Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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The new USGA council: a personal profile • Whitians accept thirteen new members for 1973 • International Relations Club to hold mock U.N. session • Mini-computers take Ursinus by storm • USGA implements procedures to strengthen Paisley security • Editorial: Secret war and peace • Faculty portrait: Professor G. Sieber Pancoast • Ursinus veterans compare military, academic life • Lantern plans contest, May issue • Festival of arts: Folk group presents concert in Union, then a workshop; Ballet exhibition given by Schuylkill Valley company; ProTheatre's three short plays well received; Arts weekend rounded out by bazaar, mixer and madrigals; Chaplin's "The Circus" delights Sunday evening crowd • Faculty discuss the comprehensive exams • New Union cook takes charge, does job well • Bouncing Bearettes crush E-burg; Birdie belting set smash opponents • Team evens season; Sheli Bower returns • Sports buffs corner • Bears top Eastern in season finale
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Chambers, Charles; Van Wyk, Joseph; Kraus, John; Hafer, William; James, Judith; Fidler, John T.; Whaley, Richard; McClain, Rachel; Borish, Mark M.; Frye, Nancy; Connell, Ruthann; Harsch, Marilyn; and Vietri, Robert, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 8, 1973" (1973). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 99.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 72, Number 14.
Charles Chambers, editor.