Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Frats select queens for 1972 Homecoming • Ursinus graduate awarded Nobel Prize for medicine • Homecoming, dedication and Founder's Day scheduled Saturday • Bailey named to Bowl Committee • Elliott Pool makes splash for Ursinus community • Editorial: Thank you • S.F.A.R.C. Committee gets three new faces • Myrin Library opens new listening room • Fidler on the wax: Foghat • Churches near Collegeville area welcome Ursinus students • Ursinus admits 308 freshmen; Campus rumors unfounded • "Butterflies are free" in review • The State of our prisons: The Case at Graterford • Judo class on campus, Judoka anyone? • Harriers roll over Kings and Scranton; Big tests still ahead • Ursinus soccer; Fans love it? • Oh, that astro turf! • Bears tame Mules • The Olympic idea and ideal • Sports buffs' corner

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Homecoming queen, Gerald M. Edelman, Founders Day, Elliott Pool, Randy Davidson, Everett M. Bailey, Lambert Bowl, Student Faculty Administration Relations Committee, Myrin Library, Mary Mendelson, Spangler Listening Room, Foghat, churches, enrollment, Butterflies are free, Graterford prison, Independent, Judo Club, cross country, soccer, field hockey, football, Olympics, Munich


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 72, Number 3.

Charles Chambers, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 20, 1972



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