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The Ursinus Weekly, December 8, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Mort Kersey, Herbert C. Smith, Melvyn H. Ehrlich, Barry Feierman, Lewis Bostic, Allen Faaet Dec 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, December 8, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Mort Kersey, Herbert C. Smith, Melvyn H. Ehrlich, Barry Feierman, Lewis Bostic, Allen Faaet

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Two new soloists to appear in Messiah • Tiffany jewels dazzle Prom-goers • Agency brings Odetta to U.C. campus: Contralto to appear here Saturday • Career center • Seasonal festivities include Xmas banquet • Esso foundation grant • Curtain Club scores with "The Crucible" • Scholarships • Focus prints • Editorial: The Ursinus meal • Go you Bears! Or, glimpses into the rich and varied past of Grizzlies • Letter to the editor: Chapel examined • Book review: Is Bokonon dead? • The Crucible: A play for all seasons • Recent school blaze injures two Ursinus volunteer firemen • "Project Earth turnabout" is new Ursinus plan to stop Red missiles • Bears top Delval, Campbell ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 12, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Walt Trout, Alexis C. Anderson Apr 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, April 12, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Walt Trout, Alexis C. Anderson

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

1966 Campus Chest drive opens: Local, national, international charities represented • Miles and microscopes; Blind and education • War and orphans • Organizations slate activities: Vehicle race to kick off week • Camels and Campus Chest • Editorial: We have - have you? • First annual carnival promises fun, food, games and prizes • Let's make this a record year • Enthusiasm is the keynote for this year's Committee • The orphan, the blind, the negro: Children receive necessities and love at crowded orphanage; Viet Cong victim adopted; Doubly-handicapped find home • Negro betterment aim: Miles conducts head start programs for K, through college; Progress report of the readiness ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 21, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Chuck Broadbent, Samuel Totaro, Mort Kersey, Jon Katz Mar 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, March 21, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Chuck Broadbent, Samuel Totaro, Mort Kersey, Jon Katz

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Senior Prom is lovely Polynesian paradise: Name perm officers, lord & lady • Ross to speak on retarded children • Pi Nu sponsors S-F Songfest • Romane named editor: Production editors also announced; Will take over in April • Seven junior men named to Cub and Key at Prom • Thirteen enroll to visit Europe with seminar • IRC attends Model United Nations • Senior concert finale • Campus Chest is coming • Cast named for Curtain Club Spring play • Editorial: Constructive criticism; A note of thanks • Hinkle will leave Curtain Club at it's highest peak in years: Outgoing director names "Adding machine" no. 1 play • Fall orientation proven a flop • Thief pardoned: Maps reappear in torn atlases • "The most fun on campus" discovered behind "the swinging kitchen ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 14, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Lee Armstrong, Charles Yerger, John Corbin, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien, Mort Kersey Mar 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, March 14, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Lee Armstrong, Charles Yerger, John Corbin, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien, Mort Kersey

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dramatic arts emphasized during month of March: Ballet, theatre, motion picture • Wednesday Forum provides enjoyable evening of ballet • "No exit" proves cultural exchange with Beaver • "Jesus, a clown?" Y's controversial art film asks • Senior prom to be "Polynesian paradise": Cub and Key, perm. class officers, lord and lady to be named • Debating team gives excellent showing in match • Saturday's movie is "The list of Adrian Messinger" • PSEA addressed by Miss Kelley • Curtain Club's 2 one acts round out prom weekend • Political science "players" portray Un-American Activities Committee hearing • Editorial: Cultural exchange • "Some students couldn't afford Ursinus ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 7, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Sue Yost, Mort Kersey, Kenneth Macleod, Judy Schneider Mar 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, March 7, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Sue Yost, Mort Kersey, Kenneth Macleod, Judy Schneider

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Senior Symposium tours Phila. settlement homes • Curtain Club lists Spring dramatics • "The Ballet Chaffee" to be Wednesday evening Forum • Folk Society donates $250 • Y to present Accion leader • Swann receives memorial scholarship • Temple begins math internship • Editorial: The apathetic syndrome • Young and old, rich and poor accepted by Admissions Office: 81% of present freshmen placed near top of class • Dolman stresses importance of Admissions interviews • Letter to the editor • Swim team soaks Temple; Drops one to E. S'burg • Girls B'ball team drops game to WC • Intramural corner • Bears make creditable showing in MACs • 1965-1966 wrestling roundup • Greek gleanings ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 28, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Frederick Jacob, Susan Tucker, Paul Zamostien, Judith Olshefskie Feb 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, February 28, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Frederick Jacob, Susan Tucker, Paul Zamostien, Judith Olshefskie

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Alumni to enrich activities with new "student fund": Seniors will be instrumental in pushing ambitious scheme • Fraternities add total of 68 men • In memoriam: Dr. Roland F. Doane • Forum to levitate alumni dollars into pockets of needy activities • Reed and Barton hold annual Silver Opinion contest • Alumni corner • This week's movie is for the birds • Europe with Mr. Davis: 2 credits and a "fun" summer • Student faculty art winners • Letter to the editor • Anyone can learn a language! Profs reveal secrets of success in exclusive Weekly interviews • Sage advice offered by UC "elder statesman" • "Izzy & Lizzy" opens triumphant amid ribbon snippings, hurrahs: Basement becomes informal cafe • Troster scores 52: All time scoring champ; Bears stagger Pharmacy as ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 21, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Mort Kersey, Susan U. Lynch, Frank A. Lyon, Lance Diskan, Linda Richtmyre, Leslie Rudnyanszky, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien Feb 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, February 21, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Mort Kersey, Susan U. Lynch, Frank A. Lyon, Lance Diskan, Linda Richtmyre, Leslie Rudnyanszky, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Mrs. Pancoast speaks for traditional Color Day • M-singers plan concert tour • Curtain Club to give 3 "one acts" • Winter IF Weekend "greatest ever" • Chem. Dept. offers guest lecturers • Dean's list • Y-SAC presents Pfeiffer Players • "The rush is on" • Editorial: Freeland a go-go, a retrospection • Letter to the editor • 78% would forgo weekend migrations to socialize at Freeland on Fridays: Poll shows a-go-go tops in minds of UC students • 800 eager students thrilled by thunderous Olatunji show • Dominican ambassador to brief model UN panel • Lantern seeks new contributors among swinging, lazy students • Intramural corner • Courtmen win thriller in overtime battle ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 14, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Bonnie Mccolm, Mort Kersey, Chuck Broadbent, Loretta Wagner, Jon Katz, Leslie Rudnyanszky, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien Feb 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, February 14, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Bonnie Mccolm, Mort Kersey, Chuck Broadbent, Loretta Wagner, Jon Katz, Leslie Rudnyanszky, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Happiness is the Lorelei: Traditional turnabout features peanuts, Whitians and kings • Dr. Riffe plans Shakespeare trips • St. Andrews Soc. offers stipend for study abroad • Agency Olatunji concert kicks off winter IF • Art is contemplation • Mrs. Pancoast to speak at Color Day • PSEA hears talk on ed. changes • Editorial: Situations to ponder • Controversy suggests student interest in local art exhibited in Wismer: "What is it?" they ask • "Aching need" filled by Supply Store a-go-go • Quiet hours shattered by fire as candle sets Hobson ablaze • Kersey lauds IF initiative • Paw prints • Intramural corner • UC dropped by E'town, routs Hopkins • Women's ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 17, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Thomas W. Beaver, William Schuyler Pettit, Bob Dunkle, Charles Yerger, Samuel Totaro, Frederick Light, Robert Barandon, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien, Kenneth Macleod, Chuck Broadbent Jan 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, January 17, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Thomas W. Beaver, William Schuyler Pettit, Bob Dunkle, Charles Yerger, Samuel Totaro, Frederick Light, Robert Barandon, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien, Kenneth Macleod, Chuck Broadbent

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Y speaker on Vietnam assails US policy • PSEA hears advice from student teachers • Alumni invite U.C. seniors to gala at Bala • Ursinus Plan, part 2: Detailed explanation of new curricular program • U.C. receives $2,500 grant • Lorelei "sirens" seek out male campus element • Alumni Centennial corner • Editorial: We get letters? Only wish we did! • Letters to the editor • Editors, professor applaud maiden publication of Focus: All cite necessity for participation of student body • Only seven can secure "greatest Ursinus honor": Cub and Key to induct at Prom • Intramural corner • Wrestlers strangle H'ford, Albright: Shut out Fords 37-0 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 10, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, William Schuyler Pettit, Loretta Wagner, Timothy C. Coyne, Sue Yost, Quimby Rae, Frederick Jacob, Jon Katz, Leslie Rudnyanszky, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien, Robert Barandon Jan 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, January 10, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, William Schuyler Pettit, Loretta Wagner, Timothy C. Coyne, Sue Yost, Quimby Rae, Frederick Jacob, Jon Katz, Leslie Rudnyanszky, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien, Robert Barandon

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Senate urges reading period before exams • The Freeland story • The Ursinus plan: To advance the quality of education at UC • UC receives $25,000 grant • Alumni fund hits new peak in contributions • Lantern contest proclaims winners • Roster changes • Examination schedule • We'll not forget: A promise to Freeland; Old building to be razed to provide Library site • A senior's view of Freeland: Can Library replace Freeland's primacy? • An alumnus' view of Freeland: Alumnus recalls Freeland as "source of campus activities" • Search into Ursinus history substantiates second oldest graduate's assertion: Yes, Freeland was indeed everything • Delaware flattens UC ...