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The Ursinus Weekly, May 14, 1951, Mary Yost, Robert Jordan, Sally Canan, Richard Mckey, Jonni Graf, Donald G. Baker, Anne Neborak, Roy Foster, Nelson M. Fellman Jr. May 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, May 14, 1951, Mary Yost, Robert Jordan, Sally Canan, Richard Mckey, Jonni Graf, Donald G. Baker, Anne Neborak, Roy Foster, Nelson M. Fellman Jr.

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Robert Herber chosen for study abroad • Dramatic fraternity takes in new members • Debating Club elects • Mary MacPherson crowned May Queen before large crowd; "Arsenic" run registers success • Senior announcements available; Meeting set • Tom Davis elected MSGA president; Feulner is V. P. • Y doggie roast planned • Jay Ely chosen head of musical organizations • Classes vote for officers; Council named • Women's dorms elect new representatives • Editorials: Oaths of loyalty? • Great debate continues • Ye olde cricket game • MSGA history shows how present system developed • Sizzling, simpering sunbathers seek solar solace! • Curtis teams vie for championships • Swarthmore jayvees defeat Ursinus girls' net team ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 7, 1951, Mary Yost, Donald Brown, Sally Canan, Linford Loesch, Jane Gulick, Susanne Deitz, Eugene H. Miller, Jonni Graf, Richard Mckey, Anne Neborak, Paul M. Jones, Roy Foster, Bob Odenheimer, Eugene A. Pascucci, Irene Schweitzer May 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, May 7, 1951, Mary Yost, Donald Brown, Sally Canan, Linford Loesch, Jane Gulick, Susanne Deitz, Eugene H. Miller, Jonni Graf, Richard Mckey, Anne Neborak, Paul M. Jones, Roy Foster, Bob Odenheimer, Eugene A. Pascucci, Irene Schweitzer

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Bill LeKernec to edit next year's "Lantern" • Sororities elect new officers, plan events • Varsity banquet tonight • W. A. A. holds election • Y members plan 1951-52 activities at camp retreat • Campus ready for May Day; Pageant, play to be big events • Professors tackle broad questions in first panel • YM-YW name cabinet, heads of commission • Graduation announcements available to seniors • Students cast primary votes for officers • Election of Curtain Club officers listed • Chi Alpha to elect • Editorials: System a success • Making of foreign policy • Letters to the editor • Three officials embroiled • Ursinus mentioned in "Gramercy Ghost" • May Day histories reveal variety ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 30, 1951, Mary Yost, Jane Gulick, Donald Brown, Robert Jordan, Harry Markley, Richard Mckey, Irene Schweitzer, Jonni Graf, William Schuyler Pettit, Anne Neborak, Patricia Garrow, Janet Vart, Roy Foster, Bob Odenheimer, Ed Klein Apr 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, April 30, 1951, Mary Yost, Jane Gulick, Donald Brown, Robert Jordan, Harry Markley, Richard Mckey, Irene Schweitzer, Jonni Graf, William Schuyler Pettit, Anne Neborak, Patricia Garrow, Janet Vart, Roy Foster, Bob Odenheimer, Ed Klein

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Nominations made for class, MSGA elections • Coeds elect new student council representatives • Y to organize; Retreat slated • Senior dinner planned • Professors' panel set for Wednesday night • Beemer, Mras get waiter posts • "Arsenic" rehearsal speeded up as performance nears • Varsity show called "amusing" • Turk to speak here Tuesday • Jobs open for spring graduates • Senior group works hard preparing papers for departmental honors • Editorials: Attention, W.S.G.A.! • Are we prey to science? • Important news goes unsung • Letters to the editor • One day of blood-giving leaves campus perplexed • Ursinus grad, Lloyd Wood '25, is Lt. Governor • Co-eds defeated by Bryn Mawr ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 23, 1951, Mary Yost, Donald Brown, Dick Hector, Mary Ann Simmendinger, Irene Schweitzer, Helen T. Garrett, Jonni Graf, Richard Mckey, Sarah Canan, Robert Jordan, Paul M. Jones, Eugene A. Pascucci, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Ed Klein, Roy Foster Apr 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, April 23, 1951, Mary Yost, Donald Brown, Dick Hector, Mary Ann Simmendinger, Irene Schweitzer, Helen T. Garrett, Jonni Graf, Richard Mckey, Sarah Canan, Robert Jordan, Paul M. Jones, Eugene A. Pascucci, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Ed Klein, Roy Foster

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Students elect Hartzel, Hall, Ely, Landis: Women's government, YM-YWCA, WAA choose new organization heads • Drs. Armstrong, Mattern, Baker to be speakers • Pa. Dutch film scheduled for benefit show • Nancy Bare and Jackie Keller to share big "Arsenic" role • Six juniors receive Cub and Key memberships for outstanding work • Lantern deadline set for Friday • Barbara Crawford crowned queen of Junior Prom; 4 attendants named • Editorials: Nominations open; Voting results analyzed • French situation reversed • Truman vs MacArthur • Letters to the editor • "Weekly" back issues yield untold wealth of pertinent advertisements • Recordak machine aids in library efficiency • Posting of exams recalls looming ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 16, 1951, Mary Yost, Sally Canan, Mary Ann Simmendinger, Richard Mckey, Jonni Graf, H. Lloyd Jones, Anne Neborak, Nancy Wiseman, Douglas Macmullan, Bob Odenheimer, Jean Leety, Harry Markley, Roy Foster, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Irene Schweitzer Apr 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, April 16, 1951, Mary Yost, Sally Canan, Mary Ann Simmendinger, Richard Mckey, Jonni Graf, H. Lloyd Jones, Anne Neborak, Nancy Wiseman, Douglas Macmullan, Bob Odenheimer, Jean Leety, Harry Markley, Roy Foster, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Irene Schweitzer

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May Day cast chosen; Practices begin this week • "Arsenic and Old Lace" is underway • Methods discussed by archaeologist • John Billman named head of IRC for coming year • McClure urges students to take army tests • French Club to present pianist, vocalists in recital • 35 "Weekly" workers honored at banquet • Varsity Club plans big weekend; Variety show, dance listed April 27, 28 • Ursinus to be honored by Newcomen Society May 24 • Self-help jobs available; Letters must be written • Many jobs available to Spring graduates • '51ers forced to break up as Fisher must leave for U.S. Navy service • Editorials: Opinions sought; Honor ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 9, 1951, Robert Jordan, Richard Mckey, Jonni Graf, Sally Canan, Joanne Nolt, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Mary Yost, Bob Odenheimer, Maurice Armstrong Apr 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, April 9, 1951, Robert Jordan, Richard Mckey, Jonni Graf, Sally Canan, Joanne Nolt, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Mary Yost, Bob Odenheimer, Maurice Armstrong

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Exams speeded for army tests scheduled here • Operetta cancelled • Forum to feature archaeologist in final program • Committee heads named • "Weekly" staff named; Banquet planned • MSGA, class election system Ok'd; Women's groups nominate candidates • Fuhrman to play at Junior Prom; Queen will reign • New Cub and Key members discussed • Bloodmobile to visit Ursinus campus again • Reviewer notes variance in dramatic play-bill presented by Curtain Club • Next Lantern planned • Editorials: Broad outlook; Tribute • Y plans professors' panel • "Stolen" stone in Scotland? • Students' worries traced • Letters to the editor • Library boasts several rare books; Also Brazilian pamphlets • Friend gives 3,500 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 19, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Donald Stauffer, Robert Jordan, Joanne Nolt, Ford Bothwell Mar 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, March 19, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Donald Stauffer, Robert Jordan, Joanne Nolt, Ford Bothwell

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Greek letter groups take in Spring rushees • "Artist's Life" by Ruth Feidler wins Pageant contest • Students contribute record $175 to drive • Students to take part in Model United Nations talk • Debaters to attend parley • 3 seniors named into honorary dramatic group • Plays feature intense drama • Student vocalists to appear in "HMS Pinafore" • Board names Mary Yost to editorship of "Weekly" • Spring play cast headed by Henry, MacMullen, Grove • "Lantern" out Wednesday • YM-YW committee plans nomination • "Seventh Heaven" to be theme of Junior Prom April 20 • Letters to the editor • Robert Thompson's death was '10 campus tragedy • Track squad ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 12, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Jeanne Stewart, Robert E. Armstrong, Anne Neborak, Robert Herber, Jean Leety, Ford Bothwell, Paul M. Jones, Eugene A. Pascucci, Ed Klein Mar 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, March 12, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Jeanne Stewart, Robert E. Armstrong, Anne Neborak, Robert Herber, Jean Leety, Ford Bothwell, Paul M. Jones, Eugene A. Pascucci, Ed Klein

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Curtain Club groups to give plays on April 3 • Edna Millay's poetry read at lit meeting • Ursinus on TV Saturday • Club to visit Seminary • Pageant planned • Forum to feature newspaper writer at March 14 session • Physiotherapist, dental school head to address Pre-med society • "Speak Easy" hailed as milestone in Ursinus theater work • Fraternities, sororities send out bids as Spring rushing period begins today • MSGA discusses election system • Final tryouts for Spring play to be held Wednesday, Thursday • Livingston gives illustrated talk to large crowd • Dr. Yost at Princeton on "busman's holiday" • Bloodmobile to re-visit • Chess Club ties • "Lantern ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 5, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Eugene A. Pascucci, Jeanne Stewart, Robert Jordan, Sarah Canan, Joanne Nolt, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster Mar 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, March 5, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Eugene A. Pascucci, Jeanne Stewart, Robert Jordan, Sarah Canan, Joanne Nolt, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster

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Helfferich retains MAC title; Voted "outstanding" • Music Club lists "HMS Pinafore" as Spring production • Community Chest receives support • MSGA holds discussion on guests' meal prices • Brownback receives material for May 4, 5 grad record exam • Dr. McClure to view Ursinus problems at YM-YWCA meeting • Group presentation of "Condemned" scores hit • DuPont lecturer shows new super light plastic • Larry Livingston, DuPont manager, to speak here • Dr. Yost to read poetry of Edna St. Vincent Millay • Administration receives additional data on draft • Seniors' original "Speak Easy" ready for production • Lantern staff prepares issue; Meeting called • Notecrackers lose coin-tossing finals • Charles Lachman donates ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 26, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Linford Loesch, Robert Jordan, Joanne Nolt, Jeanne Stewart, Connie Zimmerman, Donald Stauffer, Bob Odenheimer, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster, Nelson M. Fellman Jr. Feb 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, February 26, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Linford Loesch, Robert Jordan, Joanne Nolt, Jeanne Stewart, Connie Zimmerman, Donald Stauffer, Bob Odenheimer, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster, Nelson M. Fellman Jr.

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Senior musical to revive era of flapper, prohibition • IRC to discuss U.S. foreign policy • Food council conducts review of situation here • "Big top" chosen theme of freshman dance, March 2 • Book review given • Quartet sings to bank cashier, endorses faulty check vocally • "Time" features successful industrialist, E. D. Bransome, former student here • Play books in Library • 1936 Ursinus graduate attains USAF honors • Campus "March of dimes" nets $34 total; Maples heads list • Board discloses "interest" in armed service units • Audience to enter mood of Tuesday's suspenseful drama • Summer students asked to sign up • 29 delegates attend Philadelphia debate ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 19, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Sally Canan, Mary Ann Simmendinger, Robert Jordan, Douglas Macmullan, Anne Neborak, Eugene A. Pascucci, Ford Bothwell, Ed Klein Feb 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, February 19, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Sally Canan, Mary Ann Simmendinger, Robert Jordan, Douglas Macmullan, Anne Neborak, Eugene A. Pascucci, Ford Bothwell, Ed Klein

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MSGA accepts modifications to Soph rules • Curtain Club to present one-act play, Feb. 27 • Dr. Krishnayya gives Indian position, clarifies Nehru's policies on Red China • Complications feature plot of "Speak easy" • Ursinus graduate to address Pre-Legal society Tuesday • Thespians to produce "Arsenic and Old Lace" • All-Ursinus cast to appear March 17 on "Stars in Your Eyes" television show • Frosberg and Brownback named co-editors of Alumni Journal • Chi Alpha plans seminary visit, discusses ministerial course • Juniors pick Fuhrman • Campus displays colors for annual ceremony • Dean's Office lists enrollment at 771; 19 enter this term • Lorelei lures males, wrecks egos ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 12, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Mary Ann Simmendinger, Joanne Nolt, Robert N. Jordan Jr., Robert E. Armstrong, Susanne Deitz, Bob Odenheimer, Ford Bothwell, Donald Stauffer Feb 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, February 12, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Mary Ann Simmendinger, Joanne Nolt, Robert N. Jordan Jr., Robert E. Armstrong, Susanne Deitz, Bob Odenheimer, Ford Bothwell, Donald Stauffer

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New high set by B-list group as 106 qualify • Y schedules chats, conducts retreat • Paynter-Keller production scores hit in Curtain Club group presentation • Play contest in progress; May Day heads named • Alumna to speak at girls' Color Day program Thursday • Eight enter Ursinus for Spring term • Forum to feature Indian editor at next session • "Speak Easy" title of "Ruby" show • TV auditions slated • 3 graduate school test dates released • Ursinus to enter competition in intercollegiate bridge • Dr. Miller to give IRC summary of Department of State conferences attended in recent weeks • Washington trip planned by PAC • Meistersingers give concert • Editorial ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 15, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Linford Loesch, Robert N. Jordan Jr., Roy Foster, Donald Stauffer, Ford Bothwell, Nelson M. Fellman Jr. Jan 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, January 15, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Linford Loesch, Robert N. Jordan Jr., Roy Foster, Donald Stauffer, Ford Bothwell, Nelson M. Fellman Jr.

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Dean's Office announces list of February graduates • Rice tells group democracies must unite in federation • YM-YW cabinet plans February 10th retreat • Thespians to give one-act play as February 6 group production • Debaters meet LaSalle • Weekly staff reshuffled, enlarged by Board • MSGA hands down judicial decisions at special meeting • New concessions given Ruby, Norris Cleaners • Council to hold Lorelei; Negotiating Leigh's return • Morrison reviews food situation with student councils • "Ruby" to assess groups • Dr. McClure attends educational meeting • "Lantern" announces deadline • Busy Jill-of-all-trades helps seven bosses • Course evaluation sheds illumination and shows discrimination • Late PMC splurge tops fired-up Grizzlies ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 8, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Jane Gulick, Norman E. Mcclure, Jane Hartzel, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Mary Ann Simmendinger, Nancy R. Bare, Joanne Nolt, Robert N. Jordan Jr., Roy Foster, Paul M. Jones Jan 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, January 8, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Jane Gulick, Norman E. Mcclure, Jane Hartzel, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Mary Ann Simmendinger, Nancy R. Bare, Joanne Nolt, Robert N. Jordan Jr., Roy Foster, Paul M. Jones

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Group attends NSA meeting during holiday • French Club conducts meeting and lists plans • Final examinations to continue January 18-26; Schedule posted • Chess Club to play • Rice to give talk on Atlantic Union • Sophomore class to sponsor square dance Friday night • President McClure issues statement on present draft situation at Ursinus • College offers new two-term Summer school • Graduate featured in magazine story • Curtain Club announces next group production • Students participate in television show • Forty attend Philly luncheon of Ursinus Women's Club • New Rosicrucians feted • Miller appears on Quaker City TV "University" • Ursinus grad to hold state executive office • Opinions on ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 11, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Joanne Nolt, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Connie Zimmerman, Mary Yost, Douglas Macmullan, Eugene A. Pascucci, Roy Foster, Ford Bothwell Dec 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, December 11, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Joanne Nolt, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Connie Zimmerman, Mary Yost, Douglas Macmullan, Eugene A. Pascucci, Roy Foster, Ford Bothwell

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Jeckely calls for resistance to communism • Sheeder talks at Trinity • Juniors choose 1952 "Ruby" heads • Chaplain to conduct communion • Y group discusses Atlantic Union plan • Red Cross unit plays host to area chapters • "Snow Ball" opens Fall social season • Students, faculty give blood to Red Cross • Three seniors admitted to dramatic honor frat • Former Ursinus coach dies in auto accident • Over 200 combine to present annual Messiah production • Only memories and souvenirs remain of seniors' colorful formal dance • Warren W. Walters is the official engineer, the man-on-the-spot when trouble arises • French Club holds annual Xmas party • Nachrichten Deutschen Verein • Mack ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 4, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Douglas Macmullan, Connie Zimmerman, Jane Gulick, Joanne Nolt, Roy Foster, Jean Leety, Donald Stauffer, Eugene A. Pascucci, Paul M. Jones, William U. Helfferich Dec 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, December 4, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Douglas Macmullan, Connie Zimmerman, Jane Gulick, Joanne Nolt, Roy Foster, Jean Leety, Donald Stauffer, Eugene A. Pascucci, Paul M. Jones, William U. Helfferich

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Gillespie to play at Friday night senior formal • Men students cast 107-71 vote against dorm amendment • Music organizations to present "Messiah" in Bomberger chapel Thursday night • Y Commissions to meet; PAC plans Xmas party • Response to WSSF is "disappointing;" Receipts total $350 • Critic hails "Angel Street" as vehicle for superb thespian dramatic acting • Hungarian to address Tuesday night Forum • Twelve to become Rosicrucians • Yule traditions dominate ensuing campus activities • Bloodmobile to be at Trinity church Thursday morning • 26 are accepted by local chapter of Pi Gamma Mu • "Cafe Pigalle" to return to gym Saturday night • Mary MacPherson chosen May Queen ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 20, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Alfred L. Creager, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Connie Zimmerman, Eugene A. Pascucci, Patricia Garrow, Janet Vart, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster Nov 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, November 20, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Alfred L. Creager, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Connie Zimmerman, Eugene A. Pascucci, Patricia Garrow, Janet Vart, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster

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14th "Messiah" will be given December 7th • Fifteen seniors honored with listing in annual publication of "Who's Who" • WSSF drive kindles much campus activity • Thespians to give psychological mystery, "Angel Street," December first and second • May Day petition deadline is Tuesday • Bloodmobile coming to Collegeville December 7 • Ruby group pictures to be taken after Thanksgiving • MSGA to seek vote on dorm amendment • Jones reads poems of Eliot to Tuesday night audience • Gillespie's orchestra to furnish music for December 8 Sunnybrook senior ball • Editorial: Spirit of Thanksgiving; Dorm government: Its meaning; Counsel for the councils • Frosberg has three-fold job ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 13, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Jane Hartzel, Robert Jordan, Jane Gulick, Mary Yost, Patricia Garrow, William U. Helfferich, Eugene A. Pascucci, Ford Bothwell, Paul M. Jones, Ralph Ziegler, Jeanne Stewart Nov 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, November 13, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Jane Hartzel, Robert Jordan, Jane Gulick, Mary Yost, Patricia Garrow, William U. Helfferich, Eugene A. Pascucci, Ford Bothwell, Paul M. Jones, Ralph Ziegler, Jeanne Stewart

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Fraternities fete, bid men during week of rushing • First movies of year, Little Men, Great Guns, to be shown on Friday • Debaters to oppose Swarthmore varsity • "Lantern" asks students for Fall issue material • Herbsleb to address IRC Tuesday on international law topic • Chi Alpha to meet Tuesday • 51'ers assume commercial name • Smith tells Forum of status of Britain in trade, economy • "Ruby" launches campaigns for photography and selling • Student authored, produced "Dusty Halo" receives plaudits • YM-YW conducts WSSF and toy-clothing drives • Harris stresses need of developing maturity in religious matters • Dorm at 724 Main wins spirit trophy • Sophs to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 6, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Susanne Deitz, Sally Canan, Eugene A. Pascucci, Roy Foster, Ford Bothwell, Patricia Garrow, Jean Leety Nov 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, November 6, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Susanne Deitz, Sally Canan, Eugene A. Pascucci, Roy Foster, Ford Bothwell, Patricia Garrow, Jean Leety

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Kunkel tells IRC forum conditions in Europe good • MSGA proposes dorm government; Will ask approval • Students hear Yost read Frost's poetry at Tuesday program • Popowich elected to MSGA • Englishman to discuss labor economy tonight • Record room opens • Newman Club to dine • Graf, Roberts get Curtain Club roles in "Angel Street" • Y Commission plans toy, clothing drive • Weekly adds seventeen to staff, nine freshmen • Como to give concert • Local sororities announce acceptance of 48 women • Wagner to speak Sunday at Trinity worship service • Rev. Harris to address Y association meeting • Juniors to choose heads of '52 Ruby during November • Approximately ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 30, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Mary Yost, Robert Jordan, William U. Helfferich, Ford Bothwell Oct 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, October 30, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Mary Yost, Robert Jordan, William U. Helfferich, Ford Bothwell

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Four fraternities institute rushing in first semester • Dr. Miller speaks to IRC on value of United Nations • Forum to present English economist next Monday night • Junior class to sponsor "Shipwreck Ball" Friday • Omwake goes to Virginia • Sportsmen meet in gym • Masquerade postponed • MSGA takes steps toward setting up dorm government • Discussion of domestic and political problems features rally • Sororities on campus open annual week of rushing • IRC to sponsor John C. Kunkel at open forum • Red Cross unit sets up five groups on campus • Philadelphia doctor presents program at pre-med meeting • Yost to present reading • Bud Buchanan is official doughnut-maker ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 23, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Mary Ann Simmendinger, Mary Yost, Jane Gulick, Robert Jordan, Eugene A. Pascucci, Ed Klein, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster, Linford Loesch Oct 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, October 23, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Mary Ann Simmendinger, Mary Yost, Jane Gulick, Robert Jordan, Eugene A. Pascucci, Ed Klein, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster, Linford Loesch

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Bears trounce Garnet for first victory, 35-14 • Campus group will sponsor political rally • IRC plans events for near future • YM-YW commission to discuss president's anti-red bill veto • Future teachers meet • Czech tells of red-occupied homeland to Bomberger Hall Forum audience • Group to organize unit of Red Cross • Senior class to sponsor masquerade Saturday • Clark, Deitch, Friedlin, and Maliken head freshman class • Congressman addresses Founders Day assembly • Curtain Club picks three members of "Angel Street" cast • Customs declared over by student councils • Phantasy reported in full rehearsal • Hundred and fifty girls attend annual junior-frosh breakfast • Editorial: Price of victory; Let ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 16, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Douglas Macmullan, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Donald Stauffer, Paul M. Jones, Ford Bothwell Oct 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, October 16, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Douglas Macmullan, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Donald Stauffer, Paul M. Jones, Ford Bothwell

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"Ruby" to give original show November 10 • Doctor to present pre-med program • Chi Alpha to discuss revision of pre-theo studies Tuesday • Lantern staff announced • Frosh present talent and variety show as highlight of new customs system • Sixty attend retreat at Camp Fernbrook • Men's Student Council revises customs, punishes offenders • College to confer degrees at annual Founders Day • Reception in gym to be inaugurated Old Timers Day • WAA organizes sales, discusses constitution • Czech exile to talk at Forum Tuesday • Gottshall named president of Beardwood Chemical Society • Dolman to present reading • Editorial: To be, or not to be - exemplary • Dr. Garrett ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 9, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Aubre M. Givler, Jean Heron, Ted Wenner, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster, Douglas Macmullan, Jeanne Stewart Oct 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, October 9, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Aubre M. Givler, Jean Heron, Ted Wenner, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster, Douglas Macmullan, Jeanne Stewart

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Thespians pick "Angel Street" as Fall play • French Club sees slides of France • Alpha Phi Omega frat opens second year of campus activity • UN delegate from India to speak Friday at Philadelphia forum • McConnell to speak at Founders' Day in Bomberger Hall • Sigma Rho formulates plans for 1950-51 terms • Y to conduct weekend retreat; Rally held Wednesday • Relax customs for frosh girls after stunt day • IRC hears speech on Chinese colleges • Four conferences held this Summer on Ursinus campus • Varsity Club to sponsor Old Timers' Day dance • Czech to speak at first Forum on October 17 • Curtain Club adopts use ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 2, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Susanne Deitz, Jane Gulick, Donald Stauffer, Paul M. Jones, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster Oct 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, October 2, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Susanne Deitz, Jane Gulick, Donald Stauffer, Paul M. Jones, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster

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B-listers roll up big 63-40 victory over Dean's team • Enrollment drops to 805; Freshmen number 197 • Pre-medders plan to present talks at their meetings • Co-editors of 1950 yearbook announce appointment of 13 department leaders • Japanese educator visits F. I. Sheeder and College • Y members clean recreation center • Curfew notice • Editor announces positions available on "Lantern" staff • Improper parkers served notice • Y schedules events for near future; Rally Wednesday • Thespians to hold reception Tuesday at Super House • Omwake leaves Ursinus to accept Virginia post • Robert Rosenberger confined to St. Joseph's Hospital, Reading • Veterans notices • New course offered • Editorial: Destiny ...