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The Ursinus Weekly, May 22, 1975, Ruth Von Kummer, Amy Judith Halbstein, Charles Reese, Richard Fair, Nancy Weatherwax, George Geist, Rich Mcintyre, Ann Weibezahl, Stephen Horstmann, Alan Stetler, Joseph Saraco, Cindy Poots, Sandra Gabrill May 1975

The Ursinus Weekly, May 22, 1975, Ruth Von Kummer, Amy Judith Halbstein, Charles Reese, Richard Fair, Nancy Weatherwax, George Geist, Rich Mcintyre, Ann Weibezahl, Stephen Horstmann, Alan Stetler, Joseph Saraco, Cindy Poots, Sandra Gabrill

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. Cope accepts history post at U. of Nebraska • Questionnaire summarized • UC faculty hears speaker from AAUP • U.C. Plans for Bicentennial • From the cluttered desk of the U.S.G.A. president • George Bause wins Scotland scholarship • Editorial: Last moments • Focus: Ms. Swanson • Wolsey Hall: British study • Alvarez attends seminar • Changes at library: Dr. Yost resigns post • Letters to the editor: Pets • Alumni elects • Intramural golf winners • Senior comments: Geoffery Higgins • Commencement • Earns degree • From the president • Cub and Key elects • Senior Spotlight: Dave McNamara • Reflections • Spring festival review • Study center success • New professors appointed • Ursinus bear squad • Volunteers ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 15, 1969, Alan Gold, Lynn Wollentin, Harvey Frankel, Bob Swarr, Michael Stoner, Jonathan Weaver, Paul Sautter, Jane Siegel, Judith Earle, Carol Martin, Allen Faaet, Rudi Herman, James Williams, Cris Crane, Greg Vanasse, David Sears, Marc Hauser May 1969

The Ursinus Weekly, May 15, 1969, Alan Gold, Lynn Wollentin, Harvey Frankel, Bob Swarr, Michael Stoner, Jonathan Weaver, Paul Sautter, Jane Siegel, Judith Earle, Carol Martin, Allen Faaet, Rudi Herman, James Williams, Cris Crane, Greg Vanasse, David Sears, Marc Hauser

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Student plea for relevance asserted at Skytop meeting • USGA endorses USC plan; Responsible assembly called - Mass meeting held; March called off • USC makes presentation to committee • "Travelin' II" smash hit; Tomlinson huge success • Dr. Cyrus Gordon discloses discovery • Editorials: Post mortem - Campus Chest; Agency dilemma • Focus: Chuck Williams • Letters to the editor • "Thieves' carnival" reviewed • Schnoll bridges gap • Faculty survey • The parent as a dropout - are campus riots your fault? • Opinion: "A fairy tale" • "Sleep away" • Polemic, Pt. 2 • The women who virtually run UC • Dress regulations • Ursinus in the springtime: a photographic essay • Dr. Ramsay to speak at banquet ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 23, 1968, Judy Schneider, Byron Jackson, Linda Richtmyre, Mort Kersey, Thomas Miller, Frederick Jacob, Sam Hartman May 1968

The Ursinus Weekly, May 23, 1968, Judy Schneider, Byron Jackson, Linda Richtmyre, Mort Kersey, Thomas Miller, Frederick Jacob, Sam Hartman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Helen Dix is elected Spring Festival Queen • Cartoonist Al Capp featured at Commencement exercises; Ledbetter at Baccalaureate • Alumni Day '68 welcomes grads; Drama featured • Barb Bruzgo wins in silver contest • Evening session added to '68 Summer school • Summer reading plan announced • Editorial: The losing battle • New art exhibit elicits criticism • Negro minister offers race problem solution • Hooray for Joshua Lyman • Judiciary Board amendment would eliminate weaknesses • The "illegalities" of Ursinus law • Admission of Negro girls provides difficult situation • New profs include economist, historian • SFARC minutes • Final exam schedule • Ursinus Thinclads go undefeated only to falter in championships: Baseballers lose to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 18, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Gene Searfoss, Byron Jackson, Janet Houska May 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, May 18, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Gene Searfoss, Byron Jackson, Janet Houska

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Barbie Grimm reigns as Queen • Governments unify; Constitution ratified • Debating Club offers promising future • Classes elect officers, maintain status quo • Hartzells, Staigers plan vacations • Editorial: Perhaps progress; U.C. goes Madison Avenue • What price, life? • A silent naked song • Letters to the editor • The language lab: How to make it work • Traditionally dry campus wet for I.F. weekend • New library to be constructed as part of building bonanza • The time has come to end the draft • Rite of Spring observed under benign influence • Rainouts hurt Bears, lose three games • Girls' net win, 3-2, evens year's mark • MAC records ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 4, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Gene Searfoss, Byron Jackson, John S. Picconi, Frederick Jacob May 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, May 4, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Gene Searfoss, Byron Jackson, John S. Picconi, Frederick Jacob

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

USGA constitution needs approval; Student referendum vote May 9 • Spring Festival features musical, play, concert • Agency concert to open Spring IF • Ursinus wins chem honors • Colorado downs UC team in first College Bowl match • COMSAF voices committee support • Behenna, Atkinson elected new YM-YWCA officers • Editorial • Letters to the editor • Southwestern is the scene for liberal intolerance • Intimacy • Campus Chest report • Marat-Sade shocks, edifies our reviewer • Coming attractions • Batsmen top Jays, extend log to 7-2 • Bears beat PMC, break loss streak • Spirit, balance rate Cindermen "great" label • JV lacrosse team tops Moravian, 8-4 • Girls' tennis team sweeps Moravian • Bearettes top Penn ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 9, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Susan U. Lynch May 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, May 9, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Susan U. Lynch

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Student governments to merge: Campus opinion favors merger; Next year seen as likely time • MSGA representatives announced: Elections held, merger or not • Pettit advises men on draft • Bang up job on Spring Festival • Campus Chest adds new charity • Editor reviews The Tender Trap • Editorial: But why merge? • Letters to the editor • Powerful scope atop Pfahler shoots moon, stars, planets: Students, faculty view galaxies millions of light years away • S-ball team swamps Penn; Loses to WC in 13 innings • Troster wins pair; Bears lose to Drexel • Women's tennis team splits 2 matches • UC thumps Albright, falls to Leb. Valley • New ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 25, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Mort Kersey, Gary Mcclellan Apr 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, April 25, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Mort Kersey, Gary Mcclellan

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Y off campus weekend food, parlay, fun • Spring festival leads announced for musical play • Student faculty show reveals hidden talents • Society honors S. Ross Doughty with scholarship • Seniors honored • Foreign service officer discusses possibilities of jobs overseas • Birth control panel discusses issues • 1966 orientation planned • Editorial: Apathetic students engarde • Weekly issue "a farce" • Frat officers find pledging "very important for all": Pledging masters, brothers defend old traditions • 942 Main, showplace of UC, dazzles still another applicant • Lacrosse team wins openers • Baseball team splits first six contests, but sports strong 3-1 league record • Track team boasts three early wins • Greek gleanings


The Ursinus Weekly, May 10, 1965, Franklin Irvin Sheeder Jr., Kathleen Harkins May 1965

The Ursinus Weekly, May 10, 1965, Franklin Irvin Sheeder Jr., Kathleen Harkins

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Spring Greek weekend "better than ever" • Dr. Pradervand speaks June 6 • Patterson Field becomes South Sea island paradise: Spring Festival a success • Bishop's Company presentation poses contemporary problems • Millers teach at War College • Summer session begins June 14 • Miss Blanche Schultz awarded national science grant • Variety theme of band concert • Editorial: The "wreck" room; IF weekend; Thanks • Herzog, the complex sufferer • Curtain Club production scores instant success • Letters to the editor • Women netters lose to Bryn Mawr • Tennis team upsets Wilkes • Softball team downs W. Chester • UC nine wins two: Routs PMC, splits with H'ford • Cindermen beaten twice ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 3, 1965, Franklin Irvin Sheeder Jr., Sue Hartenstine, Craig Heller, Linda Pyle, H. Lloyd Jones, Susan Tucker, Leslie Rudnyanszky, Frederick Light May 1965

The Ursinus Weekly, May 3, 1965, Franklin Irvin Sheeder Jr., Sue Hartenstine, Craig Heller, Linda Pyle, H. Lloyd Jones, Susan Tucker, Leslie Rudnyanszky, Frederick Light

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Y retreat emphasizes creation of ideal college • Stage set for Fenwickian mouse • Ferguson, Dawson report $1,700 for Campus Chest • Psych Club elects officers • Bishop's Players present "An enemy of the people" • Waiters' banquet • Starvation: Paradox of plenty • "Bali Ha'i" theme for annual Spring Festival • Active electioneering marks class elections • Editorial: MSGA election; UC traditions and manners • Letters to the editor • One language for the world • Nine overseas students enrolled at Ursinus • Admissions dilemma • Injured thinclads bow at PMC; Win triangular meet at Hopkins • UC nine wins two: Beat F&M, Lebanon Valley • UC girls drop match to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 1, 1965, Craig S. Hill, Helen Simmons, Franklin Irvin Sheeder Jr., John Bradley, Carlton Dingman, Karen Kohn Mar 1965

The Ursinus Weekly, March 1, 1965, Craig S. Hill, Helen Simmons, Franklin Irvin Sheeder Jr., John Bradley, Carlton Dingman, Karen Kohn

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Junior class extends invitation to Carousel: Al Raymond band at Sunnybrook • Pi Nu Epsilon sponsors annual Greek song fest • Students and faculty contribute to art show: Prizes awarded to varied entries in 3 day exhibit • Spring Festival adopts South Pacific theme, selects committees • WSGA plans to adopt a child • Students to dramatize "un-American" hearing • Collegeville coffee house provides weekend activity • Whitians greet scholastic women in biannual tea • Rushing, or - a puzzled frosh asks "Why am I so popular?" • Baseball season starts tomorrow • Editorial: Cheating • Frosh to receive colors in annual ceremony • Letters to the editor • Customs: Its development and its ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 4, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Dorothy Davis, Nancy Schlosser, Frank Caiola, William Lundgren, Candace Sprecher, Leslie Rudnyanszky, Karen Kohn, Constance Laughlin May 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, May 4, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Dorothy Davis, Nancy Schlosser, Frank Caiola, William Lundgren, Candace Sprecher, Leslie Rudnyanszky, Karen Kohn, Constance Laughlin

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

WSGA revises constitution: Women to ratify provisions May 13 • UC wins award for alumni support • Greeks greet the sun with party weekend: Lee Vincent, King Twig, Little Anthony and Earl-J break the bleak week • Spring Festival features weekend of activities: "Bye, bye Birdie" Saturday • Mr. Pennypacker staged by Curtain Club • Band concert • Meistersingers repeat Spring concert for UC • WAA election and activities • UC students hear final concert • Editorial: Our faculty • Live cheaply and die rich • Fifty years ago • Letters to the editor • Dickinson and Johns Hopkins bow to UC trackmen 89-62-11: Rogart, Cooper, Dunn and Gladstone smash school, meet and ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 20, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Connie Church, Kathlene Dolman, Charles Spencer, Candace Sprecher, William Lundgren, George Davis, Constance Laughlin Apr 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, April 20, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Connie Church, Kathlene Dolman, Charles Spencer, Candace Sprecher, William Lundgren, George Davis, Constance Laughlin

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

New Lost City Ramblers to close first concert season • Good organization and enthusiasm mark '64 Campus Chest drive: Over $1,500 collected for charity • "Y" to feature fun and discussion at Spring retreat • Spring Festival parts awarded • MSGA officers to be elected Tuesday; Cope and Wirth run for President • Otto Lee sees bright future for college grads • Mackey to speak on African tour • Sororities hold rushing parties • Editorial: Unlimited cutting • U.C. students visit Lincoln; African Negro strife discussed • APO closes books for Asia drive • Letters to the editor • $550 fine levied on book borrowed in 1929 • Next President: Goldwater ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 23, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, John Bradley, Carl F. Peek, Diana Wright, Craig Garner Mar 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, March 23, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, John Bradley, Carl F. Peek, Diana Wright, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Campus Chest activities will begin April 6th • Craig Hill named Weekly editor-in-chief; Bell, Bradley and Davis will head staffs • Nelson Bortz April 8 Forum guest speaker: Labor - management relations topic • Peek to study in Munich • Miller featured in Cuban program: TV appearance set on "Great Decisions," 1964 • Students and faculty enter benefit show: Talent and auction for Campus Chest • Spring Festival chairmen reveal plans for musical • Informal rush planned in April: Sorority parties • APO seeks funds for amplification system in gym • Students organize to fight against discrimination • Class of '67 sponsors coffee house dance • Editorial: Whatever we've done • Letters ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 16, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, John Bradley, James Hake, Mary Ann Wuenschel, Robert Livingston, Craig Garner Mar 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, March 16, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, John Bradley, James Hake, Mary Ann Wuenschel, Robert Livingston, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Campus Chest set to begin April 6: Shorb and Riley Committee heads • Concert season begun by UC Meistersingers: Group will tour New York state • Noss, theologian & author, will speak here Wednesday • History students will hear Bohl at Wednesday tea • Jeanne Dawson crowned prom queen; Cub and Key taps seven junior men • Three co-eds make US lacrosse team: Great Britain scene of games • Mass meeting of students planned for Wednesday • Group organizes fund campaign; Will defray cost for Ursinus girls on lacrosse team • WSGA approves rule change • Ursinus receives Gulf Oil grant • Psychology Club officers elected • Editorial: Don't walk on that grass; Compulsion won't do it • Journalism grants available • Charles I trial topic of Forum • Letters to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 13, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Carol De Silva, Cynthia Swan, Carl F. Peek, Stuart Glasby, Cheryl Siegal May 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, May 13, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Carol De Silva, Cynthia Swan, Carl F. Peek, Stuart Glasby, Cheryl Siegal

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Bears annex first MAC championship • Cold weather doesn't freeze "Mississippi mud" • Senior show slated for May 16 • Sir George Thomson, famed physicist, to speak at Commencement exercises • Joyce Maloney wins title of Miss Montgomery County • Registration open for Summer school • Angelo Cutone, custodian, plans return to Italy • Pre-med society selects officers • Music Club names 1963-64 officers • Shinnick, Kelly, Gould elected class presidents • Whitians elect 1963-64 leaders • Dr. Steere urges understanding • Peggy Cooper new head cheerleader • GOP elects officers • New officers • As Helfferich leaves Girard Trust • Greek gleanings • UC Band presents Spring concert • Minutes of MSGA • Tibetan lamas • Fine casting ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 6, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Lynn Martin, Craig Garner May 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, May 6, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Lynn Martin, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Report submitted by 1963-64 Women's Customs Committee • Proctors named for coming year • Fred Yocum and Dr. Zucker to represent UC in June "Y" conference • Debating Club to present "mock" College Bowl • Douglas Steere to speak in expanded Forum Wednesday • Sophs & new frosh receive required Summer reading • Spring Festival weekend May 10-11; "The staring match" begins activities • Dr. Wagner plied by students in 3rd Controversy • Bob Larzelere elected to head Men's Customs next year • Tibetan lamas to visit Ursinus • Letters to the editor • It's all over • Greek gleanings • Whistlestops final step in Spring rushing • Pre-med society hears Dr. Cochran • Mike Bernstein receives honors • Nominations made for class officers • UC ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 4, 1963, John B. Piston, Lynn Martin, Frederic Yocum, Carl F. Peek, Barbara Gettys, John Travis, Craig Garner, Dennis Wilson Sr., Carol Taney Mar 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, March 4, 1963, John B. Piston, Lynn Martin, Frederic Yocum, Carl F. Peek, Barbara Gettys, John Travis, Craig Garner, Dennis Wilson Sr., Carol Taney

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Campus Chest drive begins with $2000 goal: Bitsy Lamberton and Bill Graver co-chairmen of Ursinus' two-week appeal to aid 4 charities • Student opinion poll indicates need for extended library hours • Pi Nu initiates ten • Taxation to be topic of panel Wednesday • Sororities plan open parties for interested coeds • Sample student comments selected from "Weekly"'s library survey • 45 Meistersingers to go on tour • UC chapter of ICG to host region convention Saturday • Fullam & Swann elected to MSGA • Pre-medicals hear endocrine talk • Class representatives selected for 1963 Spring Festival court • Ash Wednesday service held by "Y" last week • Zucker to join choir in Carnegie concert • Final student concert to be given tonight • Mike Reed places in L&M contest • Editorial: Improving with time; "Quite an education" • Campus song "Red, old gold & black" written in 1899 by music director • Letters to the editor • Dry humor, awareness of life reflect Gustavson's personality • Cagers end year with 90-84 win over Pharmacy • Drexel deals UC 24-7 mat defeat • Wrestlers cop 7th place in MACs; Dick Dean regains 147-pound title • Women cagers edge Stroudsburg • Intramural story • Greek gleanings


The Ursinus Weekly, February 25, 1963, John B. Piston, Robert Livingston, Lynn Martin, Carl F. Peek, John Travis, Craig Garner Feb 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, February 25, 1963, John B. Piston, Robert Livingston, Lynn Martin, Carl F. Peek, John Travis, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

1962 "Messiah" recording delivered to White House by UC delegation • Young Republicans hear Staudinger on reapportionment • Changes sought in WSGA rules • Mayer tells audience communism's faults • G. Dolman to speak at Methacton High seminar • Sears presents grant of $750 to Ursinus • 1962 Campus Chest begins next week • Half of students get financial aid • Dr. Creager author of 3 religious works • Sororities and fraternities pledge new members as Spring rushing ends • Spring Festival planning underway; Grace Folwell elected queen of court • Staiger gives lecture at Villanova seminar • Only 35 students donate blood • Drew's Michalson gives lecture on existentialism • New ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 21, 1962, John B. Piston, Carol Bull, Maynard Boyd, William Daggett, Nancy Worden, Barbara Gettys May 1962

The Ursinus Weekly, May 21, 1962, John B. Piston, Carol Bull, Maynard Boyd, William Daggett, Nancy Worden, Barbara Gettys

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Greatest track team in UC history posts laudable 7-3 season record • Kummler and UC share Ford grant • Records, demonstrations highlight jazz seminar • Election results • Pre-medicals hear Bucher at banquet • Evans & Dillin cop "Y" scholarships • Heber will head '62-'63 junior adviser program • Pol sci drama set for Tuesday with Curtain Club aid • Bednarik speaker at varsity dinner • Directors lament Lauer's passing • Atomic energy council grant establishes radioactivity labs • Campus sportsmen host recent clinic for "pro" fellows • New cheerleaders chosen for squad • "509 Girls" cast lauded as superb • Editorial: Ill will over room drawings • Hudnut's unrest, individuality mark rare ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 7, 1962, John B. Piston, Karen Entrekin, Roy Christman, Suzanne Brungart, Lore Hamilton, Craig Garner May 1962

The Ursinus Weekly, May 7, 1962, John B. Piston, Karen Entrekin, Roy Christman, Suzanne Brungart, Lore Hamilton, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Curtain Club's "The Girls in 509" scheduled Friday and Saturday • Fraser & Dingman selected head soph rulers to enliven '62 frosh customs program • Canterbury Club features speaker, CBS church film • Awards highlight waiters' banquet • Dennis recovering from heart attack • Moyer attends ISC meeting at E-town • World traveler slated to address IRC tonight • "Yippee-i-o" theme of Spring Festival featuring queen, festivities Saturday • Campus politicers reconcile riffs at annual banquet • Hudnut & students plan jazz seminar • Cub & Key Society meets at Staigers • Editorial: Beauty versus popularity; Turning the tables • "Shenanigan '62" senior show theme • Dozing technique requires practice • Sesquicentennial fetes continue in nearby Norristown • Obscurity, neglect & confusion mark UC's undeveloped "college museum" • Tennismen win over LaSalle, drop PMC heartbreaker • Lacrossers swamp West Chesterettes • Baseballers smash Haverford, F&M, lose to E-Towners • Trackmen trounce PMC & Dickinson, upset by Hopkins • UC & West Chester swap wins to open softball season • Greek gleanings


The Ursinus Weekly, February 26, 1962, John Swinton, Robin L. Stevenson, Cynthia Morris, Gerald Morita, Dennis Wilson Sr. Feb 1962

The Ursinus Weekly, February 26, 1962, John Swinton, Robin L. Stevenson, Cynthia Morris, Gerald Morita, Dennis Wilson Sr.

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Jean Dillin wins Weekly contest • Sororities welcome 14 new members; 43 men accept frat bids this afternoon • Beardwood chemistry club hears Dr. Levie Van Dam • Two Ursinus women offer Summer teaching position on Indian reservations • Colors presented to new UC women • Patti Whittick elected May queen; JoAnn Lewis unopposed May manager • Philadelphia rabbi participates in religious emphasis week • Charities chosen for Campus Chest • Wire manufacturer appears for ACES • Student teachers hear C-T principal • Clinic Day "unqualified success" • Editorial: Dual roles • Lycoming College to hold music fete • Ursinus in the past • Pearson, Williams named WSGA, WAA representatives • Cabinet of "Y" receives ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 8, 1961, John Swinton, F. Donald Zucker, Robin L. Stevenson, Gerald Morita May 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, May 8, 1961, John Swinton, F. Donald Zucker, Robin L. Stevenson, Gerald Morita

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Mr. Barry's etchings" Curtain Club offering • MSGA discusses open meetings with Moll at helm • Professor calls John Birch Society "insult to American good sense" • Spring Festival plans complete: Fete boasts queen, "Big city" dances; Men now included • Ursinus' festival queen plans August wedding • Group enlists aid of Ursinus seniors for career study • Rosenbaum, Mast, Reckard vie for pre-med lead • Juniors elect Griffin to third term; Feldstein, Shinnick lead sophs, frosh • Editorial: Ursinus girls, beasts or beauties?; Potential comebacks • Letters to the editor • Ursinus in the past • Chapel commentary • Red, gold & black hurting on cinders despite Saturday's tri-meet victory • Racqueteers slash three foes; Even record in one week • Schaal handcuffs Haverford; But ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 24, 1961, John Swinton, Anne Mendelson, Robin L. Stevenson, Bill Pratt, Catherine A. Nicolai, Gerald Morita, Craig Garner, Holland Fitts, Gail Ford Apr 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, April 24, 1961, John Swinton, Anne Mendelson, Robin L. Stevenson, Bill Pratt, Catherine A. Nicolai, Gerald Morita, Craig Garner, Holland Fitts, Gail Ford

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Y retreat format includes rustic setting, square dance • Six students join ICG Conference; Bogel a nominee • Church secretary to speak in chapel • Dean Rothenberger lists women's dorm officers • May 5-7 heralds Greek weekend: Buddy Morrow's orchestra opens weekend of dancing, sports, picnics • Curtis Ensemble well received here; Plays difficult pieces proficiently • Juniors ask "Ruby" Summer delivery • College chaplain "haiku" authority • Mayes, Moll seek MSGA prexy post • Schellhase announces alumni Spring seminar • Editorial: Curtis String Quartet; MSGA's jurisdiction • Ursinus in the past • Vigil at Fort Detrick • "Red China: Whence and whither" • Chapel commentary • It's Morgan again; Miler ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 20, 1961, Catherine A. Nicolai, Gail Ford, Bill Pratt, Holland Fitts, John B. Piston, John Swinton, Gayle Gordinier, Gerald Morita Mar 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, March 20, 1961, Catherine A. Nicolai, Gail Ford, Bill Pratt, Holland Fitts, John B. Piston, John Swinton, Gayle Gordinier, Gerald Morita

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Peiffer is prom queen; Cub & Key taps 5 men • Men urged to take April SSCQ tests • "A pair of lunatics," Curtain Club offering • YWCA worker to speak Monday in Paisley Hall • French Club attends "Comedie Francaise" • Brownback-Anders hears Ben Hauser, Jeff med student • Bogel wins two posts at meeting • Carolyn Boyer elected into Stars and Players • Ed Myers wins SPSEA regional presidential post • Festival concessions encouraged by WSGA • Students sought for jobs in amusement parks • John Swinton is named as new "Weekly" editor • Holl to address Young Republicans • Campus Chest figures released • Four seniors placed as high school teachers • Officer ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 13, 1961, Catherine A. Nicolai, William Mast, Richard F. Levine, John B. Piston, John Swinton, Gerald Morita Mar 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, March 13, 1961, Catherine A. Nicolai, William Mast, Richard F. Levine, John B. Piston, John Swinton, Gerald Morita

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

U.N. official speaks on Africa • Aviation team to visit; Group on campus Mar. 22 • Two frosh girls complete Spring Festival court • Committee set up to plan first Parents Day • State Department seeks people for jobs • "Mr. Barrie's etchings" chosen as Spring play • Listings for March job interviews are posted • Ursinus to host SPSEA convention on Sat., March 18 • WAA investigates insurance plan • Music fraternity invites three people to join • CAC to present second music night on March 18 • "Archaeology & the Bible" topic of Wed. Y program • Two one-act plays offered in Phila. • Four seniors accepted for teaching positions • Annual "Weekly" banquet to be held on Thursday • Business Club plans visit to Vic Chemical • Editorial: An unfortunate situation • Letters to the editor • Pleasure and the hedonists • Mistake of the misfits • Reviews: Senior show; Just how mad can you be? • Dryfoos elected to ASCD 1st team • Mermaids down Chestnut Hill • Alpha Phi Epsilon ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 6, 1961, Catherine A. Nicolai, Robert Barrow, Brenda Theisz, Richard F. Levine, Gerald Morita, John B. Piston, John Swinton Mar 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, March 6, 1961, Catherine A. Nicolai, Robert Barrow, Brenda Theisz, Richard F. Levine, Gerald Morita, John B. Piston, John Swinton

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. Wieschoff to address forum on Africa and U.N. • Men urged to take April SSCQ tests • Two Ursinus girls attend conference • Placement director announces placements • Listings for March job interviews is posted • Dr. Stanley Blainton to address Chi Alpha • WSGA to present china demonstration March 11 • English Club to meet, discuss modern poetry • Three women sign bids to join sororities • U.C. students and profs attend tour in Washington • Y commissions to meet on Wednesday, March 8; To explain activities • Charity drive ends on Friday night at annual show • J.A. Thomson addresses annual history tea on "Crusaders' castles ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 27, 1961, Catherine A. Nicolai, Bill Pratt, Gail Ford, John B. Piston, Robin L. Stevenson, Gerald Morita, Ted Wilf Feb 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, February 27, 1961, Catherine A. Nicolai, Bill Pratt, Gail Ford, John B. Piston, Robin L. Stevenson, Gerald Morita, Ted Wilf

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Student-faculty show to climax charity drive • ICG holds banquet at Immaculata • Dr. Elmer H. Funk addresses students • Power lines snap, disrupt campus • YM-YWCA plans fireside chats, first will be held on March 1 • Jun Kawashima addresses PSEA on Japan's education • WSGA plans two demonstrations • Meistersingers open season at Faith Church • Frosh girls, reps receive colors on February 23 • U.C. students dine with Republicans • AF recruiter offers ACPP applications • International Relations Club to hear speaker on Finland • Joan Meszaros elected Spring Festival queen • Jazz festival in Fla. over recess • Placement Office posts job listing • Newman Club to hold next ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 20, 1961, Catherine A. Nicolai, Marion G. Spangler, Robin L. Stevenson, Gail Ford, Garfield Sieber Pancoast, Gerald Morita Feb 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, February 20, 1961, Catherine A. Nicolai, Marion G. Spangler, Robin L. Stevenson, Gail Ford, Garfield Sieber Pancoast, Gerald Morita

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Campus Chest drive is begun today at noon • Annual Color Day to be on Feb. 23 • Summer job directory now in Placement Office • Mr. J. A. Thomson to address history tea • Mr. Jones to talk on John Donne at Canterbury meeting Feb. 27 • St. Andrew's to select candidate for scholarship • Leeds and Fischer discuss Frost • Women requested to wear hats to church on Sunday • Dr. Miller wins Fulbright award for stay in India • Betty Heale to be on magazine board • Bloodmobile to be at U.C. on Feb. 21 at 12:30 • Habgood is Lorelei king; Announce new Whitians ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 13, 1961, Catherine A. Nicolai, Gail Ford, John Swinton, Robin L. Stevenson, David Williams, D. Newcombe, John B. Piston, Cynthia Morris, Susan Korte, Gerald Morita, Marion G. Spangler Feb 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, February 13, 1961, Catherine A. Nicolai, Gail Ford, John Swinton, Robin L. Stevenson, David Williams, D. Newcombe, John B. Piston, Cynthia Morris, Susan Korte, Gerald Morita, Marion G. Spangler

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Jun Kawashima to study at U.C. this semester • Cub and Key asks junior men to apply • Dr. G. S. Pancoast seeks State Assembly position • Dr. Miller begins new TV series on WFIL-TV • Mrs. Rice addresses Collegeville club on Swedish decor • IRC Club to participate in Model UN meeting in N.Y. • Art museum presents series of art programs • Pancoast, Sanders appear on radio; Discuss politics • Spring Festival replaces May Day • Mr. H. Lloyd Jones helps plan conference at Lafayette College • Mr. Jordania to play his own piano pieces for French Club • Rev. Mrs. Kriebel will speak at annual Color ...