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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
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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. 71.