Erol apparently aimed to approximate this piece of lettering, and University Roman ticks several boxes: it’s serifed and has about the right weight. Its C is round and wide, with a serif at the top but none at the bottom. R has a low waistline. And although the S doesn’t descend, it comes pretty close with its curling bottom part. The only crucial detail that the font didn’t offer is the round “uncial” E. No problem for a skilled Letraset wrangler: the designer simply repurposed a C and added the middle bar from an E – voilà!