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Faculty approves a variety of curricular changes • U.C. faculty supports calendar revision; Continues investigating possibilities • Chess tournament picks college champ • Fall bids accepted by new frat members • Century II increasingly successful as funds continue pouring in • Editorial: Back to square one • Focus: Geoffrey Mann • On Dedication Day, 1972 • Ambassador of Dahomey visits Ursinus campus • Cavaliere's art in Wismer: A superficial show • Professors & Spanish Club descend upon Philadelphia • Letters to the editor: Layout criticism; Suitcase college? • Harriers finish at 11-3; Championships next • Boyd's Bearettes end with a bang • Booter "D" remains tough; Offense fails to produce • Gridders blast Dickinson
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Chambers, Charles; Fidler, John T.; Van Wyk, Joseph; Griffith, Gary; Whaley, Richard; Frye, Nancy; Cochran, James; Kadirgamar, Nesan; Seifrit, Carol; Vietri, Robert; Connell, Ruthann; McAviney, Don; and Bartholomew, Alan, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 9, 1972" (1972). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 91.