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1963

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The Ursinus Weekly, December 16, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, Craig Garner, Robert Livingston Dec 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, December 16, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, Craig Garner, Robert Livingston

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Folksingers to begin New Year social calendar • Jewish students celebrate holiday • Christmas spirit brightens campus • Super House plans for annual party • Annual WSGA fete takes on changes • Christmas dance promises surprise, Santa and fun • Greek Christmas at Ursinus: Orphans' parties • Wed.: Carols, Communion and Christmas spirit • MSGA to hold banquet Thursday • Christmas week activity agenda • Open house held at Clamer Hall • WSGA gets rule change approval • Editorial: "We wish you a merry Christmas;" Festive week, not so festive • Performance of "Messiah" rated unique in its perfection • English Club at Yosts' Sunday • Drinking topic of Kaffee Klatsch • Y seeks faculty, student ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 9, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Sue Yost, F. Donald Zucker, Craig Garner Dec 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, December 9, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Sue Yost, F. Donald Zucker, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ten Ursinus students named to Who's who • Mrs. Randall, 942 resident head, dies Saturday • UC Circle holds Christmas party • College Bowl team prepares for meet • J. A. Minnich attends seminar • "Breeches Bible" used at vespers • Handel's Messiah to be given at UC; 26th annual concert set for Dec. 12 • PSEA to hear talk on testing • Notes on the WSGA • Barnhouse of TV 10 speaks • Design for Living program Tuesday night • Editorial: Curtain Club meets the challenge; Constitutional controls viewed • Reaction from abroad: Stockholm; Tokyo • Letters to the editor • Dear Wormwood: Theatre in the round a success at UC ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 18, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Barbara Gettys, Carlton Dingman, Carl F. Peek, Craig Garner Nov 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, November 18, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Barbara Gettys, Carlton Dingman, Carl F. Peek, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Background information for theatre in the round given • Evening School serving 628 • Soviet youth will speak November 21 • Young Republicans begin to roll • Discussion of US - Mid East relations Wed. • Senior Ball set for Friday; Southern plantation theme • Priest to talk on Neo-Catholicism • Study abroad in Vienna, Freiburg, Paris for 1 year • MSGA provides bus to Lebanon Valley game • Peace Corps official to be on campus Tuesday • Federal aid to education debate presented to PSEA • St. Gabriel's tour November 19; More volunteers needed • "Weekly" editors to hear Scranton • UC debating team to go to Temple • Editorial: As usual; WSGA ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 11, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, David J. Phillips, Lynn Martin, Jeanne Roosen, Carl F. Peek, Andy Sullivan, Craig Garner Nov 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, November 11, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, David J. Phillips, Lynn Martin, Jeanne Roosen, Carl F. Peek, Andy Sullivan, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Carol Heber, Homecoming queen; Emmert receives Walker trophy • Catherine Drinker Bowen to be guest speaker at Forum • WSGA meeting set for Sunday • Past UC speaker in protest against Mme. Nhu before fall of regime • Volunteers for St. Gabriels to meet Tuesday • Alumni contribute $220,000 to Centennial Fund • Student rumor clarified • 17 men go Greek in Fall rushing • AAUW discusses community college • Professor chief editor of new publication • Ursinus gets portrait of Henry T. Spangler • Folksing begins weekend • MSGA sponsors bus to next game • Editorial: Women, it's now or never; Kaffee Klatsch; Complaint for complaint's sake? • Have you ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 4, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, Cheryl Siegal Nov 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, November 4, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, Cheryl Siegal

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Speech by local leader highlights Founders Day • AAUW to meet on Ursinus campus • Dr. Robert Howard named to Who's who • 40 music lovers to hear concert • Quaker journalist to present lecture on Cuban visit • Election of queen to begin Homecoming festivities • "Peace pilgrim" visits campus • Improved Lantern planned by editors • Folk singer to appear at UC Friday night • IFC plans party as Homecoming opener • Summer reading sessions end • New officer to present Wave program Nov. 7 • Items from abroad • Letters to the editor • Foreign students give views of US • Main Line Symphony announces guest soloist • "Dear Wormwood" cast in ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 21, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Darlene Miller, Robert Larzelere, Carl F. Peek, Betteanne Moore, Susan Bell, Craig Garner Oct 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, October 21, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Darlene Miller, Robert Larzelere, Carl F. Peek, Betteanne Moore, Susan Bell, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Cry the beloved country" to be given at UC Wednesday • Dean Rothenberger in Who's who of American women • Ursinus College is dinner host to 200 neighbors • College Bowl team selected by test • Report from the women's customs committee • 1963 men's customs report • Lantern seeks literary works • Soph bazaar, hop set for Nov. 2 • Spirit Committee plans cheering section • Romaine to lead freshmen; Banquet, dance follow election • Summer projects pre-medders topic • IRC plans first meeting • Editorial: College Bowl team; UC hootenanny • E. Blake on the summer of revolt • Letters to the editor • Parents Day, 1963 • Young Republicans plan ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 20, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Stuart Glasby, Bryan Long, Carl F. Peek, Craig Garner May 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, May 20, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Stuart Glasby, Bryan Long, Carl F. Peek, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Pi Gamma Mu initiates new members tonight • Curtis defeated in Mock College Bowl program • New plans for Design for Living • Delta Pi pledge class completes project • Big-little sister program receives strong support • 1963 Parents Day planning begins • Afternoon recital • Reverend Frank Reynolds to be Baccalaureate preacher • Supply evening hours under question • Nine and one in '63 and prospects even brighter • New Color Guard members selected • Editorial: In retrospect • Greek gleanings • Letters to the editor • Students make final preparations for European travel • WSGA minutes • Hitting sour against Lehigh; Pitching wilts against Moravian • Cindermen close greatest season • Dick Dean named outstanding senior ...


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

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

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, April 29, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, Craig Garner Apr 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, April 29, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Meeting on MSGA report draws strong student-faculty interest • Meistersingers to present concert after successful Ohio tour • Shorb and Riley to head 1964 Campus Chest • D. L. Helfferich retires as Girard-Corn Bank official • "Y" officers name cabinet heads • Petitions for class officers in circulation • Women elect '63-64 dormitory officers • IF-IS weekend marks climax to groups' social calendars • Curtain Club to meet Wednesday • Spirit Committee elects officers • Men elect Frank Stratton president of MSGA • Editorial: On cliches • Letters to the editor • WAA officers • "Is church union important?" topic of Wednesday's Forum • Inter-collegiate bike racing starts • Students retreat to Mensch Mill for ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 22, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Craig Garner Apr 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, April 22, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Women elect WSGA officers in third election • Ed Myers to head state PSEA • Campus Chest: Why it failed • UC Meistersingers to sing in Lewisville, Ohio tonight • Wahpeton sends travel funds for volunteers • MSGA elections in process: Kohr, Stratton run for president; Council elected • Spring Y-retreat April 26, 27, 28 • MSGA presents annual report to campus; Proposals listed • Fraternities and sororities plan Greek weekend • F. Yocum elected Penna. state YMCA president • Greek gleanings • N. Branden to speak on Rand at Drexel Institute • Letters to the editor • Dr. Eugene Carson Blake to speak on church unification • Soph weekend • Antigone rated success • Reading ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 8, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, Craig Garner Apr 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, April 8, 1963, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

James Farmer, Freedom Rider, to speak at Forum • Lippy and Boslers to make TV debut • Delta Pi Sigma pledges to raise money for 8 page Weekly • Sophs plan weekend • Chem Society showing film of Glenn's flight • Campus Chest failure • Volunteers needed for Indian school • Carol Heber queen of Junior Prom; Seven Cub & Key members tapped • Bachelor of business administration now available in Evening School • WSGA elections April 10 • Letters to the editor • WAA elections April 10 • Ursinus to offer geology in first Saturday class • Students hear speaker on UN • Student rates for Ugo Betti play • Dr. R. Schellhase to show slides • Ron Pile & Demas big winners • Bible Fellowship to hear speakers • Students elect Joan Kleinhoff and George Rutledge YW-YMCA presidents • Discipline • Registration begins April 29 • Intramural volleyball • Phoenixville pastors to hear Rev. R. T. Schellhase • Greek tragedy to be presented • Greek gleanings • Students to accompany Dr. Armstrong on European Travel Seminar • Dr. Owen Belmont heard by pre-meds • 100 chemistry teachers hold session at Ursinus • Schaal hurls UC 7-1 Dickinson win; Bears edge Albright behind Geesaman • Mermaids post winning season • Varsity hockey team honored by Helfferichs • Dryfoos to head MAC second team • Badminton finishes winning season • Trackmen host Fords Wednesday • Women begin softball • Lacrosse team starts season


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, February 18, 1963, John B. Piston, Mary Auer, Jane Smith, Sharon E. Robbins, Lynn Martin, Carlton Dingman, Carl F. Peek, Frederic Yocum, Dennis Wilson Sr. Feb 1963

The Ursinus Weekly, February 18, 1963, John B. Piston, Mary Auer, Jane Smith, Sharon E. Robbins, Lynn Martin, Carlton Dingman, Carl F. Peek, Frederic Yocum, Dennis Wilson Sr.

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Huge turnout attends Lorelei held Friday night at Sunnybrook • Ursinus recipient of $4,000 DuPont grant • PSEA hears talk on punishment • Blood circulation in bats topic of pre-med lecture • VP Wagner attends seminary convocation • UC delegation leaves for Washington to present Mrs. Kennedy with special recording of Messiah • Bloodmobile visit slated Wednesday • Communism topic of Forum speaker • Course in Esperanto to be offered by Rice • Annual Color Day set for Thursday • Noted theologian to discuss existentialism on Wednesday • Organ concert set for Thursday • Ineligibility claims 105 students; Dr. Fletcher analyzes reasons • Career conference held with representatives of various businesses • Alumni ...