnis views NBA and Sixers
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, William T. Parsons, repair deposits, Young Democrats Club, Homecoming, graduate school, Messiah, commuters, Placement Office, Student Activities Committee, Richard P. Richter, alumni, Rheinpfalz Folk Culture Group, Pennsylvania Dutch, Robert Dean, ProTheatre, Neil Diamond, Bob Handwerk, basketball, soccer, football, cross country, Philadelphia '76ers
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Stetler, Alan; Weibezahl, Ann; Dixon, Bonnie; Bright, Walter; Geist, George; Chapman, Kamala R.; Wright, Keith; Dent, Stephanie; Whittaker, Donald R.; Saraco, Joseph; Schwartz, Andrew; Davies, Kevin; and Greenfield, Steven, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 21, 1976" (1976). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 60.