Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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J. Board reactivates; Tries first case in three years • Service project going well as U.C. students aid area children • Special correspondent tells tale of wonder and awe • Mr. Xaras says art is necessary • Nine Ursinus students selected for Who’s Who • Editorial: A step in the right direction; What happened to Thanksgiving? • Letters to the editor: Is sex necessary?; Where is the mail?; Responsibility and the Ursinus woman; A disapproval; Respect for science; Basement telephone; Morning noises; Breaking the rule • B. Dale Davis, from bulletin, speaks at forum • The Stage: The second shepherd’s play • Faculty Portrait: Charles T. Sullivan, psychology teacher • The Zodiac: Fate or free will? The Zodiac vs. magic • Donald F. Zucker speaks to meeting of Socratic club • Sermon on the monstrosity • Final exam schedule • Four straight victories

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Judiciary Board, student government, Ken-Crest Center, Theodore A. Xaras, W. McNeil Lowry, Foundation for the Humanities and the Arts, Thanksgiving, women's hours, open dorms, ProTheatre, Second shepherd's play, Charles T. Sullivan, astrology, Watergate, Richard Nixon, basketball


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 73, Number 9.

Photographs by Mike Werner and William Kenealy.

John T. Fidler, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 13, 1973



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