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The Ursinus Weekly, December 15, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Bruce P. Sherman, Samuel C. Miller, Cherrie Soper Dec 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, December 15, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Bruce P. Sherman, Samuel C. Miller, Cherrie Soper

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA-WSGA hold banquet to hear USNSA speaker • Radio station planned for U.C. campus • 21st "Messiah" captivates U.C. audience • Pi Nu Epsilon holds initiations for new members • Rev. Rowland gives talk on marriage • Dr. Heilemann contributes to physics magazine • Communist system in China was topic of Bishop Tsu's speech here • Annual banquet-dance held this Wednesday • Debating Club announces opponents for season • Editorial: "Who knows?" • Snake and the glass • "Frosh opinion" • Lebanon Valley names Petersen to all-opponent • Wrestling team begins choosing wrestlers • Basketball team drops third straight contest • U.C. mermaids begin practice for season • Letters to the editor ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 8, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Marla Shilton, Betty Heale, Anne M. Mcwilliams Dec 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, December 8, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Marla Shilton, Betty Heale, Anne M. Mcwilliams

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Daniels, Brenner chosen king and queen at prom • Rev. O. Rowland to speak at marriage seminar • SEAP shows movie; Plans convention • Stars and Players awards points • MS-WSGA hold annual banquet; Plan Christmas dance December 17 • Handel's "Messiah" to be presented Dec. 11 • Bob Petersen picked for 1958 ECAC football • Ruby assignments listed; Deadline near • Editorial: "Isolation" • Work camps • Guardian angels • Futility • "Comparisons" • "Word" • Wrestling team begins practice for '59 season • Schmoyer places on MAC 2nd team; Drexel's 1st team • Courtmen win first game of season, 78-46 • Girls begin practice for basketball • Bears end season with 0-8 record; '59 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 24, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, John Swinton, Anne M. Mcwilliams, Carol E. Schmidt, Bruce P. Sherman, Samuel C. Miller Nov 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, November 24, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, John Swinton, Anne M. Mcwilliams, Carol E. Schmidt, Bruce P. Sherman, Samuel C. Miller

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Y holds seminar Nov. 19; Marriage problem is topic • Fireside chats to be held Dec. 3 at prof's home • C. Carpenter has poem published in anthology • Administrative regulation • Mayes, Francis '62 representatives to MSGA • New pledges announced by Alpha Psi Omega • De Gaulle and France topic at second Forum of Fall semester • Who's who honors 12 leading Ursinus seniors • Senior Ball to be held at Sunnybrook Dec. 5 • W.S.G.A. presents plaque to winning frosh team • Editorial: "Thanksgiving" • Letters to the editor • Review: "Joan of Lorraine" • Slightly allegorical • U.C. soccermen lose last three games; Finish ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 10, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Tom Mccabe Nov 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, November 10, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Tom Mccabe

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

ACES banquet for seniors features outstanding men • Y seminar Nov. 19; SWC to sponsor forum on religion • Local concert schedule for area announced • Group plays presented Tues. in Bomberger • Freshmen hold election amid sophomore interference Wednesday • Dr. Donald Helfferich inaugurated President • Anderson's play to be staged November 21-22 • Editorial: "Facts" • I do not agree • College rules • Bear's eleven drop sixth straight to Haverford 38-6 • Basketball team begins practice for '58-'59 season • U.C. belles tied by West Chester; J.V. team wins • Soccer squad whips Hens; Drexel wins 8-2 • APO holds square dance; Pledge class inducted • Letters ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 3, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Carol E. Schmidt Nov 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, November 3, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Carol E. Schmidt

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Topic of marriage and sex discussed at YMCA seminar • King of swing to be at Academy on November 14 • Dr. Calvin Yost named Ursinus Library head • MSGA revises trial procedure for students • Short plays by Wilder & Thomas to be staged • Curtain Club members rehearse daily for "Joan of Lorraine" production • S. Eikner Homecoming queen: Gala weekend • Kallenbach, Brown, Drummond, Megill head '60 Ruby • Dr. D. L. Helfferich inaugurated Nov. 2 • Editorial: "Answer" • Letters to the editor • Dances • "College years" • Satire • Soccermen whip alumni, Mules; Lose to Garnet • Hockey squad places five on all-college • Bear eleven lose two to Garnet and Wagner • Dean's list


The Ursinus Weekly, October 20, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Samuel C. Miller Oct 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, October 20, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Samuel C. Miller

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Y presents seminar Oct. 29; Greenback to address group • Funds available to organizations announced Oct. 9 • Naval officer to visit campus • Juniors nominate '60 Ruby editors • Men's government gives concessions ; Holds trial • Debating Club meets; Opponents named • Dylan Thomas' "Under Milkwood" to be staged • "Joan of Lorraine's" members picked; Play rehearsals begin • Homecoming Saturday; Old timers to return • Chess Club meets; Opponents named • Elliott-Kalodner debate Oct. 22 on state party issues • Editorial: Reading, a lost art • Down beat • Book review • Sophs defeat frosh by 55-44; 1962 football team loses • U.C. soccermen tie Rutgers 4-4; Lose to Fords ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 13, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Anne M. Mcwilliams Oct 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, October 13, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Anne M. Mcwilliams

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Men's student government publishes new rules booklet • Dr. C. N. Parkinson enthralls Forum audience Oct. 7 • Folk singer to appear at museum this Saturday • Dinner held for frosh women in Paisley, Oct. 7 • "Joan of Lorraine" picked for Fall play; Tryouts on Oct. 13-14 • YM-YW holds annual Fall weekend retreat • APO discusses projects; Cleans college woods • Editorial: "Busy" • Letters to the editor • Conformists • Little dirty face • Brighter light • U.C. soccer team ties Hill School in pre-season tilt • U.C. cross country team is formed • Sophs tally run in final frame to edge out freshmen • Bear's eleven lose ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 6, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Rosalie Bellairs, John Haag, Anne M. Mcwilliams, Cindy Buchanan Oct 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, October 6, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Rosalie Bellairs, John Haag, Anne M. Mcwilliams, Cindy Buchanan

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Helfferich succeeds McClure as President • Dr. Allan L. Rice has new Swedish book published • "Messiah" begins; Students register on Tues. and Wed. • New look in uniforms brightens band this year • APO holds open meeting Tues. evening, October 7 • Presidents speak: Welcome class of 1962 • Y starts program; Commissions meet • New jazz magazine hits the market • Spirit Committee plans dance • Doctor C. N. Parkinson to address Forum Tues. • Student teachers receive positions • Pre-medical society views symposium at Pennsylvania • New senators hold first meeting of Fall semester • Editorial: Entertainment • Letters to the editor • Selecting a house • Amigo speaks • Lantern chooses Miller, McCabe ...


The Ursinus Weekly, June 9, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Arthur King, Jay Salwen, Carl Fontaine, Linwood Edmund Drummond Jun 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, June 9, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Arthur King, Jay Salwen, Carl Fontaine, Linwood Edmund Drummond

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Sophs finish customs program for women • Several faculty members spend Summer abroad • 290 new students expected in Sept. • Three faculty additions announced at Ursinus • Graduates • Men's student government holds final meeting of second semester • R. G. Dunlop addresses seniors at graduation • K. Schnabel new Curtain Club pres.; Vye heads APO • Commencement prizes • Ursinus announces Summer school • Editorial: "Recollections" • Commencement sonnet • Graduation • Interviews and opportunities • Human predicament • Baseball squad ends good season; Holds banquet • Netmen complete mediocre season; Won 3 matches • '58 girls' tennis team unbeaten • B. Famous signs Reds pro. baseball contract • Cindermen show improvement despite injuries • Lacrosse team ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 26, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Carl Fontaine, Thomas M. Mccabe, Frederick Bauman Jr., Pearl Cadmus, Philip Sterling Rowe May 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, May 26, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Carl Fontaine, Thomas M. Mccabe, Frederick Bauman Jr., Pearl Cadmus, Philip Sterling Rowe

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA plans tentative 1958 customs program • Junior advisory committee named • Big-little sister committee asks for applicants • Many U.C. seniors accepted at post-grad schools • Last Y commission meetings are held to plan for next Fall semester • R.G. Dunlop to speak at June 9th graduation • Ursinus' Rowe gets scholarship • Editorial: Customs • Letters to the editor • Are fraternities? • Cindermen whip Mules, Dutchmen; Take three meets • Netmen finish season; Defeat Elizabethtown, 6-3 • Bears win 10th game; Lose final tilt by 8-1 • Girls' tennis team beats Penn; Finish undefeated • Beta Sigma Lambda beats Sigma Rho Lambda in 9th • New Library accessions


The Ursinus Weekly, May 19, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Anne C. Markland, Thomas M. Mccabe May 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, May 19, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Anne C. Markland, Thomas M. Mccabe

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Haag prexy of men's student government • Annual banquet held by Varsity Club Tues., May 13 • Seniors feted at annual banquet • Special editorial: "Customs" • Dr. Cooke speaks on mental difficulties of our children • Election results for officers are announced • Ottenberg speaks on the problems of skid rowers • Editorial: "Leadership and service" • Inner peace • Letters to the editor • To the hilt • Against me • Cindermen whip Washington squad; Lose to Dickinson • Tennis team picks up first two wins; Loses close tilt • Bears nine win two; Beaten by Wilkes, 3-2 • Drexel defeated by lacrosse team • West Chester wallops JV varsity softball teams • Tennis ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 12, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Arthur King, Philip Sterling Rowe May 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, May 12, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Arthur King, Philip Sterling Rowe

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Men's student government election results announced • Rowe president of the Curtain Club; McKey wins award • Mayor discusses juvenile crime • Campus Chest total announced; Chairmen named • Women's dorm elections held; Senators chosen • Men's council completes term; Finishes new rules • Class, MSGA officers selected on Wednesday • "Open door policy" in mental health featured at Forum • Arrival of professors in September announced • "Green back" and machines watched • Editorial: "Customs" • She stoops to conquer • Letters to the editor • How to be a campus intellectual • Martella reaches quarter final in Middle Atlantics • Lacrosse squad defeated; Lose last two contests • Ursinus drops third ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 5, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Carl Fontaine, Thomas M. Mccabe May 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, May 5, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Carl Fontaine, Thomas M. Mccabe

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Queen, dances, play highlight of May Day • Meistersingers' Spring tour proves successful • Band to present Spring concert May Day weekend • YM-YWCA retreat proves successful • Freshmen women elect soph rulers • Men's student government assoc. elections held Wednesday, May 7 • Bellairs heads WSGA; T. Clair YMCA prexy • Goldsmith's farce staged May 8, 9, 10 • Editorial: "Conscience on campus" • Road to war • Letters to the editor • Review of a 15 act comedy • UC netmen drop matches; F&M, Haverford victors • Women's tennis teams win opening matches • LeCato takes 2nd in Middle States girls' tennis • Bear cindermen drop four in row ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 21, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Phil Lewis, Jay Salwen Apr 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, April 21, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Phil Lewis, Jay Salwen

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

YM-YWCA, WAA, WSGA elections held Tues., April 22 • Fernbrook site of Spring YM-YW retreat, May 2-4 • Spring concert given Thursday • Business staff picked for 1959 yearbook • Women's Club invites senior women to dessert • "She stoops to conquer" given by Curtain Club, May 8, 9, 10th • L. Lanin featured at inter-frat weekend • MSGA petitions begin circulation today till May 4 • Final forum on art given April 14 • Editorial: "Cadaverism" • Road to war • Baseball prayer • "Educationalistic personnel" • Men's tennis team opens season; F&M opponent • Haverford humiliates UC as cindermen lose meet • Lacrosse squad smashes Garnet • Bear nine blast Drexel; Walks lead to defeat by Hens • Southern opposition succumbs to Ursinus • Middle Atlantic Conference announces football setup ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 14, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Arthur King, Linda Lee Apr 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, April 14, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Arthur King, Linda Lee

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Women's student council to hold election April 22nd • ICC holds panel discussion, April 9 • Middle East topic of Eilts at Forum • Meistersingers to present concert • Music room receives new equipment and records • YMCA will hold elections for new officers, Tuesday April 22nd • MSGA presents new rules; Sets election day May 7 • Cub & Key members tapped at junior prom • Dance groups for May Day named • Frosh present "Bermuda bound" starring Stylers • Editorial: It's your decision • Review: Curtain Club productions • Age of man: Epilogue • '58 tennis team evaluated; Fair season predicted • Swarthmore foe of lacrosse team • Badminton team beats Bryn Mawr; Finish undefeated • Tennis practice begins for girls; Schedule set • Prospects good for '58 cindermen • Big 2nd inning helps Bears beat Lions, 7-5 • Mermaids finish '58 season Mar. 17


The Ursinus Weekly, March 24, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Arthur King, Sheldon P. Wagman Mar 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, March 24, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Arthur King, Sheldon P. Wagman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

F. Glauser new editor; Begins duties April 1st • Spring a myth as snow hits area • Naval officer to visit campus Tues. • Student-prof show climaxes Campus Chest drive Mar. 14 • Debaters defeat Villanova, Mar. 13 • Second "Y" Forum on art features talk on sculpture • Al Wilson elected SEAP president for SE Penna. • Committees and participants are named for '58 May Day pageant • Catherine Drinker Bowen to speak at Forum Wednesday • '59 Ruby editors name new staff • Mr. Walker to be panelist at teachers' convention • Rowe candidate for scholarship • Editorial: Last but not least • Letters to the editor • Two Easter sonnets for ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 10, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Carl Fontaine, Thomas M. Mccabe, Philip Sterling Rowe, Sheldon P. Wagman, Frank Seabock Mar 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, March 10, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Carl Fontaine, Thomas M. Mccabe, Philip Sterling Rowe, Sheldon P. Wagman, Frank Seabock

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Spray of Springtime" theme of the junior prom, Mar. 21 • Group production of French farce now in rehearsal • Fireside chats and art forum on "Y" agenda for March • IFC weekend, Apr. 25-26; Dances, picnic planned • "Roland's rendezvous" theme of soph hop, Sat. • Band members at festival • Council reviews rules; Revises judiciary powers • Fraternities bid men today at noon • Selective Service department test applications due • Ursinus alumni to hold a dinner dance, March 22 • Curtain Club to present famous art historian tomorrow, Mar. 11 • Final week of Campus Chest drive; Goal $1500 • 105 on Dean's list for Fall semester ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 3, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Frederick L. Glauser, Philip Sterling Rowe, Jeanne Burhans Mar 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, March 3, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Frederick L. Glauser, Philip Sterling Rowe, Jeanne Burhans

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Campus Chest drive opens; Goal is $1500 • Special editorial: A time for action! • Manager names pageant, court for 1958 May Day • 3 members resign at MSGA meeting on rules issue • M. Zippin speaks on contemporary and abstract art • Student-faculty show set; March 14 • Printer, photographer of '59 "Ruby" announced • Campus Chest lists four charities; Dinner held for campus leaders • Seniors present melodrama "Gold in the hills," Mar. 7-8 • Supply Store to buy texts Mar. 6 • Chi Alpha to discuss play by Sartre; "No exit" • Editorial: There was weeping and wailing • Wasted hours in class • Old philosopher • Ursinians in Spain • Letters ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 24, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Sandra Piper, Thomas M. Mccabe, Carl Fontaine, Sheldon P. Wagman Feb 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, February 24, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Sandra Piper, Thomas M. Mccabe, Carl Fontaine, Sheldon P. Wagman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Martin Zippin to speak at "Y" seminar on art, Feb. 26 • Grundy crowned; Whitians named at annual Lorelei • "Army med service" topic at pre-med meeting tonite • Seniors present "Gold in the hills" March 7 and 8 • Campus Chest '58 charities • Ursinus photo enthusiast shows camera art in UC Library foyer • Freshman women get colors at ceremonies • Cub & Key Society requests outlines from junior men • WSGA names May queen - J. Martin; Molitor, manager • Tau Sig and Sig Rho dance held Saturday night • Editorial: Art and the student • Nothing new under Ur sun (us) • Ode to idiots • Letters to the editor • Ursinus wrestlers visit Wilkes for meet, Fri. and Sat. • Swimming and basketball finds belles ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 17, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Ann Leger, Philip Sterling Rowe, Sheldon P. Wagman Feb 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, February 17, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Ann Leger, Philip Sterling Rowe, Sheldon P. Wagman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Sophomore, MSGA elections this Wednesday, Feb. 19th • March and April Forum speakers • Campus Chest to begin '58 drive • UC colors to be given freshman women, Feb. 20 • Sponsors Lenten service • Annual show by students, faculty set for March 14 • First speaker in art series, Feb. 26 • Eisenhower and rockets, subject of UC Forum speaker • Appeal received from Korean university officials for books • Lorelei features Bob Dale at Sunnybrook Friday night • Storm hits area; With snow drifting • "Kupid-Kapers" held Sat.; Snow affects Ape's dance • Senior class to present play "Gold in the hills" • Chem. society makes trip • Frosh dance Tues ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 20, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Carl Fontaine, Thomas M. Mccabe, Phil Rowe, Sheldon P. Wagman Jan 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, January 20, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Carl Fontaine, Thomas M. Mccabe, Phil Rowe, Sheldon P. Wagman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Polishuk explains space satellite, jets and rockets • "Satchmo" to play at Villanova, Feb. 9 • Junior pre-meds to take test May 3 • Work camps in Philadelphia • "Final fling" well attended • Faculty entertain at fireside chats • Foreign films featured by Philadelphia society • Ursinus Forum announces Spring semester speakers • Ursinus receives grant from du Pont • Chi Alpha to hear talk on Paul Tillich; Schedules discussion of Sartre work • Editorial: Fuel will brighten the Lantern • Power of love • Campus "stickouts" • Bumble puppy: A new game • UC varsity & JV hoopers bow to Blue Hens, PMC • UC red and black league intramural games begin • UC matmen ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 13, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Carl Fontaine, Thomas M. Mccabe, Arthur King, Sandra Piper, Sheldon P. Wagman Jan 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, January 13, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Carl Fontaine, Thomas M. Mccabe, Arthur King, Sandra Piper, Sheldon P. Wagman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Faculty, students get together for "fireside chats" • European views of Americans told at IRC meeting • "Lantern" contest offers prizes to writers and artists • "Satellites" topic at chem meeting tonight in S-12 • Library receives 400 dollar grant • Lorelei discussed, proctors named at MSGA meeting • Student teachers' tales amuse SEAP meeting • Picasso exhibition opens at Philadelphia art museum • Tranquilizers subject of pre-med meeting, Jan. 8 • Podolak captains color guard • Sig Nu & Delta Pi to hold "final fling" January 18 • Editorial: It's our move now • Trim the wick and brighten the Lantern • Prize poems • Picasso: Biography • Valentine Day opener set for girls' badminton team • Girls' basketball opener set for Feb. 12 with G'burg • UC grapplers beat Haverford 19-13 in season's opener • Varsity cagers lose; J.V.s beat Swarthmore, Haverford • Bears scalped by Indians 81-69 in year-end game • Beta Sig mardi gras held • Frosh give dance: "Beneath the sea" • Many fields included in new library ...