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Ursinus news in brief: Craft attempts prior restraint; Lilly Endowment scratched; Band hangs Mandel; Dishes returned; Cornell students march for time off • Library may curtail hours • Task force considers curriculum • Bankruptcy negates loans • C.I.A. investigates U.C. • Directory published • Tobin appointed • Employment curtailed • Opinion: Ursinus safety • Letters to the editor • A Vegetarian's view • Censorship vs. student rights • Movie attack: Close encounters of the third kind • Dr. Parsons working on new book • Matty Simmons: The Man behind National Lampoon • Dylan to tour in the new year • Ursinus b-ball: marked improvement • Wrestling opens season • Men's swimming • Study before you sleep
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, James P. Craft, Harry Broadbent III, Myrin Library, student employment, Richard P. Richter, Lilly Endowment, curriculum, Central Intelligence Agency, student government, mental health, Audrey Robin, College Union, security, Graterford Prison, food services, calculus, vegetarianism, Close encounters of the third kind, Bob Dylan, William T. Parsons, Matty Simmons, National lampoon, Heavy metal, basketball, wrestling, swimming
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Weibezahl, Ann; Tuberty, Sharon; Poots, Cindy; Benson, Kaaron; Zap, Jonathan; Byrom, Sue; Moore, Lee; Morris, Rick; and Young, George, "The Ursinus Weekly, January 10, 1978" (1978). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 80.
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