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The Ursinus Weekly, November 1, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Ruth Von Kummer, Joseph Van Wyk, Jeanne Crandall, Elsie Van Wagoner, Milton E. Detterline, Eric Nemeyer, Shirley V. Trimble, Theodore Burdumy, John Kraus, Eva Morgan, George Geist Nov 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, November 1, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Ruth Von Kummer, Joseph Van Wyk, Jeanne Crandall, Elsie Van Wagoner, Milton E. Detterline, Eric Nemeyer, Shirley V. Trimble, Theodore Burdumy, John Kraus, Eva Morgan, George Geist

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UN Day held at UC • USGA-Union lock horns over new rep. position • SFARC elections held; warning system set • Protheatre productions scheduled for weekend • Musicians initiated into Pi Nu Epsilon • Editorial: The American Film Theatre; New furniture in Wilkinson lounge • Letters to the editor: Jazz fan responds; Starving student complains; Mr. Self speaks • Alumni corner • Jazz: Herman Herd in motion • Faculty Portrait: Dr. Peter G. Jessup • A discourse on mental divorce • Billy Jack • Ursinus downs U of P; then falls to Rams • Bears lose fifth game to a tough Widener team


The Ursinus Weekly, October 25, 1973, John T. Fidler, Gary Griffith, Wendy Barnes, Ruth Von Kummer, David Ochocki, Theodore Burdumy, Elsie Van Wagoner, Alan Stetler, Milton E. Detterline, Doug Glover, J. Timothy Clemens, Richard Whaley, Judith James, Eva Morgan, Leonard Domanski Oct 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, October 25, 1973, John T. Fidler, Gary Griffith, Wendy Barnes, Ruth Von Kummer, David Ochocki, Theodore Burdumy, Elsie Van Wagoner, Alan Stetler, Milton E. Detterline, Doug Glover, J. Timothy Clemens, Richard Whaley, Judith James, Eva Morgan, Leonard Domanski

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Fraternities select homecoming candidates; Students will vote for favorites today • Ursinus will make record books with giant banana split • Chemistry department gets $3000 grant • Longer hours suggested for noisy Myrin library • Volunteer service program begins work; Ken-Crest Center will be first effort • Editorial: Minority student speaks out on biological overpopulation • Faculty portrait: Mrs. Mary Anne Clausen • The Big Game • Alumni corner • Letter to the editor: Tradition and the individual • Lord Caradon, U.N. Representative, speaks on “obligation of optimism” • Shaw-Bernard art exhibit opens today • Placement office helpful for job-hunting seniors • Bearettes sweep south and extend wins to nine • Harriers return ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 18, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Elsie Van Wagoner, Shirley V. Trimble, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Wendy Barnes, Lawrence Flournoy, Milton E. Detterline, Theodore Burdumy, Judith James, Eric Nemeyer, Eva Morgan, George Geist, Karl Geisinger, Gary Griffith Oct 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, October 18, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Elsie Van Wagoner, Shirley V. Trimble, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Wendy Barnes, Lawrence Flournoy, Milton E. Detterline, Theodore Burdumy, Judith James, Eric Nemeyer, Eva Morgan, George Geist, Karl Geisinger, Gary Griffith

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U.S.G.A. initiates tough new policy, vows good supervision of open houses • Ursinus admission requirements, unlike national trends, maintain standards • Cooperative atmosphere at education banquet • Ursinus karate club holds demonstration • Chapel program begins • College Union calendar full • Debating club forming; Mr. Perreten will head group • Editorial: On the outside looking in; Autumn at Ursinus • Letters to the Editor: Early riser protests; Declaration of independence; Compromise called for • Alumni Corner • Film: “Heavy Traffic” • Bagpiper Bud Hamilton plays at first College Union program • Ornithology - flocking together Supersax plays Bird • Library staff portrait: Mr. James Rue • Bearettes down Glassboro, F&M ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 4, 1973, John T. Fidler, Kitt Turner, Elizabeth Tibbitts, Joseph Van Wyk, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Ann Lavelle, Richard Whaley, Elsie Van Wagoner, Eva Morgan, George Geist, Helen Ludwig, Jeff Fegely Oct 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, October 4, 1973, John T. Fidler, Kitt Turner, Elizabeth Tibbitts, Joseph Van Wyk, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Ann Lavelle, Richard Whaley, Elsie Van Wagoner, Eva Morgan, George Geist, Helen Ludwig, Jeff Fegely

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Freshman class energetic; Brings new atmosphere to U.C. • Open dorm extension refused, frosh cuts limited to 6 • Bomberger Hall finally opens after lengthy renovations • Professor publishes • Union plans discussed • Editorial: And the train keeps a-rollin’ • Philadelphia Folk Festival presents music and workshops • Letter to the editor: Give us a chance • Presenting Mr. Gaglio • U.C. coeds travel to France • Hockey Bearettes on their way to successful season • Hopeful hoopla • New tennis courts ready for use • Bears drop two


The Ursinus Weekly, December 7, 1972, Charles Chambers, Judith James, Mark M. Borish, John T. Fidler, Carol Abbott, Joseph Van Wyk, Sandra Wible, Nesan Kadirgamar, Richard Whaley, Robert Vietri, Ruthann Connell Dec 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, December 7, 1972, Charles Chambers, Judith James, Mark M. Borish, John T. Fidler, Carol Abbott, Joseph Van Wyk, Sandra Wible, Nesan Kadirgamar, Richard Whaley, Robert Vietri, Ruthann Connell

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Ursinus Board of Directors meets; Acts on degree policy, appointments • Dr. E. H. Miller elected vice president of Northeast Political Science Association • Eleven U.C. students named to Who's who • Dr. James Craft presents paper to Northeast group • Editorial: A little secret; Start suggesting stories! • Faculty portrait: Peter Forrest Small • The Case of the missing counselor • Student Union group outlines plans for Spring, '73 opening • Yearbook staff to present campus life realistically • Letters to the editor • Messiah performance to be thirty fifth at U.C. • Dr. Carl F. Henry, theologian, speaks at college forum • Cagers open with victory; Late ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 16, 1972, Charles Chambers, David Kirk Zimmerman, Richard Whaley, Judith James, David Granoff, Joseph Van Wyk, Carol Abbott, John T. Fidler, Robert Vietri, Don Mcaviney, Rodger Blind, Richard Hart Nov 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, November 16, 1972, Charles Chambers, David Kirk Zimmerman, Richard Whaley, Judith James, David Granoff, Joseph Van Wyk, Carol Abbott, John T. Fidler, Robert Vietri, Don Mcaviney, Rodger Blind, Richard Hart

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Counselor on campus • Altman, Kaplan, Clatworthy & Marek to sing in 1972 Messiah performance • Evangelical theologian to speak at forum • Fire danger extinguished • Counseling, courses, change highlight S.F.A.R.C. monthly meeting • Editorial: It could only happen in the United States • Answer to the suitcase college critics: Lock the suitcases or close the pens • Perversion abundant in new action film, "Deliverance" • Letters to the editor: Forum cards for dances; Righteous indignation • Director of ProTheatre casts "Fantasticks" • Ezra Pound, leader of modern poetry in Britain and America dies at age 87 • M.A.C. championships held; U.C. Harriers third • Gridders trample Trenton; Finish with 5-3 slate • Sports buffs' corner • Soccer team plays well


The Ursinus Weekly, November 9, 1972, Charles Chambers, John T. Fidler, Joseph Van Wyk, Gary Griffith, Richard Whaley, Nancy Frye, James Cochran, Nesan Kadirgamar, Carol Seifrit, Robert Vietri, Ruthann Connell, Don Mcaviney, Alan Bartholomew Nov 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, November 9, 1972, Charles Chambers, John T. Fidler, Joseph Van Wyk, Gary Griffith, Richard Whaley, Nancy Frye, James Cochran, Nesan Kadirgamar, Carol Seifrit, Robert Vietri, Ruthann Connell, Don Mcaviney, Alan Bartholomew

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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


The Ursinus Weekly, October 26, 1972, Charles Chambers, Gary Griffith, Richard Whaley, Carol Clark, Nancy Frye, Leanne Schelberg, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Mark M. Borish, Michael Mittelbrunn, Debbie Henning, Don Mcaviney, Ruthann Connell, Richard Hart, Rodger Blind Oct 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, October 26, 1972, Charles Chambers, Gary Griffith, Richard Whaley, Carol Clark, Nancy Frye, Leanne Schelberg, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Mark M. Borish, Michael Mittelbrunn, Debbie Henning, Don Mcaviney, Ruthann Connell, Richard Hart, Rodger Blind

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Union and Bomberger renovation progress • Twenty-four degrees presented on successful Founder's Day • SFARC starts year; Discusses women's rules • Powell crowned Homecoming queen • Pre-med Society cleans cobwebbed constitution • Editorials: To voters; Do unto others • Faculty portrait: Dr. Joyce Henry • Up to New York from down on the farm; or the Fine Arts class sees the Met • WRUC radio revives; Moves to T-G Gym • Dormitory decorations trophy kept for good (show) by Shreiner • Campus once again united by sorority songs, traditions • Bear eleven rips Swarthmore; Whatley's warriors win 35-21 as Ursinus' offense dominates • Bearettes crunch G-burg • What ever happened ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 20, 1972, Charles Chambers, Gary Griffith, Geoffrey Higgins, John T. Fidler, Richard Whaley, Nancy Frye, Robert Vietri, Richard Hart, Ruthann Connell, Don Mcaviney, Rodger Blind, Mark M. Borish Oct 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, October 20, 1972, Charles Chambers, Gary Griffith, Geoffrey Higgins, John T. Fidler, Richard Whaley, Nancy Frye, Robert Vietri, Richard Hart, Ruthann Connell, Don Mcaviney, Rodger Blind, Mark M. Borish

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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 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 12, 1972, Charles Chambers, David Kirk Zimmerman, Gary Griffith, Carol Abbott, Richard Whaley, Cynthia Fitzgerald, James Cochran, Nancy Frye, Don Mcaviney, Robert Vietri, Ruthann Connell, Richard Hart Oct 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, October 12, 1972, Charles Chambers, David Kirk Zimmerman, Gary Griffith, Carol Abbott, Richard Whaley, Cynthia Fitzgerald, James Cochran, Nancy Frye, Don Mcaviney, Robert Vietri, Ruthann Connell, Richard Hart

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Freshman voters elect leaders • Senator George L. Murphy to speak at convocation - dedication ceremonies • Continued false alarms may bring restrictions • Messiah's annual performance slated for December 7th • Student-teachers assignments presented to seniors • Editorial: The Weekly wants you! • Student from Sri-Lanka speaks to Socratic Club • Stenzler sculpture in review: A good show • ProTheatre presents: Albee's "American dream" • Faculty portrait: Emilio Paul • Bear Gridders win first • Harriers return to winning ways; Roll over three opponents • Aggressive play leads to victory at Goucher games • Manning takes helm; Aggression made key


The Ursinus Weekly, October 5, 1972, Charles Chambers, Geoffrey Higgins, Sandra Wible, David Kirk Zimmerman, Rich Whalen, James Cochran, Mark M. Borish, Jeanne Crandall, Nancy Frye, Robert Vietri, Ruthann Connell, Don Mcaviney, Rodger Blind Oct 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, October 5, 1972, Charles Chambers, Geoffrey Higgins, Sandra Wible, David Kirk Zimmerman, Rich Whalen, James Cochran, Mark M. Borish, Jeanne Crandall, Nancy Frye, Robert Vietri, Ruthann Connell, Don Mcaviney, Rodger Blind

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Jerrold Schecter speaks on China: "Mao in control" • Ursinus administration appoints twelve new faculty members for coming year • Voting deadline nears; Have you registered? • News editors hope for expansion and diversity • Editorial: A falling star? • Focus: Andrea Turner • Ursinus receives a big fat government grant • Coordinating the freshmen, or Thank God for the relay races • Tired of classes? • Harriers upset by DelVal; Win streak ends • Soccer team impressive in Villanova victory • New coach takes over • Gridders drop first two to F&M, Lebanon Valley • Sports buffs' corner • Sports scoreboard


The Ursinus Weekly, June 2, 1972, Candy Silver, Michael Redmond, Priscilla M. Amend, David Friedenberg, Jane Siegel, Lesa Spacek, Nina Camiel, William Hafer, Ruthann Connell, Don Mcaviney, Molly Keim, Carol Knight Jun 1972

The Ursinus Weekly, June 2, 1972, Candy Silver, Michael Redmond, Priscilla M. Amend, David Friedenberg, Jane Siegel, Lesa Spacek, Nina Camiel, William Hafer, Ruthann Connell, Don Mcaviney, Molly Keim, Carol Knight

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Campus Chest presents: You can't take it with you • New gym named Helfferich Hall • U.C. receives $100,000 grant from Kresge Foundation • Ursinus to confer 261 degrees at June 4 commencement • Ursinus suffers blackout; Transformer explodes • Scrounge Lounge opens; Provides place for chat • Editorial: The year of optimism • U.C. arts festival attracts hundreds • ProTheatre presents: Marat / Sade • President presents Ronnie Hollyman • Object d'art appears; Graces Library steps • President Pettit approves 3rd U.S.G.A. open dorm proposal • Kevin Akey elected new USGA president • Renovations: a new look for Pfahler • Ursinus Meistersingers plan 34th annual tour ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 18, 1971, Candy Silver, David Friedenberg, Jane Siegel, Kimberly Tilley, Richard M. Miller Jr., Lesa Spacek, Carol Seifrit, Warren Cohen, Don Mcaviney, Douglas Hunter, Ruthann Connell, Joseph Van Wyk, Michael Redmond Nov 1971

The Ursinus Weekly, November 18, 1971, Candy Silver, David Friedenberg, Jane Siegel, Kimberly Tilley, Richard M. Miller Jr., Lesa Spacek, Carol Seifrit, Warren Cohen, Don Mcaviney, Douglas Hunter, Ruthann Connell, Joseph Van Wyk, Michael Redmond

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Name contest for new student faculty lounge • U.C. announces soloists for annual Messiah performance • President presents Ronnie Hollyman • Helicopter comes to U.C.; Nightlights installed • Buddhi's Follies at Valley Forge • Education office offers new plan • Editorial: Rumors • Focus: Eileen Shrager • Students of many backgrounds participate in Sunday seminar • The science of setback • Century II: A bird's eye view • Letter to the editor • Faculty portrait: Mr. Taras Zakydalsky • Pre-med meeting • The Administration answers • Bears close season with 4-4 record • Ursinus hoopla • Snellbelles undefeated • Ursinus wrestlers are bears • Bears drop 4: 1 game to go


The Ursinus Weekly, November 11, 1971, Candy Silver, Richard M. Miller Jr., Bob Swarr, Lindsley Cook, Lesa Spacek, Don Mcaviney, Ruthann Connell Nov 1971

The Ursinus Weekly, November 11, 1971, Candy Silver, Richard M. Miller Jr., Bob Swarr, Lindsley Cook, Lesa Spacek, Don Mcaviney, Ruthann Connell

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Founder's Day celebrated; Twelve students graduate • Ursinus College announces Century II Program for Academic Advancement • Government concern over pollution even greater now • Ursinus to present Kenneth E. Boulding • Editorial: Response • Focus: Carol Wasserman • Critic's choice: Partridges, Linda, and physics • Faculty portrait: Dr. George Fago • Letters to the editor • Ursinus eleven wins third • Win number six


The Ursinus Weekly, October 28, 1971, Candy Silver, Carol Barenblitt, William Hafer, Mark M. Borish, Lindsley Cook, Ruthann Connell, Michael Redmond, Don Mcaviney Oct 1971

The Ursinus Weekly, October 28, 1971, Candy Silver, Carol Barenblitt, William Hafer, Mark M. Borish, Lindsley Cook, Ruthann Connell, Michael Redmond, Don Mcaviney

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Opera stage director to speak at Ursinus • Homecoming Day presents something for everyone • U.C. ProTheatre presents Ionesco's "The Lesson" • Sorority pledging in full swing • Y Coffeehouse features "Doo daa" in basement • Editorial: Talking to teachers; On required forums • Focus: Sue Jensen • Letters to the editor • Spotlight: Chaplain M. Detterline • Critic's choice: Movie, TV, and Halloween • Object d'art appears; Graces Library steps • Miss Snell throws a change-up • U.C. Bears triumph; Take two in row • Bears receive honorable mention in ECAC • Soccer team drops two; Bears have rough week


The Ursinus Weekly, October 21, 1971, Candy Silver, Jane Siegel, Mike Nikolic, David Kirk Zimmerman, Kimberly Tilley, Molly Keim, Michael Redmond, Ruthann Connell, Don Mcaviney Oct 1971

The Ursinus Weekly, October 21, 1971, Candy Silver, Jane Siegel, Mike Nikolic, David Kirk Zimmerman, Kimberly Tilley, Molly Keim, Michael Redmond, Ruthann Connell, Don Mcaviney

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Nat. opinion poll indicates approval of legal abortion • President Pettit approves 3rd U.S.G.A. open dorm proposal • Action-packed Homecoming slated for Saturday, October 30 • Andrew Wyeth to receive degree on Founder's Day • Ursinus professors present history forum October 20th • Editorial: Sign out • Focus: Rich Hofferman • Enforced adolescence: Place on the college community? • I.R. Club hosts to model U.N. • Probable parable • Spotlight: Pauline D. Pearson • Evening School enrolls 745; Numbers down • Women enjoy freedom with extended curfew • Soccer undefeated; 2-0-2 record • Third team rolls • Feiger's field goal wins for Ursinus


The Ursinus Weekly, October 14, 1971, Candy Silver, Susan Angstadt, Beth Temmel, Lesa Spacek, William Hafer, Carol Seifrit, David Granoff, Michael Redmond, Sandra Wible, Don Mcaviney, Ruthann Connell Oct 1971

The Ursinus Weekly, October 14, 1971, Candy Silver, Susan Angstadt, Beth Temmel, Lesa Spacek, William Hafer, Carol Seifrit, David Granoff, Michael Redmond, Sandra Wible, Don Mcaviney, Ruthann Connell

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Campus improvement continues with delay • Alumni meet with students; Discuss career possibilities • Sororities give bids to desirable women • Alumni group tours Europe • Auction raises 150 dollars • Religious factions interact • Frosh elect officers; Election finally held after some difficulty • Editorial: In answer; Small minds? • Focus: Ronald R. Lausch • Letters to the editor • Faculty portrait: Dr. Albert L. Reiner • Collegeville Fire Department offers protection, rescue; Includes seven U.C. students • Dr. D. Baker begins 39th year as coach • Annual Parents' Day slated for Oct. 16 • Gridders drop third straight • Soccer team defeats Drexel; Record now stands at 1-0-1 • Dynamite


The Ursinus Weekly, December 17, 1970, Alan Gold, Bruce Hess, Marc Hauser, Carol Barenblitt, Candy Silver, Don Mcaviney, Cris Crane Dec 1970

The Ursinus Weekly, December 17, 1970, Alan Gold, Bruce Hess, Marc Hauser, Carol Barenblitt, Candy Silver, Don Mcaviney, Cris Crane

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President Pettit cautions equating size & success in U.S. colleges today • Bomberger renovation plan joins new gym construction • Ken Hedrick vies for All-American stat title • Burglary plagues U.C. during Thanksgiving • Editorial: Women's curfews, a lesson in hypocrisy • Focus: Lew Orchard • Faculty portrait: Keith J. Hardman • Administration answers: Dean Richard Bozorth • Letters to the editor: From one Chancellor to another; Info for hippies; Reply to Sterling; Outsider's comment; Exciting campus • Harry Adrian paces Ursinus grid stats • Ursinus falls to PMC, but defeats Haverford in recent basketball • JV roster complete as season begins


The Ursinus Weekly, November 19, 1970, Alan Gold, Charles Chambers, Cindy Cole, Marc Hauser, Bruce Hess, Don Mcaviney, Cris Crane Nov 1970

The Ursinus Weekly, November 19, 1970, Alan Gold, Charles Chambers, Cindy Cole, Marc Hauser, Bruce Hess, Don Mcaviney, Cris Crane

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Dr. Pettit inaugurated as Ursinus President • Students, Board deliberate U.C. changes, Union plans • Ad Hoc Committee sets parameters • Ursinus' single mailbox relocated at college administration building • Editorial: Campus unrest report • Focus: Alan Novak • The $100,000 night • Faculty portrait: Miss Blanche Schultz • Letters to the editor: Anti-open dorms; Zopo zapped • Hoopmen meet Fords in December debut • U.C. passing attack nets 35-14 final grid victory


The Ursinus Weekly, November 12, 1970, Alan Gold, Charles Chambers, Judith Earle, Elsie Van Wagoner, Clifton R. Lacy, Carol Gearhart, Jane Siegel, Carol Barenblitt, Cris Crane, Peter Von Sothen Nov 1970

The Ursinus Weekly, November 12, 1970, Alan Gold, Charles Chambers, Judith Earle, Elsie Van Wagoner, Clifton R. Lacy, Carol Gearhart, Jane Siegel, Carol Barenblitt, Cris Crane, Peter Von Sothen

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Alan Novak resigns as USGA President • Pettit inaugurated President at Founders' Day convocation • Ambassador Daniel Nyaho addresses Forum audience • False alarms • Editorial: In correspondence • Student Committee statement • Election committee counts ballots • Craft appointed legal chairman • "Wanted: Fearless leader" • Administration answers: Dean Ruth Harris • Draftees killed at higher rates than enlisted men in U.S. Army • Bill Hafer schedules Mock U.N. Conference • U.C. Bears trip Dickinson; Adrian marches onward • Harriers win twice; Next target: MACs • Bakermen score 1st victory over Haverford since WW2


The Ursinus Weekly, November 5, 1970, Alan Gold, Jane Siegel, Marc Hauser, Charles Chambers, Bob Swarr, Judith Earle, Cris Crane Nov 1970

The Ursinus Weekly, November 5, 1970, Alan Gold, Jane Siegel, Marc Hauser, Charles Chambers, Bob Swarr, Judith Earle, Cris Crane

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Committees consider Committee Committee • Shapp elected Governor • "Mag Men" pave way for future concerts • Chancellorship inauguration • Statement to S.F.A.R.C. • Forum program presents Joan Kerr dance troupe • Editorial: Marketable revolution • Focus: Nancy Hunt • In the spotlight: Cleon Pennypacker • Letters to the editor: Open letter; Answer to Baker • Faculty portrait: Donald J. Hunter • Institutions and change • JV stars boost Hoopmen hopes as practice begins • Geneva topples Bears; Grid record now 1-5


The Ursinus Weekly, October 29, 1970, Alan Gold, Lesa Spacek, Cindy Cole, Paul Weller, Jonathan Weaver, Bruce Hess, Jane Siegel, Cris Crane, Peter Von Sothen, James Williams Oct 1970

The Ursinus Weekly, October 29, 1970, Alan Gold, Lesa Spacek, Cindy Cole, Paul Weller, Jonathan Weaver, Bruce Hess, Jane Siegel, Cris Crane, Peter Von Sothen, James Williams

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Students welcomed at inauguration of Pettit • S.F.A.R.C. to create council • Nancy Hunt crowned 1970 Ursinus Queen • Dr. Rice honored by Swedish King • ProTheatre presents Zopo; "Julius Caesar" to follow • '71 "Ruby" plans expanded scope • Editorial: Question • Letters to the editor: Sloppy riot; Editorial kudos; Write-up thanks • UC College Scholars Program attracts fewer scholars yearly • Joint student statement on Board meeting • Statement on student freedoms • "Teaching aid" • Bears edge Swarthmore in Homecoming triumph • Garnet nips Harriers; Albert suffers defeat


The Ursinus Weekly, October 22, 1970, Alan Gold, Jonathan Weaver, Judith Earle, Cindy Cole, Paul Weller, Charles Chambers, Marc Hauser, Janet Stemler, Cris Crane, James Williams Oct 1970

The Ursinus Weekly, October 22, 1970, Alan Gold, Jonathan Weaver, Judith Earle, Cindy Cole, Paul Weller, Charles Chambers, Marc Hauser, Janet Stemler, Cris Crane, James Williams

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Six Ursinus beauties seek Homecoming title • Administration negotiates after massive student demonstrations • Fifteen seniors named to Who's who listing • Greenberg elected freshman President • Academic Deans named • Editorial: Skinning a cat • Focus: Cris Crane • Faculty portrait: Albert Campbell • Lost: 2160 spoons • Letters to the editor: Inaccurate issue; Thanks!; Sloppy dress • Mules crush UC Gridders; Prospects for .500 dim


The Ursinus Weekly, October 15, 1970, Alan Gold, Jonathan Weaver, Charles Chambers, Lesa Spacek, Jane Siegel, Carol Barenblitt, Candy Silver, Bruce Hess, Peter Von Sothen, Cris Crane, James Williams Oct 1970

The Ursinus Weekly, October 15, 1970, Alan Gold, Jonathan Weaver, Charles Chambers, Lesa Spacek, Jane Siegel, Carol Barenblitt, Candy Silver, Bruce Hess, Peter Von Sothen, Cris Crane, James Williams

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UC Board approves distilled rights bill • Mounting student displeasures cause campus demonstrations • Bozorth appointed Dean • Thirteen professors join Ursinus College faculty • Editorials: The new Weekly; All power to whom? • Letters to the editor: Riot reaction; Orientation praise; Selfish demonstration; Injurious display • Open letter: Campus concert prospects • Impressionable • Martha Franklin: Lifetime of love and loyalty • Progressive orientation program welcomes 312 freshmen to UC • Bears suffer 3rd reverse; Adrian stars in defeat • Harriers zap Kings; Next victim: Garnet


The Ursinus Weekly, October 8, 1970, Alan Gold, Bob Swarr, Candy Silver, Marc Hauser, Charles Chambers, Cris Crane, Peter Von Sothen Oct 1970

The Ursinus Weekly, October 8, 1970, Alan Gold, Bob Swarr, Candy Silver, Marc Hauser, Charles Chambers, Cris Crane, Peter Von Sothen

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Pettit inauguration scheduled; Appointments still undetermined • Ursinus institutes security measures to protect students • Obituaries: Dr. Paul R. Wagner; Nora Shuler Helfferich • Ashley Montagu appears in first Forum program • Editorial: Generation politics • Focus: Art Severance • Dr. Donald L. Helfferich: A zest for life • Kilt-klad's komment • Diplomat aerials trip Bears in season debut • C C streak to nine; Albert sets record • Bears register second defeat


The Ursinus Weekly, December 17, 1969, Alan Gold, Jonathan Weaver, Donald Lawrence Helffrich, Richard P. Richter, William Schuyler Pettit, James Williams, Peter Von Sothen, Cris Crane, Ronald Herman, David Grau Dec 1969

The Ursinus Weekly, December 17, 1969, Alan Gold, Jonathan Weaver, Donald Lawrence Helffrich, Richard P. Richter, William Schuyler Pettit, James Williams, Peter Von Sothen, Cris Crane, Ronald Herman, David Grau

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Special centennial issue: Ursinus College's 100th Anniversary, 1869-1969 • Editorial: The first hundred years • Focus: Nora Shuler Helfferich, Ursinus College's oldest living alumnus • Reprinted articles: Pa. Governor Martin salutes President McClure and college at ceremony commemorating seventy-fifth anniversary; Ursinus adopts a war time program; Ursinus recipient of new gateway; Apology for peace; Freshman coed evaluates customs, finds friendly spirit on U.C. campus; Customs are savored; Chaperon, Why? Who?; WSGA is frowning on dungarees, slacks for Ursinus campus wear; When Shriner shrieks Ursinus sheiks come dashing from each dorm; Freshman President snatched by Sophs; Ursinus offers special class • Freeland ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 21, 1969, Alan Gold, Jonathan Weaver, Jane Siegel, Marc Hauser, Ruth Allen, Bob Swarr, Linda Turnage, David Sears, Judith Earle, Rudi Herman, Cris Crane, James Williams Nov 1969

The Ursinus Weekly, November 21, 1969, Alan Gold, Jonathan Weaver, Jane Siegel, Marc Hauser, Ruth Allen, Bob Swarr, Linda Turnage, David Sears, Judith Earle, Rudi Herman, Cris Crane, James Williams

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250,000 march on Washington to protest Nixon's Viet War effort: 1965 Ursinus graduate leads Moratorium parade in US Air Force attire • 3 frosh injured in auto accident • Pre Med Convention tours Temple U. medical school • Ecumenism experiment now underway at U.C. • Editorials: The thrill of victory; When will it end? • Focus: Tom Branca • "Liberate the nut" • Letters to the editor: Campus Chest; Gripe; Never ending; Change; Mr. Faaet • Faculty portrait: F. Donald Zucker • Equality • Administration answers: Freedom of assembly • Coffee house conquers • Spotlight: Collegeville cop • I am curious (Morris) shocks Ursinus audience • Contemplations: Red neck kit • Security ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 7, 1969, Alan Gold, Robert Moore, Robert Barr, Judith Earle, Jane Siegel, Marc Hauser, Allen Faaet, Rudi Herman, Cris Crane, James Williams Nov 1969

The Ursinus Weekly, November 7, 1969, Alan Gold, Robert Moore, Robert Barr, Judith Earle, Jane Siegel, Marc Hauser, Allen Faaet, Rudi Herman, Cris Crane, James Williams

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YM-YWCA participates in community projects • Queen Linda Clarke crowned at 1969 Homecoming fete; IF Council disqualifies Tighe • Gustav Benrath addresses Founder's Day audience on early Ursinus history • Student actors sought for movie production • Heilemann named to inter-disciplinary post • Editorials: Forgotten weekends; Fraternity queen? • Focus: Phil Moore • Faculty portrait: Sandra Kerawalla • Letters to the editor: Schnoll vs. Ehrlich; Mother Van Horn; Congratulations; Campus Chest; Double standard; Open letter to President Helfferich • "No jag" • Spotlight: Bobbie & Charlie Lutz • Perspectives: Oct. 15 • UC Harriers streak broken by F & M • Gridders tie Towson on field goal 34-34 • Ursinus defense is well balanced • West ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 24, 1969, Alan Gold, Jonathan Weaver, Eileen Schrager, Robert Barr, Harvey Frankel, Jane Siegel, Lynn Wollentin, Marc Hauser, Bob Swarr, Judith Earle, Jane Yates, Ken Finkel, Lesa Spacek, Douglas Whitney, James Williams, Kenneth Yorgey, Jim Yearly, Rudi Herman, Cris Crane Oct 1969

The Ursinus Weekly, October 24, 1969, Alan Gold, Jonathan Weaver, Eileen Schrager, Robert Barr, Harvey Frankel, Jane Siegel, Lynn Wollentin, Marc Hauser, Bob Swarr, Judith Earle, Jane Yates, Ken Finkel, Lesa Spacek, Douglas Whitney, James Williams, Kenneth Yorgey, Jim Yearly, Rudi Herman, Cris Crane

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Six seniors vie for Homecoming Queen • Ursinus students, faculty observe nationwide Vietnam Moratorium; Hundreds attend night procession • President's statement • Editorial: A day of moratorium, a lifetime of commitment • Focus: Vicki Van Horn • Byerly probes Moratorium, SFARC • "The psychiatrist is in" • In our mail bag: Sig Nu replies; Moratorium Day; Orientation • Interaction • Deprived students complain • Faculty portrait: Mr. Ehrlich • In the spotlight: Mr. Prindle, custodian • Administration answers: Scholarship cancellations • Sisters speak • Wailing wall shouts • Better homes • Student body rejects current US draft system • Ursinus on display for annual Parents Day fete • Ursinus hosts studies group • Bill Brown elected "frosh" president ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 10, 1969, Alan Gold, Julianne Dirkes, Eileen Shrager, Robert Moore, Jonathan Weaver, Milton E. Detterline, Allan Lake Rice, Jane Siegel, Edward Mccandless, Marc Hauser, Harvey Frankel, David Sears, Rudi Herman, Kenneth Yorgey, James Williams, Linda Turnage, Ward P. Vaughan Oct 1969

The Ursinus Weekly, October 10, 1969, Alan Gold, Julianne Dirkes, Eileen Shrager, Robert Moore, Jonathan Weaver, Milton E. Detterline, Allan Lake Rice, Jane Siegel, Edward Mccandless, Marc Hauser, Harvey Frankel, David Sears, Rudi Herman, Kenneth Yorgey, James Williams, Linda Turnage, Ward P. Vaughan

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Seven join, six leave Ursinus faculty • UC and 500 colleges schedule Vietnam moratorium Wednesday; Classes not officially cancelled • William D. Reimert dies, Ursinus Board President • Dr. E. Lewis' math textbook aids Ursinus blind students • Pre-Med convention • Dean Harris weds Bryn Mawr man • Editorial: A very good year • Focus: Mike Stoner in exile • Compulsory convocation: Its validity and purpose • New view of Ursinus • Dr. Rice endorses Vietnam moratorium • Kitchen cynic: Suppose U.C. had mandatory convocations • Perspectives • To eat or not to eat • Board names new members • Spotlight: Mr. Jones, cook • Centennial plans • Opinion: Suggestions for revision of the school calendar ...