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The Ursinus Weekly, November 15, 1954, Roland Dedekind, George W. Pauff, David Garlich, Lee Lawhead, Dick Bowman Nov 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, November 15, 1954, Roland Dedekind, George W. Pauff, David Garlich, Lee Lawhead, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Honor systems investigated • FTA hears talk on business and youth • Important selective service regulations • Lantern staff adds member; First issue due in December • Big sisters hold party • "January 16th" case to begin; Murder, suicide cause of death? • Dr. Oblad addresses Beardwood Society • Rec center, Library MSGA problems; Constitution revision to be voted on • Forum enjoys talk; Trinidad is topic • Chi Alpha plans Christmas Candlelight Communion • French music treat tonight • Handel's Messiah to be presented December 2 • Observation on honor system plans • Freshmen men elect Redden, Blood to MSGA positions • Bears snag 4th; Topple Kingsmen 19-0: UC explodes in 2nd ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 8, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Hazel Okino, Carl Smith, Harold Smith, Loretta Marsella, David Garlich, George W. Pauff, Dick Bowman, Jack Townsend Nov 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, November 8, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Hazel Okino, Carl Smith, Harold Smith, Loretta Marsella, David Garlich, George W. Pauff, Dick Bowman, Jack Townsend

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. Lionel Mapp to speak at Ursinus forum Nov. 10 • WSGA announces party, election of representatives • Mr. T. Allen Glenn will speak at FTA meeting • Fraternity row • Seniors to elect Lord and Lady • KDK, Deltas plan clothing drive • Frosh elect class officers; Choose executive committee • "Fantasy in fire" theme of Friday night soph dance • WRC group plans trip to UN and Brooklyn College • Curtain Club cast seeks realism for annual Fall play • Jurors picked from audience for "Night of January 16th" • Newman Club members commune at St. Eleanor's • Looking and listening • Know your college • Deep passion • Student Union badly ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 1, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Ismar Schorsch, David Garlich, Carl Smith, George W. Pauff, Dick Bowman, Theodore Sholl Nov 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, November 1, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Ismar Schorsch, David Garlich, Carl Smith, George W. Pauff, Dick Bowman, Theodore Sholl

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA buys record player • Pre-medical society tours medical college • Mayberry completes course • Deltas present "Greditzia Moraine" to college • "Stardust" top song • "The Monkey's Paw" Group I production • U.S. Naval Reserve to visit Ursinus on November 17 • Naval aviation cadet program here, Nov. 15 • Dr. Lionel Mapp to speak on "Trinidad: Medical and ethnic" • Rabbi Schorsch speaks on religion • Wood sweeps Ursinus election by 64% • High school groups see campus, slides • Unique features in "Night of Jan. 16th" • Earle elected president of U.C. Canterbury Club • Beardwood meeting tonight; Dr. A.G. Oblad to speak • Sororities change rushing schedule ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 25, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Elizabeth Dolde, Ed Dawkins, George W. Pauff, Bob Ross, Lee Lawhead, Dick Bowman, H. Ralph Schumacher, Theodore Sholl Oct 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, October 25, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Elizabeth Dolde, Ed Dawkins, George W. Pauff, Bob Ross, Lee Lawhead, Dick Bowman, H. Ralph Schumacher, Theodore Sholl

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Mims Lawley crowned queen of Varsity Club homecoming • Chem. society tours refinery • Rabbi to address YM-YWCA • UC Messiah chorus largest in history • UC grad gains re-appointment • Curtain Club plans courtroom scene • Four Y commissioners plan program ideas • Rev. Gonser Founder's Day speaker; 5 degrees conferred • Who will U.C. put in power? • Concerts available to music group • Bible study class meets • 62 Ursinus students appear on evasive Dean's list • Truth about Stine? • Football holiday??? • Hazel strikes! • 24-hour call crew • Girl ex-leather-neck in South? • Lantern seeks to make its lamp brighter • Ursinus spirit and the freshmen • Hot off the ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 18, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Hazel Okino, Carl Smith, David Garlich, George W. Pauff, Dick Bowman, Theodore Sholl, Ann Wertz Oct 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, October 18, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Hazel Okino, Carl Smith, David Garlich, George W. Pauff, Dick Bowman, Theodore Sholl, Ann Wertz

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Hazel invades Y-retreat but festivities continue • Juniors next for pictures • Intramural debate to be held Friday • B.A. admission tests • Sorority rushing schedule set up by I-S Council • Guilty or not guilty answer to Jan. 16th • Old Timers' Day big day for alumni and students • Carl Smith FTAVP • Pre-legal to hold meeting • Politics and humor mix at first Ursinus Forum • MSGA holds open meeting • "Political situation in France" topic at French Club meeting • New Weekly series to start • Students attend Chi Alpha meeting: Aregood presides • Fraternities view prospects • Lantern adds 13 members • Abstractly speaking • Cheers for the substitutes • Dinner opens ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 11, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Carl Smith, David Garlich, George W. Pauff, Constance Cross, Louise White, H. Ralph Schumacher, Dick Bowman, Theodore Sholl, Jean Hain Oct 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, October 11, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Carl Smith, David Garlich, George W. Pauff, Constance Cross, Louise White, H. Ralph Schumacher, Dick Bowman, Theodore Sholl, Jean Hain

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

The "Night of January 16th" to be Curtain Club Fall play • Gayle Livingstone wins essay award • History Department starts "Bible study" group • Fraternity row • IRC invites students • Beemer, Ramsey get NR commission • WSGA classified Bermuda shorts • "God, our help in ages past" theme for weekend retreat • Chem. society opens term • "Y"'s plan for '54-'55 • FTA to hold first meeting • Forum on October 31st • Maples and Lynnewood have new preceptresses • Editorials • Cub and Key celebrate 15th anniversary • Debators campaign • Paolone sets '54-'55 MSGA in motion • P-T day • Band lays plans for Old Timers' Day • Maintenance men active • French ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 31, 1954, Roland Dedekind, William Stout, Floyd Fellows, Patricia Garrow, Mary Louise Killheffer, Dick Bowman, Albert Paolone May 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, May 31, 1954, Roland Dedekind, William Stout, Floyd Fellows, Patricia Garrow, Mary Louise Killheffer, Dick Bowman, Albert Paolone

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. A. A. Welsh delivers Baccalaureate sermon • Campus heads of 1954-1955 • Prizes awarded at alumni dinner • Beardwood ushers out prosperous year • Dorothy Ann Schulz named valedictorian of '54 class • Ursinus to send representatives to Y conference • Intramural re-cap of year • Dr. Hartzell to act as consultant on Britannica • Dr. G. P. Harnwell speaks at 84th commencement • Prizes awarded at commencement • Jean Hain to head '54 junior advisers • Dean's office releases Summer school classes • Editorials: Some light on the Lantern problems; Good luck, Class of 1954 • Letters to the editor • 1955 Ruby staffs chosen • Dr. McClure greets alumni back to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 17, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Mary Louise Killheffer, Ed Dawkins, Dick Bowman, Robert E. Armstrong May 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, May 17, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Mary Louise Killheffer, Ed Dawkins, Dick Bowman, Robert E. Armstrong

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Post poll day elections held • Curtain Club chooses '54-55 group leaders • Fine bowling old chap • Singley Music Club prexy • Rice lectures in Germany • Ron Fisher honored in paper • Y sponsored square dance • Harris new WAA prexy • Paolone to preside over '54-55 Ursinus MSGA • Could May Day be bettered with help? • Debaters to revel tonight at Lakeside • Chi Alpha picnic • Frankenfield new junior class treasurer • Editorials • "See a penny, pick it up" • UC dolls drub Bryn Mawr 28-1; JV batgals outhit Drexel 12-11 • Todd Hall's glorious past • Band: Myth to reality • Collegeville-Trappe story: Political set-up • Eshbach cuts 220 hurdle time ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 10, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Mary Louise Killheffer, Robert E. Armstrong, A. G. Kershner, Ed Dawkins, Dick Bowman, Floyd Fellows May 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, May 10, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Mary Louise Killheffer, Robert E. Armstrong, A. G. Kershner, Ed Dawkins, Dick Bowman, Floyd Fellows

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Political struggles decided at polls: Gene Greenburg heads Curtain Club for '55; Bill Stout named new Beardwood prexy; Class, MSGA contests feature close voting • Open scholarship winners announced • Five newcomers join Alpha Psi • Weekly editors interviewed • U.C. men may question aviation cadet team, Thursday • Y officers to be installed at special service Wednesday • Wright, Rack star in "The Man..." • Chi Alpha to plan picnic at special meeting Wed. • 4 sororities tell officers • Thursday night elections to end Music Club year • Vanderslice delegate to industrial council • Editorials • Letters to the editor • Coed with conflicts asks: "What are we to do ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 3, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Mizz Test, David Garlich, Marvin Rotman, Robert E. Armstrong, William T. Parsons, Marilyn Herrmann, Ismar Schorsch, Dick Bowman May 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, May 3, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Mizz Test, David Garlich, Marvin Rotman, Robert E. Armstrong, William T. Parsons, Marilyn Herrmann, Ismar Schorsch, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Jack Westerhoff elected assistant head waiter • Y officers begin duties at retreat • Honor system advances • Meistersingers present last scheduled concert • Tilton Barron to transfer to Clark Univ. • Pi Gamma Mu honors 11 with membership • The real "Man who came" • May Day festivities will be held this Saturday • Eugene P. Bertin spoke to F.T.A. • Dr. Rice presents model "O" train display in Library • Band will present twilight concert at Ursinus May Day • Rosicrucians elect officers for 1954-55 • Your obligation • Letter to the editor • Pre-med story • Average student • Professor says • Collegeville-Trappe story: Today • Batsmen still roll on glory road; Track ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 26, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Frank Brown, Marilyn Herrmann, Robert E. Armstrong, Alfred L. Creager, Louise White Apr 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, April 26, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Frank Brown, Marilyn Herrmann, Robert E. Armstrong, Alfred L. Creager, Louise White

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Class officer, MSGA petitions to start today • IRC delegates visit Alfred U. • Y retreat begins this weekend • Pre-med society sponsors advice for co-ed pre-meds • H. Smith elected '55 Lantern editor • Greek columns • Eugene P. Bentin to speak to FTA • Chi Alpha elects officers • Curtain Club elections to be held on May 3 • Fisher, Harris, Gillespie to lead WSGA, WAA, YW • Dr. Schoonover spoke; Moslem ideas, culture • U.C. debaters gain 14 wins, tie, drop 5 • Ethel Lutz elected pres. of Future Teachers • Beemer, German, Pasfield, McLaughlin U.C. bridge champs • "Kampus Karnival" a success • Spring play features comedy and confusion ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 12, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Joan Fisher, George W. Pauff, H. Lloyd Jones, Harold Smith, Ismar Schorsch, Constance Cross, Floyd Fellows Apr 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, April 12, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Joan Fisher, George W. Pauff, H. Lloyd Jones, Harold Smith, Ismar Schorsch, Constance Cross, Floyd Fellows

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

M. L. Williams' royal decision is May Pageant • Tour completed by Meistersingers • Spring concert will be "Music for you" • French clubbers to enjoy Proust readings, games, eats • U.C. alumnus "Rocky" Davis graduates from N.O.C.S. • May 6, 7, 8 Curtain Club comedy, "The Man who came to dinner" • Group 4 to give comedy "Friday for luck" April 13 • Dr. K. Schoonover to speak Wed. on Islamic culture • Shepard talks on medical illustration • Wright, Holcombe, Burns, Welsh head U.C. spirit group • Matlaga, How, Frankenfield elected '55 Y M officers • Band to present twilight concert this May Day ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 5, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Frank Brown, Marilyn Herrmann, Robert E. Armstrong, Constance Cross, Dick Bowman Apr 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, April 5, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Frank Brown, Marilyn Herrmann, Robert E. Armstrong, Constance Cross, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

May Day committees chosen; Pageant written but unnamed • WSGA, YMCA, WAA candidates picked • Greek columns • Dr. Ernest Wagner to address chemistry society tonight • 1954 Ruby show, "campus carnival" to be held Apr. 24 • Dawkins, Matlaga up for "Y" head • Debating team wins nine • Beardwood group host to ISC convention Saturday • Miss Jean Walker to visit Ursinus • Meistersingers to begin Spring tour today • April in Paris theme of soph dance in T-G gym Friday eve • MS-WSGA prepares honor system • Chi Alpha tours seminary • Willard Shepard to talk on medical illustrations • Summer session registration begins; Courses are listed • Opposites attract • One-act play ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 15, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, John Westerhoff, Joan Higgins, George W. Pauff, Roland Dedekind, Dick Bowman, Patricia Garrow Mar 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, March 15, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, John Westerhoff, Joan Higgins, George W. Pauff, Roland Dedekind, Dick Bowman, Patricia Garrow

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

John Canady addresses art seminar group • Ursinus to participate in cultural olympics at U. of P. • Cheating case reviewed by MSGA on Tuesday • Teacher problems outlined for FTA by Mrs. Swavely • Griffin, Mathewson star in group play • Lit readings postponed • "Civil liberties today" is discussed by Backrack • Women's Club to fete senior girls at coffee • University of Pennsylvania Band to give concert, Thursday • Editorials: Goodbye, my fancy • Exhibit in Library • Broadway tunes highlight WAA musical production • Dave Seay, Marshall Nixon tell of service hitches • Reporter clipped by barber of Brodbeck • Doctor tells symptoms of dread Spring fever disease • Gene ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 8, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Frank Brown, Marilyn Herrmann, Robert E. Armstrong Mar 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, March 8, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Frank Brown, Marilyn Herrmann, Robert E. Armstrong

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

WAA schedules musical revue Thursday night • AAUW holds program for senior women • West Chester STC group conducts vespers program • Greek columns • Roland Dedekind is "Weekly" editor; Killheffer named managing editor • Debating team has contest with Temple • U. of P. band will give concert here, March 18 • Dr. A. Rice reads Swedish works • Women's club plans "coffee" for senior girls • Dr. Bachrach to speak on civil liberties at forum • J. Canady speaks on impressionist art • Committee leaders announced for play • Conflicting schedule causes Group II to postpone play • Editorials: Information please • Letters to the editor • Thief of time • Group III ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 1, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, John Westerhoff, Christian De La Roche, Robert E. Armstrong, Ronald Fisher, George W. Pauff, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind, Marguerite Struth Mar 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, March 1, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, John Westerhoff, Christian De La Roche, Robert E. Armstrong, Ronald Fisher, George W. Pauff, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind, Marguerite Struth

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Helfferich tells causes of delay in Union work • U.C. Supply Store resumes full operation today • Ruby show to be presented • Band starts practice for Spring concert • Composition and technique discussed by Walter Hansen • Summer School to feature single session • U. of Penn band to present concert here • Dorthee von Miller to speak at AAUW program Wed. • Spring play cast revealed; Wright, Rack in lead roles • WSGA group holds meeting • John Canady to speak at seminar sessions • WAA will present variety show Mar. 11 • Dr. Allan Rice to present Scandinavian readings • Editorials: Support the Supply; Chinese controversy • Unusual campus rules ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 22, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Joanne Friedlin, Frank Brown, John Westerhoff, Robert E. Armstrong, Marvin Rotman, Ronald Fisher, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind Feb 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, February 22, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Joanne Friedlin, Frank Brown, John Westerhoff, Robert E. Armstrong, Marvin Rotman, Ronald Fisher, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Eighty-eight are on Dean's list first semester • W. Hansen, second seminar speaker • "Ruby" 2/3 completed; Class of '54 show, Mar. 5 • Price, court elected royalty for May Day • French Club sponsors movie; Will give play • Naval aviation cadet man to visit UC, tell of program • Ursinus quartet sings for Rotary's ladies night • Student exchange program, subject of forum, Wed. • Greek columns • Quinn discusses criteria for judging paintings • Mizz Test is play director • Pre-meds visit Phila. College of Osteopathy • AAUW will introduce its aims to senior women • Editorials: Expostulation and reply • Supply store: To be or not to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Priscilla Shinehouse, Marilyn Herrmann, David Garlich, John Westerhoff, Ronald Fisher, Marvin Rotman, George W. Pauff Feb 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Priscilla Shinehouse, Marilyn Herrmann, David Garlich, John Westerhoff, Ronald Fisher, Marvin Rotman, George W. Pauff

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Student exchange consultant will speak here, Wed. • Psychologist tells of work with children • Sororities to try different rushing policy • Groups II, III prepare for one-act plays in March • Fine arts seminar sponsored by "Y" to begin tonight • Godley relates tale of sunken treasure • Debating team to make first appearance, Feb. 17 • Mrs. Seth Bakes speaks at Color Day ceremonies • MSGA-WSGA to confer on Student Union • Spring play chosen; Try-outs start, Thurs. • Y cabinet retreat yields plans for second semester • Curator of Audubon shrine addresses YM-YWCA group • Editorials: Leave it to the girls! • "I know a man" • Grizzlies lose to Delaware ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 8, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Joan Fisher, John Westerhoff, Marvin Rotman, Robert E. Armstrong, Margaret Kelly, Joan Higgins, Harold Smith, Ed Dawkins, Dick Bowman, Patricia Garrow, Roland Dedekind Feb 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, February 8, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Joan Fisher, John Westerhoff, Marvin Rotman, Robert E. Armstrong, Margaret Kelly, Joan Higgins, Harold Smith, Ed Dawkins, Dick Bowman, Patricia Garrow, Roland Dedekind

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Central Comm. announces plans for May Day • Lorelei date set as Feb. 12 • Schools of Egypt, U.S. compared by education • Bridge tournament at U.C., Feb. 18 • Frosh-Soph hop theme for '54 is "Mardi Gras" • Meistersingers plan tour; Present first concert • Demonstration is planned for C.C. general meeting • Pre-meds sponsor hospital tours • Spaghetti, speaker, stunts at Y dinner Wednesday • "Ruby" nears completion; Shows promise at 1/3 mark • Forum features Irish lord; Godley to speak, Wed. • Reporter remarks on MSGA session • Second semester welcomes 23 to U.C. • Stevenson, Cross, Dawkins elected • U.C. Color Day Thursday; Mrs ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 11, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Bernard Orsini, Marilyn Herrmann, Charlie Kenney, Marvin Rotman, Robert E. Armstrong, Joan Higgins, Jean Austin, Roland Dedekind, Dick Bowman Jan 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, January 11, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Bernard Orsini, Marilyn Herrmann, Charlie Kenney, Marvin Rotman, Robert E. Armstrong, Joan Higgins, Jean Austin, Roland Dedekind, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA hears second case of cheating • Dr. James Martin is speaker at pre-med meeting • Dr. Garrett reads works of Proust • FTA hears talk by county school official • Alumni Office reports news of past graduates • Campus Chest reports total of $1,037.70 • F. W. Hankins is Bus. Ad. speaker • Baker, Miller debate on communist China in U.N. • Curtain Club schedules two one-act plays • French Club to discuss French art at next meeting • Greek columns • Editorials: Thanks, faculty • Recently announced engagements, pinnings • New Year's congratulations • Examinations open for government positions • Practice teacher recalls woes, joys of high school life ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 14, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Charlie Kenney, Marvin Rotman, Robert E. Armstrong, Joan Higgins, Harold Smith, Dick Bowman Dec 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, December 14, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Charlie Kenney, Marvin Rotman, Robert E. Armstrong, Joan Higgins, Harold Smith, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA-WSGA together, discuss U.C. honor system • Committee to pick Spring production • Senate hears complaints; Struth heads Booster Committee • MSGA warns men's dorms • Audience stirred by "Messiah," Thursday • Christmas Communion to be conducted by Chi Alpha • Morning watch services to be conducted this week by Y • Who's who honors twelve in Ursinus class of 1954 • Debating Team opens season at tournament • Zimmerman, Price are lord, lady of senior ball • Alpha Psi Omega initiates new members, Kuebler, Allen • Editorials: Christmas spirit; Resolutions for a happy New Year • Letters to the editor • No Christ this Christmas? • Ursinus to participate in ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 7, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Helen Gardner, John Westerhoff, Charlie Kenney, Marvin Rotman, Robert E. Armstrong, Elsie R. Belz, Harold Smith, Patricia Garrow, Ismar Schorsch, Dick Bowman Dec 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, December 7, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Helen Gardner, John Westerhoff, Charlie Kenney, Marvin Rotman, Robert E. Armstrong, Elsie R. Belz, Harold Smith, Patricia Garrow, Ismar Schorsch, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Prom to feature Johnny Austin, Sr. lord and lady • Wanamaker to give $1,000 scholarship • Sella resigns as senior prexy; Popowich unanimously chosen • Sixteenth "Messiah" performance to be held in Bomberger, Thursday • IRC to hear Chester Bowles at Bryn Mawr tonight • William S. Pettit named Dean of Ursinus College • MSGA hears student ideas at meeting • Raises revised by Stars and Players • Marge Merrifield wins hockey honor • Y plans party • Editorials: Honor at Ursinus; Maintenance mixup? • Cutting • Greek columns • Thespians present "All my sons"; Reviewer notes fine performances • Pledge reveals fun and difficulties of informal Ursinus sorority initiation • Dorms eagerly anticipate ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 16, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Mary Louise Killheffer, Marvin Rotman, Charlie Kenney, Joan Higgins, Hazel Okino, Bernard Orsini, Joan Fisher, Patricia Garrow, Ismar Schorsch, Art Ehlers Nov 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, November 16, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Mary Louise Killheffer, Marvin Rotman, Charlie Kenney, Joan Higgins, Hazel Okino, Bernard Orsini, Joan Fisher, Patricia Garrow, Ismar Schorsch, Art Ehlers

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Forum hears Norman Palmer talk on India • Honor system is MSGA topic at open discussion • U.C. group visits UN headquarters • "Messiah" features well-known soloists • Conditions in modern Austria revealed Monday by Thalburg • "No easy answer" seen by Chi Alpha Society • Faculty join students in show, Friday • Play polished by intense rehearsal • Music Club members attend harp concert • Dr. J. E. Wagner speaks, receives degree, Tuesday • High schools to tour campus • Doctors to appear at pre-med meeting • Dr. Yost presides at English lit reading • Pep talk on FTA affiliation given to campus members • Editorials: Education; Change in policy needed • Song ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 9, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, John Westerhoff, Patricia Garrow, Mildred Mistovich, Mary Louise Killheffer, Robert E. Armstrong, Ismar Schorsch, Dick Bowman Nov 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, November 9, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, John Westerhoff, Patricia Garrow, Mildred Mistovich, Mary Louise Killheffer, Robert E. Armstrong, Ismar Schorsch, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Palmer to speak on U.S. and India Wednesday night • Campus Chest opens contest • MSGA hears cheating case; WSGA meeting held Monday • A tradition dies, buried in snow • Newbury discusses Argentina in Ursinus class Wednesday • Barbershop quartet program postponed until November 13 • Group play deemed success by reviewer • Alumnus talks on anesthesia to pre-med society • "Shades of indigo" to be prom theme • Head of E. and R. Church is Founders Day speaker • IRC to hear guest speaker • Pledgees sign fraternity bids • "Helena's husband" is group II presentation • 1955 Ruby editors are Dedekind, Belz • Chem society hears talk on Laminar ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 2, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, David Garlich, Robert E. Armstrong, Joan Higgins, Barbara Kuebler, Harold Smith, Ismar Schorsch, Joseph Citrino, Patricia Garrow Nov 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, November 2, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, David Garlich, Robert E. Armstrong, Joan Higgins, Barbara Kuebler, Harold Smith, Ismar Schorsch, Joseph Citrino, Patricia Garrow

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Quartets to hold program Friday, Nov. 6 • Wagner to speak on Founders Day • Juniors to sponsor dance, "Penthouse serenade," Nov. 7 • Model S.C. held at Penn State • Fraternities continue rushing week activity • Group production will be given Tuesday night • Thirty-eight accept bids from sororities, Saturday • Dramatic play to be enacted by thespians • Bloodmobile will be at Ursinus, Nov. 3 • Big-little sister party to be held in rec center • SWC visits Salvation Army; Many attend vespers, Sunday • Executive committee elected by frosh to plan for class • Editorials: Rushing can be improved • Needed: Cash! • Letters to the editor • New preceptresses at ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 26, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Fred Menzel, Robert E. Armstrong, Joan Higgins, Dave Hallstrom, Jean Austin, Patricia Garrow, Katharine Hood, Dick Bowman, Ismar Schorsch Oct 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, October 26, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Fred Menzel, Robert E. Armstrong, Joan Higgins, Dave Hallstrom, Jean Austin, Patricia Garrow, Katharine Hood, Dick Bowman, Ismar Schorsch

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

British foreign policy is subject of Forum speaker • China collection now on display in Library • Trinity Church holds special student class • Sororities schedule rush week parties • PAC to sponsor bus trip to United Nations, Nov. 14 • Baby sitters made available to faculty for school events • Retreat yields extensive plans for Y activity • Junior class to hold dance November 7 • 1953 alumni news • Freshmen elect officers; Hummel named president • "All my sons" to be directed by Abramson • Cub and Key plans reunion • Alumnus receives appointment at Washington University • Tonsorial quartets to present program • Editorials: Do we want culture? • From scenery to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 19, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Margaret Kramer, Robert E. Armstrong, David Garlich, Elsie R. Belz, Barbara Olmo, Constance Cross, Ismar Schorsch, Patricia Garrow, Dick Bowman, Joseph Citrino, Katharine Hood Oct 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, October 19, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Margaret Kramer, Robert E. Armstrong, David Garlich, Elsie R. Belz, Barbara Olmo, Constance Cross, Ismar Schorsch, Patricia Garrow, Dick Bowman, Joseph Citrino, Katharine Hood

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Report to MSGA shows new delay of Student Union • Deedes opens Forum season • "Y" invites students to attend Fall retreat • Academic freedom is topic debated at fireside chats • Jones presents readings about academic life • Freshmen class leads enrollment with 201 members • Music Club plans extensive activities • Friedlin is chosen queen; Glenwood wins trophy • Foster, Ogren join faculty • WSGA discusses rules, activities • Greenberg, Test, Brown, Bergman win leads in "All my sons" • Editorials: For professors only • Save every drop • Engagements • Library exhibit • Pre-meders to visit Penn medical school • Chi Alpha plans program for year • YM-YWCA members visit Plymouth Friends' Meeting • Campus ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 12, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, John Westerhoff, Patricia Garrow, Joan Higgins, Robert E. Armstrong, Barbara Kuebler, Mary Lou Singer, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind, Ismar Schorsch, Joseph Citrino Oct 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, October 12, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, John Westerhoff, Patricia Garrow, Joan Higgins, Robert E. Armstrong, Barbara Kuebler, Mary Lou Singer, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind, Ismar Schorsch, Joseph Citrino

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Women's AA plan reception for freshmen • Student teachers discuss problems at doggie roast • Leaders elected by women of Day Study • Academic freedom topic of "chats" • Deedes to open Forum season with British foreign policy talk • Draft exams scheduled for Nov. 19, Apr. 22 • Pre-med group hears Dr. Benjamin Souders • Student council activity reviewed by reporters: MSGA announces report concerning Student Union; WSGA holds first meeting, social calendar arranged • String quartet to play this Sunday • Tryouts are held for "All my sons" • IRC will discuss aims of U.S. and Great Britain, Oct. 19 • Fraternities plan receptions as Old Timers ...


The Ursinus Weekly, June 1, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Robert E. Armstrong, Dick Bowman Jun 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, June 1, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Robert E. Armstrong, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. Shaffer is speaker at Baccalaureate • Alumni gather at meeting Saturday • Manning wins class honors; Owens second • Kaye speaks to graduates; Degrees, prizes awarded • Women elect dorm officers • Cub & Key names Kolp as president • Curtain Club names tentative group heads • Dedekind named "Lantern" editor • Six honored by Alpha Psi; New officers elected • Armstrong elected chairman of 1953-54 Spirit Committee • Ursinus graduate holds position in Iran • Editorials: Crowding and concentration • Engagements • Baseball season closes; Burger leads hitters • Softball team downs Temple • Drexel, Swarthmore upend tennis team • Court squads beat Temple • Alumni graduates from Institute for Foreign Trade • Married


The Ursinus Weekly, May 11, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Joanne Sherr, Joan Higgins, Robert E. Armstrong, Dick Bowman May 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, May 11, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Joanne Sherr, Joan Higgins, Robert E. Armstrong, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ed Abramson elected prexy by thespians • Spirit Committee to hold election • Ursinus debaters triumph over LaSalle team, on FEPC • J. Alfred Kaye to speak at commencement, June 1 • Clubs elect 1953-54 heads • Cast receives high praise for "Two blind mice" production • New Y cabinet installed Sunday; Dance planned • Day Study elections decide new officers • Ruth Reed is May queen; Crowned under sunny sky • Seniors win study awards • Quartets present program, Tuesday • MSGA elections to be held Tuesday • Career offer for grads • Freshmen women elect soph rulers; Nesta Lewis to head committee • Editorials: But who shall decide? • Letters to the editor ...