Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Ursinus news in brief: Espada speaks at conference; Ursinus Homecoming; Buy a slave! • Craft elected as officer • New dining style proves popular • Board to vote on calendar • Students experience new dining style • Student employment remains stable • Comment: Student involvement; On cocktail grading • Letters to the editor • 1.2 million raised: Advance Ursinus first year • The Power behind Ursinus mediocrity • Homecoming candidates • Ursinus and the first digital computer • Bears finally come out of the woods • Varsity & JV hockey • C.C. 7-1! • 3 & 4: All wins • Volleyball: Dig it! • Bears win

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Juan Espadas, Homecoming, student government, slave auction, James P. Craft, Jr., Wismer dining hall, food service, calendar reform, student employment, Washington Winterim, fundraising, John Mauchly, football, field hockey, cross country, volleyball


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 77, Number 2.

Ann M. Weibezahl, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 21, 1977



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