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USGA finally elects 1973-4 officers • Ursinus College Union opens quietly but successfully • S.F.A.R.C. discusses computer use, transcript cost, HH use, & Olevian stove • Tuition increase slated by Ursinus Board • Editorial: The Prisoners return; Looking back • Faculty portrait: Dr. John Wickersham • Afloat in the celluloid sea: The Getaway • Music review: Eric nemeyer's 19 piece jazz band makes debut • ProTheatre plans several productions and a workshop for Spring semester • Wismer's Mother Hubbard left with bare cupboard • 18 year old drinking age to be decided by courts • Letter to the editor: Praise for Chambers • Pi Nu notes active campus musicians • The Wyeth-McCoy-Hurds make painting a family affair • 1973 Bulletin has some adjustments, changes • New introductory religion course slated for Fall semester • Profile: Roger Blind • Matmen win two • Splish, splash! • Swarthmore nets Boydies • Two for three: Not bad

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 72, Number 12.

Charles Chambers, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 22, 1973



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