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The Ursinus Weekly, December 15, 1952, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Ivy Leaman, Evelyn Scharf, Cheryl Mirgain, Jean Austen, Katharine Hood, Ted Wenner Dec 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, December 15, 1952, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Ivy Leaman, Evelyn Scharf, Cheryl Mirgain, Jean Austen, Katharine Hood, Ted Wenner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Chapel cutting rule discussed by MSGA • Eleven outstanding seniors chosen from Ursinus for national Who's Who • Whirlwind of Christmas fun in the offing • Promotions given for Fall players • Doctors Nye and Eger spoke at Dec. 9 pre-med meeting • Rev. Franz gives singing sermon at vespers service • Ursinus student attends NAM congress last week • WAA plans show for Feb. • Day Study holds party • Jan. 7 forum to be ballad singer Earl Spicer of N.Y. • Prom weekend fun for all • Editorials: Spirit or ghosts?; Christmas fun problem; Some ideas on compulsory chapel • Spirit Committee receives letter • Lantern's Fall issue ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 29, No. 5-Z246, Wku Student Affairs Dec 1952

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 29, No. 5-Z246, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

Regular features include:

  • Birds I View
  • Looking Backward
  • Hilltopics
  • Mind Your Manners
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni News
  • Book Marks
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Club News
  • Musical Notes

Articles in this issue:

  • Jimmy Feix Most Valuable as Western Wins Bowl Game – Refrigerator Bowl
  • Twenty-Four Seniors Are Elected to “Who’s Who in American Colleges”
  • Military Ball Big Event on Hill Tonight
  • Pedigo, Mary. William Bivin Leads Senior Class
  • Poetry of Four Students Accepted
  • Freshmen Elect Stanley Street as 1952-53 President
  • College Chorus to Present Bi-Annual Rendition of The Messiah, Dec ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 8, 1952, Sarah Canan, Marna Feldt, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, Helen Gardner, Patricia Garrow, Maxine Alma Walker, Dick Bowman, Sallie Lumis Dec 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, December 8, 1952, Sarah Canan, Marna Feldt, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, Helen Gardner, Patricia Garrow, Maxine Alma Walker, Dick Bowman, Sallie Lumis

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Second forum enjoys speech by diplomat • First forum hears Lord • Scribe praises Fall play • 15th annual Messiah performance to be Thursday night in Bomberger chapel • Y plans vespers, town-gown day Christmas party • Senior prom, party is this weekend • Marine speaks to students • Class to hear talk on southeast Asia • Pre-meds to hear Drs. Nye, Eger • Sororities go through informal initiations • Only $510 donated to Campus Chest • U. of P. student addresses IRC • French Club plans party • Editorials: So little time; Prom problem • Color trouble • GOP still split • Letters to the editor • Canterbury Club elects pres., holds meeting tonight at 7 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 24, 1952, Sarah Canan, Elsie R. Belz, William Lukens, Evelyn Scharf, Dick Bowman, Dick Guldin, Sallie Lumis Nov 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, November 24, 1952, Sarah Canan, Elsie R. Belz, William Lukens, Evelyn Scharf, Dick Bowman, Dick Guldin, Sallie Lumis

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Fall play to be Dec. 5, 6; Ticket sale begins Dec. 1 • Bob Harry to play at senior formal • Freshman rep is sworn in by MSGA • Phys-eds get new teachers • Naval officer to speak here, Dec. 3 • Pre-legal group hears speaker, accepts three new members • Lantern goes to press today; Barbara Wagner designs cover • Messiah seats reserved for 100 students • Constitution changes begun by W.S.G.A. • About 100 students enjoy variety show • Lord Winterton to speak at first forum tomorrow • First Chest drive proceeds small; Two days remain • Help offered for grad study • SWC wins hunt sponsored by ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 17, 1952, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Helen Gardner, Ivy Leaman, Evelyn Scharf, Robert E. Armstrong, John Osborne, Cheryl Mirgain, Patricia Garrow, Ted Wenner, Dick Guldin, Dick Bowman Nov 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, November 17, 1952, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Helen Gardner, Ivy Leaman, Evelyn Scharf, Robert E. Armstrong, John Osborne, Cheryl Mirgain, Patricia Garrow, Ted Wenner, Dick Guldin, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Faculty show is considered huge success • Dean addresses freshman class • Bus. Ad. Club sponsors debate on current economic issues • Y cabinet hears program plans of commissions • Dorm reps chosen to sell yearbooks • Speaker explains international bank • 11 articles, three books left in lost and found department • Ruby to give show on Friday • Benefit fashion show enjoyed by audience • I.R.C. attends model U.N. • Chest Drive opens today; $1300 set as final goal • Two Messiah soloists chosen • Lord to speak at Forum on November 25 • Freshmen petition to give breakage fees to Union • Rev. James tells "What on earth ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 29, No. 4-Z246, Wku Student Affairs Nov 1952

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 29, No. 4-Z246, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

Regular features include:

  • Birds I View
  • Looking Backward
  • Hilltopics
  • Mind Your Manners
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni News
  • Book Marks
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Club News
  • Musical Notes

Articles in this issue:

  • Western Accepts Bowl Invitation – Refrigerator Bowl
  • Miss Tyler Diemer Chosen ’52-53 Homecoming Queen
  • Robert Whitney to Conduct All State Orchestra
  • Alumni Luncheon Attended by Faculty Members
  • Campus Visited by German Teachers
  • Talisman Staff Selected for ‘54
  • 25-Year Plaques to be Presented on Founders Day
  • The Mikado to be Presented Nov. 24 at Nashville
  • Larry Fotine to Play for ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 10, 1952, Sarah Canan, Milo H. Zimmerman Jr., William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, Ted Wenner, Dick Bowman, Dick Guldin, Sallie Lumis Nov 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, November 10, 1952, Sarah Canan, Milo H. Zimmerman Jr., William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, Ted Wenner, Dick Bowman, Dick Guldin, Sallie Lumis

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Faculty show begins Chest drive, Nov. 15 • Pancoast, Miller debate merits of Ike and Adlai • Jones speaks to freshman class • Group production judged success • Death takes holiday in Curtain Club play • Frosh officers disclosed; Ronald Hutchinson, prexy • Seniors plan for show and dances • Workers net $40 for Campus Chest • Steward resigns • Cheerleaders to take over plans for future pep rallies • Pre-meds take tour • Former Ursinus student dies in automobile accident • Editorials: Was this fun?; Let's go, Band • Noble sportsmen • Letters to the editor • Rushees sign fraternity bids • New patriotism will help Ike • Bears face Juniata in last home tilt ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 3, 1952, Sarah Canan, Ralph Sternberg, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Joan Higgins, Helen Lightfoot, Helen Yost, Sallie Lumis, Ted Wenner, Patricia Garrow, Katharine Hood, Dick Bowman Nov 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, November 3, 1952, Sarah Canan, Ralph Sternberg, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Joan Higgins, Helen Lightfoot, Helen Yost, Sallie Lumis, Ted Wenner, Patricia Garrow, Katharine Hood, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Rushees sign sorority bids Saturday morn • Girls plan fashion show • Dr. Wagner gives med school advice • Freshmen hear Dr. Helfferich • Students discuss social life ideas at fireside chat • WSGA enforces poster removal • Quartet to sing on TV • Music Club to hold Sadie Hawkins Day square dance • Seven articles, four books left unclaimed in Dean's office • Campus favors Eisenhower by majority of 151 votes • Campus Chest to hold poll this Tuesday • Group to give play Tuesday • Bus. Ad. club hears H. D. Leopold speak • Ten new members added to Weekly news and feature staff • Bazaar, ball held • Editorials: Vote is ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 29, No. 3-Z246, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1952

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 29, No. 3-Z246, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

Regular features include:

  • Birds I View
  • Looking Backward
  • Hilltopics
  • Mind Your Manners
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni News
  • Book Marks
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Club News
  • Musical Notes

Articles in this issue:

  • Eastern Maroons Invade the Hill Next Saturday
  • Appointments Announced for Army ROTC
  • Homecoming Festivities to Begin With Student Parade
  • Flash Fire Fatal to Child – Edward Griffis, Veterans Village
  • Four Concerts are Scheduled
  • English Professor to Attend Meeting of Folklore Societies – D.K. Wilgus
  • L.R. Sherrill Chosen Senior Sponsor
  • Chemistry Department Professors Attend Society Meeting
  • Aptitude Tests Given ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 27, 1952, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, David Garlich, Evelyn Scharf, Patricia Garrow, Maxine Alma Walker, Ted Wenner, Katharine Hood, Dick Guldin, Sallie Lumis Oct 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, October 27, 1952, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, David Garlich, Evelyn Scharf, Patricia Garrow, Maxine Alma Walker, Ted Wenner, Katharine Hood, Dick Guldin, Sallie Lumis

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Students and old timers enjoy varied activities: Ellie Unger crowned queen of Varsity Club dance; 724 wins golden trophy for best dorm decorations • 21 degrees conferred at Founders Day exercises: Helfferich, Lauer receive Doctor of Laws degrees; Vice President gives speech stressing college history • Ursinus, U. P. form program for engineers • Fraternities gave parties; Rushing starts this week • College fills blood quota • German Club holds meeting; Plans for year's activities • Senior carnival, dance to be this weekend • Dr. Witmer receives Doctor of Pedagogy degree from F&M • Business Administration Club to hear advertising rep. • Y work day, chat to be Sat., Wed. • IRC hears librarian speak on Philippines • Miller, Pancoast to debate • Girls begin rushing today • WSGA changes frosh drug rules • Frosh women in booster group set up 15, 20 cent poster rates • Movie to be shown in S-12, Fri. • Lantern holds meeting • French Club to meet • Editorials: Let's do something • Typical American family • Letters to the editor • Square dance to be Nov. 8 • Chi Alpha alters constitution • Liberals have free speech • Students attend Eisenhower press conference in Phila. • Pre-meds to hear Wagner • Married • Chess Club loses • And if it isn't gov'nuh Jones back from "Meddie" England • Knull and Burger mates throughout ship's tour on sea • New look, new hours, new food bring new life to the "Supply" • Albright beats third team • Lafayette booters hand Bears first defeat, 5-1 • Bears win 6-0 on Maliken's last second TD: Grizzly Bears victorious in second straight game; Goal line stand saves Old Timers Day gridiron thriller • Girls drop hockey game ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 20, 1952, Sarah Canan, Elsie R. Belz, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, Charles Haverstick, Nancy Carson, Patricia Garrow, Dick Guldin, Dick Bowman, Ted Wenner, Bill Burger Oct 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, October 20, 1952, Sarah Canan, Elsie R. Belz, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, Charles Haverstick, Nancy Carson, Patricia Garrow, Dick Guldin, Dick Bowman, Ted Wenner, Bill Burger

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Helfferich to receive degree on Founders Day • MSGA rules breaks as illegal, customs to remain • Bloodmobile to come Wed. • Sorority rushees to open bids Friday • Newman Club hears speaker • Hutchison chosen to plan frosh show • Debating club meets • Varied plans made for Old Timers Day • Day study plans for fashion show; Initiates freshmen • Roberts, Geiger cast as leads in Fall production • Ten new members chosen by Lantern • Orsini to benefit by dance proceeds • Sturgis receives honor at ceremony • Varsity Club to hold dance • Carnival, Halloween ball planned by senior class • Pre-med honors Brownback • Editorials: Highest honor; Give blood • Campus Chest ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 29, No. 2-Z246, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1952

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 29, No. 2-Z246, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

Regular features include:

  • Birds I View
  • Looking Backward
  • Hilltopics
  • Mind Your Manners
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni News
  • Book Marks
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Club News
  • Musical Notes

Articles in this issue:

  • Talisman Staff Begins Work on ’53 Year Book
  • Coach Ed Diddle Suffers Serious Heart Attacks
  • “The Heiress” Scheduled for Presentation, Oct. 30
  • Roy Owsley Accepts Job in Maine
  • Kentucky Ornithological Society Plans 3 Day Convention
  • Applications Now Available for Service Tests
  • Juniors to Have Free Football
  • Herman W. Taylor Elected President of TDEA – Third District Education Association
  • Air ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 13, 1952, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Ivy Leaman, Helen Gardner, Evelyn Scharf, Richard P. Richter, Helen Yost, Jean Austen, Patricia Garrow, Ted Wenner, Charles Haverstick, Dick Bowman, Katharine Hood, Sallie Lumis Oct 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, October 13, 1952, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Ivy Leaman, Helen Gardner, Evelyn Scharf, Richard P. Richter, Helen Yost, Jean Austen, Patricia Garrow, Ted Wenner, Charles Haverstick, Dick Bowman, Katharine Hood, Sallie Lumis

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Weekly staff fills several new positions • Spirit group plans contests • Curtain Club holds tryouts for Fall play tonight at 6:30 • Campus contest for blood donors begun • Annual Y retreat to be this weekend • Debaters meet tonight • Seniors to get Marian Caruso, Bob Harry, for prom, Dec. 12 • Chem. society to meet • Pancoast speaks to freshman class • Sophs plan Halloween ball • 232 new students enroll; Freshman class has 197 • Student Union idea to be discussed at Y fireside chat • Sororities schedule dinners for 25th • FTA hears coach Spangler on topic of backward children • Beauty contest to be held • Club plans ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 6, 1952, Sarah Canan, Richard P. Richter, William Lukens, Evelyn Scharf, Patricia Garrow, Maxine Alma Walker, Charles Haverstick, Dick Bowman, Katharine Hood, Dick Guldin, Ted Wenner Oct 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, October 6, 1952, Sarah Canan, Richard P. Richter, William Lukens, Evelyn Scharf, Patricia Garrow, Maxine Alma Walker, Charles Haverstick, Dick Bowman, Katharine Hood, Dick Guldin, Ted Wenner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dean reveals new title for former B list • MSGA announces concession grants at first meeting • Musicians to appear Sunday • Ursinus bloodmobile to arrive October 22; Donors urged to apply • Thespians reveal production plans • Chest drive scheduled for early in November • Spirit Committee, Y, plan pep rally • Changes made in Bio, English faculty; New librarians, preceptresses installed • Y starts plan of orientation for freshmen • WSGA arranges varied plans for freshman affairs • Godshall resigns college position • Matlaga receives Cub and Key award • Music Club announces schedule of concerts • Dean of Women recuperates from serious eye ailment • Supply Store has new plans • New ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 29, No. 1-Z246, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1952

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 29, No. 1-Z246, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

Regular features include:

  • Birds I View
  • Looking Backward
  • Hilltopics
  • Mind Your Manners
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni News
  • Book Marks
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Club News
  • Musical Notes

Articles in this issue:

  • Bob Richardson & Jerry Parker to Head 1952 College Heights Herald Staff
  • Dean Announces New Courses in Commerce Study – Finley Grise
  • TDEA to Hold Annual Fall Meeting on Western Campus – Third District Education Association
  • Four Chosen as Cheerleaders in Chapel
  • First Chapel Conducted by Local Pastors
  • Religious Emphasis Week Will Start November 3
  • Hilltoppers Quartet on Top
  • Enrollment Shows ...


A Comparative Study Of Barren County Schools 1938-1950, David Montgomery Jul 1952

A Comparative Study Of Barren County Schools 1938-1950, David Montgomery

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

This study shows that the school census is dropping rapidly in rural areas. It must be remembered that with the introduction of more labor saving farm machinery and the consolidation of small farms that the end is not in sight.

A greater percentage of children are enrolled in our schools. The percentage of attendance is higher and will continue to slowly improve. As consolidation of small schools progresses, school plants and physical equipment will improve.

Over one-half of the children in average daily attendance are transported. Percentage of enrollment and percentage of attendance are much better in the transported group ...


Jesse Stuart & Education, Mae Dixon Jul 1952

Jesse Stuart & Education, Mae Dixon

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The purpose of this study is to bring to the attention of the public the educational life and contributions of Jesse Stuart


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 28, No. 15-Z245, Wku Student Affairs Jun 1952

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 28, No. 15-Z245, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

Regular features include:

  • Birds I View
  • Looking Backward
  • Hilltopics
  • Mind Your Manners
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni News
  • Book Marks
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Training School Notes
  • Club News

Articles in this issue:

  • Western to Open Its 46th Year
  • Edwin Mims to Address Grads on July 30
  • Contractors Prediction is Completion in October – Garrett Hall
  • Foreign Students to Visit Western
  • Western to Observe Holiday Next Friday & Saturday – Fourth of July
  • Carlos Oakley Elected President of Alumni Association
  • Annual Rural Life Meet July 18-19
  • State Department to Hold Conference Week ...


57th Annual Commencement, Sherwood Music School Jun 1952

57th Annual Commencement, Sherwood Music School

Commencement Programs

Program for the Sherwood Music School 57th Annual Commencement at Orchestra Hall (220 South Michigan Avenue) held on June 10, 1952.


The Ursinus Weekly, June 2, 1952, Sarah Canan, Ted Wenner Jun 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, June 2, 1952, Sarah Canan, Ted Wenner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Bishop Corson is speaker at Baccalaureate • Curtain Club, Alpha Psi pick remainder of next year's slate • WAA honors six • Barbara Crawford, Marg. Donaldson attain top honors • Ursinus alumni meet to enjoy reunions • English Club picks Lukens • New cheerleaders chosen • Board selects Armstrong for Dean position • Professor discovers physics lab theft • Richter heads Pi Gamma Mu • Dr. James Creese speaks as 172 receive degrees • Cub and Key elects officers • MSGA holds final meeting; Case of plagiarism discussed • WSGA chooses committee • Editorials: Tribute; Individualism • Engagements • Letters to the editor • Frats choose officers • Bears close season with 9-5 victory over Lehigh • Baseball ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 28, No. 14-Z245, Wku Student Affairs May 1952

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 28, No. 14-Z245, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

Regular features include:

  • Birds I View
  • Looking Backward
  • Hilltopics
  • Mind Your Manners
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni News
  • Book Marks
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Training School Notes
  • Club News

Articles in this issue:

  • Commencement to be May 29
  • Seniors Have Full Schedule in Coming Week
  • Open Shop Scheduled for Wednesday & Thursday
  • Toppers Split with Eastern Kentucky University – Baseball
  • Exhibition Being Held in Art Gallery
  • Awards Presented in Chapel Today
  • Summer School – editorial
  • After Now – editorial
  • Summer Chapel Programs to Feature Outstanding People
  • Paul Terrell Selected to Attend Three Day Convocation ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 12, 1952, Sarah Canan, Richard P. Richter, William Lukens, Elsie R. Belz, Evelyn Scharf, Patricia Garrow, John Heileman, Helen Lightfoot, Lois Leonard, Dick Bowman May 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, May 12, 1952, Sarah Canan, Richard P. Richter, William Lukens, Elsie R. Belz, Evelyn Scharf, Patricia Garrow, John Heileman, Helen Lightfoot, Lois Leonard, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

WSGA to install officers at banquet on Thursday • Sororities hold dances, elections • Ruby selects photographer • College physician, famous coach, dies • WAA gives banquet • Bus. Ad. club takes poll • Queen and court reign at May Day pageant • Commencement, Baccalaureate speakers announced • Rosicrucians to entertain new members • Curtain Club, Alpha Psi elect new presidents • Four fraternities pick new officers • Voegler to speak at Pottstown • Campus groups hold annual elections: IRC, FTA, French Club • Queen to be on TV • Editorials: Good idea; Class struggle; Capitalistic noise and smoke • Class of 1952 is invited to Alumni Association dinner • "Phila. Story" is grand success • Alumni ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 28, No. 13-Z245, Wku Student Affairs May 1952

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 28, No. 13-Z245, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

Regular features include:

  • Birds I View
  • Looking Backward
  • Hilltopics
  • Mind Your Manners
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni News
  • Book Marks
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Training School Notes
  • Club News

Articles in this issue:

  • “Elijah” to be Presented by Orchestra & Chorus
  • Senior Schedule is Announced
  • College President, Minister to Address Graduates – Herman Wells & William Benfield
  • Eight Qualify for AAUW Speech Contest – American Association of University Women
  • Special College Deferment Test Set for May 22
  • Celebration for Armed Forces Day Planned
  • Band Has Three May Appearances
  • Training School Pupils to Give Recital
  • Musical Production Set for Next Thursday Night
  • Why Not Join? – editorial
  • Kentucky Science Academy Now Meeting at Mammoth Cave
  • Reunion Honors Class of 1927
  • Writes Article for Filson Club Quarterly – Lowell Harrison
  • Vaughn Monroe to Make Personal Appearance Here
  • Former Westerner Gets Fellowships for Study Abroad – J.W. Moulder
  • Edwin Mims Addresses English Club
  • Predicts 2 More Boom Years
  • Is Vice President of Alpha Sigma Nu – Ted Hornback Jr.
  • High School Tennis Tournament Scheduled on Western Courts
  • Deadline for WAC Commissions Extended
  • Art Show Presented by Senior Students
  • George Woodcock to ask for Chester-Fact
  • Education Council
  • Jimmy Pickel Sets Record; Aces Score Upset
  • Used Home Economics Appliances Being Sold
  • G.G. Craig Publishes New Penmanship Book
  • 1000 College Grads Being Sought by U.S. Marine Corps
  • Elected President of Folklore Society – Gordon Wilson
  • Pershing Rifles Drill Team Wins 4 Trophies


The Ursinus Weekly, May 5, 1952, Sarah Canan, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, John Billman, Maxine Alma Walker, Sallie Lumis, Dick Bowman, Dick Guldin, Bob Odenheimer, Ted Wenner May 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, May 5, 1952, Sarah Canan, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, John Billman, Maxine Alma Walker, Sallie Lumis, Dick Bowman, Dick Guldin, Bob Odenheimer, Ted Wenner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Phila. Story" to be presented May 8, 9 & 10 • Pre-meds elect officers • Y cabinet assumes duties at retreat • Music Club to hold elections tomorrow • Inter-sorority group holds annual party • Students will be charged for all overdue library books • Music Club to give concert • WSGA endorses removal of posters • New "Lantern" head selected by staff • Dan Giangiulio is elected new president of MSGA • Final plans set for May Day pageant, campus activities • Future teachers to hear talk Tuesday • Ludwig receives prize from chemical institute • Bus. Ad. club reorganizes; Bennett elected president • New Selective Service test scheduled to be given May 22 • Editorials: More pride needed; Super-patriots gag opinion • Spirit group meets to plan program for next year • Chess club loses match • Letters to the editor • German Club elects Owens • Junior-Sophomore weekend held • Pinned • Engagements • Many infected by senioritus • May pageants present queen in many guises • Parting seniors reveal one last desire • Hal Feist hurls seven-hit victory over Swarthmore • Girls net team gains shutout win • Delaware trounces Bears 10 to 3 with 15-hit attack • Cinder men rout Cadets, lose to Lehigh ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 28, 1952, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Audrey Harte, Joan Higgins, Ted Wenner, Bob Odenheimer, Dick Bowman, Patricia Garrow Apr 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, April 28, 1952, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Audrey Harte, Joan Higgins, Ted Wenner, Bob Odenheimer, Dick Bowman, Patricia Garrow

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ruth Reed is prom queen; Cub and Key taps four • Girls elect class representatives to WSGA and WAA • Y plans retreat for this weekend • Students pick MSGA men for next year • Navy man to be here tomorrow • New presidents elected for WAA, WSGA and Y • Day study girls pick new officers • Audience enjoys laughs at show • French Club to hold banquet • Classes elect officers for coming year • Spirit Committee chooses Armstrong as new chairman • Norristown Chemical Society to sponsor April 28 program • Pi Gamma Mu holds banquet • Editorials: Suggestion; Spinoza and Truman; U.S. has war attitude • Letters to the ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 28, No. 12-Z245, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1952

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 28, No. 12-Z245, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

Regular features include:

  • Birds I View
  • Looking Backward
  • Hilltopics
  • Mind Your Manners
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni News
  • Book Marks
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Training School Notes
  • Club News

Articles in this issue:

  • Gym Being Decorated for Big Talisman Ball Tonight
  • College Welcomes Music Festival Group
  • Date is Set for Education Council Banquet
  • Edwin Mims to Address English Club
  • Symphony Orchestra to Present Concert Sunday May 4
  • Seniors Show Wide Choice of Major Fields
  • “Sing Out, Sweet Land,” Players’ Final Production of School Year, is Musical
  • Concert Band Presents Annual ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 21, 1952, Sarah Canan, Edythe Carter, Elizabeth Joanne Heller, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Audrey Harte Apr 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, April 21, 1952, Sarah Canan, Edythe Carter, Elizabeth Joanne Heller, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Audrey Harte

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Juniors schedule prom, show for this weekend • Operetta "Sari" judged to be great success • Chem group plans April 28 program • Lit. readings held • Juniors, sophomores plan activities for May 2, 3 • Loyalty forms needed for civil service jobs • Meeker awarded fellowship • Spirit group meets to plan for next year • Speaker tells of life in Africa and Pakistan • Annual campus elections to take place tomorrow • Member of Board of Directors dies • Intersorority Council plans freshmen party • French Club to give movie • Herber awarded fellowship • Group Four to give play on April 22 • Frat president elected • Editorials: Get out and vote; A ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 14, 1952, Sarah Canan, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, Robert E. Armstrong, Ted Wenner, William Lukens Apr 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, April 14, 1952, Sarah Canan, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, Robert E. Armstrong, Ted Wenner, William Lukens

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA plans for evaluation of professors • Alumni to hear Dr. Furbay speak • Language table meets • Sophs, freshmen draw up petitions; Deadline April 16 • Plans made to stop cheating • Library acquires new books • Operetta "Sari" scheduled for this weekend • Cultural Olympics rate play highly • French Club entertained • Jean Shepherd speaks at annual Weekly banquet: KYW disc jockey presents radio difficulties, problems • Heads named for YMCA • Late permissions discussed in WSGA meeting • Eight members to represent Pi Gamma Mu at Albright • IRC hears Ulbricht • German Club to hold hunt • Editorials: The "passive" student; Truman's steel seizure wrong • Dean of Men leads ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 7, 1952, Helen Gardner, Richard P. Richter, William Lukens, Evelyn Scharf, Helen Yost, David Hallstrom, Ted Wenner, Dick Bowman, Bob Odenheimer, Sarah Canan Apr 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, April 7, 1952, Helen Gardner, Richard P. Richter, William Lukens, Evelyn Scharf, Helen Yost, David Hallstrom, Ted Wenner, Dick Bowman, Bob Odenheimer, Sarah Canan

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Members begin new duties on Weekly staff • New head waiters appointed • DeSola and Scott direct new drama • Bids for queen due April 18 • China subject of Forum talk • Ursinus student body favors Gen. Eisenhower for presidential post • Curtain group plays create startling effects • Group entertained at Norristown "Y" • Laura Bechtle announces chief May Day dancers • Committee picks WSGA, YWCA, WAA nominees • Players intensify "Sari" rehearsals • Cheating is topic at fireside chats • Bids circulated for MSGA, class officers • Seniors to contact Doughty if not measured for gowns • Women day students to hold sale of cakes for furniture • Editorials: Proud tradition; Good ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 28, No. 11-Z245, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1952

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 28, No. 11-Z245, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

Regular features include:

  • Birds I View
  • Looking Backward
  • Hilltopics
  • Mind Your Manners
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni News
  • Book Marks
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Training School Notes
  • Club News

Articles in this issue:

  • Campus Site of Regional High School Music Festival
  • Western Breakfast of Paramount Interest at KEA Meeting in Louisville April 16-18 – Kentucky Education Association
  • College High Speakers Win Speech Festival
  • Seven Qualified for Robinson Medal
  • Edwin Mims to Speak
  • William Bivin is Winner of Ogden Contest
  • Chemist to Speak in Chapel – George Glockler
  • FFA to Meet on Campus ...