Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Ursinus news in brief: Weekly tries new printer; Chem student receives award; Top seniors honored; Music officers picked; Simon wins award; Brandt wins award; Young Republicans choose officers • Richter hails USGA proposal as "primary document" • Field hockey trip cancelled • Chapter scholars honored • Comment: Is this any way to run a school? • Letters to the editor • Dames at sea • Movie attack: Fellini's "Casanova" • Musical notes: Meistersingers tour • Parsons' book reviewed • Pi No • On curriculum • Presidential memo • Doctorates • From the cluttered desk of the USGA President • Calendar priorities • Curley wins scholarship • 14 admitted to med schools • Placement Office offers services • Check it out: Lacrosse at 10-1 • Baseball winds down season • Women's softball • Trinkle holds all records in high jump competition • 5th in MAC's track team • Women's tennis at match point
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Robert J. Clemens, Pi Nu Epsilon, Robert M. Simon, Charles J. Brant, Young Republicans, Richard P. Richter, student government, rules and customs, student rights, field hockey, South Africa, Phi Beta Kappa, curriculum, Songfest, Alumni Association, Delta Pi Sigma, graduate school, attrition, Dames at sea, Casanova, Meistersingers, William T. Parsons, calendar reform, Paul E. Curley, Placement Office, lacrosse, baseball, softball, Jeff Trinkle, track team, tennis
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Weibezahl, Ann; Vincent, Barbara Ann; Zap, Jonathan; Geist, George; Glorioso, Thomas J.; Dent, Stephanie; Wardell, Nancy; Schwartz, Andrew; Griffin, Kevin; French, Leslie; and Graney, Carolyn, "The Ursinus Weekly, May 20, 1977" (1977). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 71.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 76, Number 15.
Ann M. Weibezahl, editor.