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1952

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The Ursinus Weekly, November 17, 1952, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Helen Gardner, Ivy Leaman, Evelyn Scharf, Robert E. Armstrong, John Osborne, Cheryl Mirgain, Patricia Garrow, Ted Wenner, Dick Guldin, Dick Bowman Nov 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, November 17, 1952, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Helen Gardner, Ivy Leaman, Evelyn Scharf, Robert E. Armstrong, John Osborne, Cheryl Mirgain, Patricia Garrow, Ted Wenner, Dick Guldin, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Faculty show is considered huge success • Dean addresses freshman class • Bus. Ad. Club sponsors debate on current economic issues • Y cabinet hears program plans of commissions • Dorm reps chosen to sell yearbooks • Speaker explains international bank • 11 articles, three books left in lost and found department • Ruby to give show on Friday • Benefit fashion show enjoyed by audience • I.R.C. attends model U.N. • Chest Drive opens today; $1300 set as final goal • Two Messiah soloists chosen • Lord to speak at Forum on November 25 • Freshmen petition to give breakage fees to Union • Rev. James tells "What on earth ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 3, 1952, Sarah Canan, Ralph Sternberg, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Joan Higgins, Helen Lightfoot, Helen Yost, Sallie Lumis, Ted Wenner, Patricia Garrow, Katharine Hood, Dick Bowman Nov 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, November 3, 1952, Sarah Canan, Ralph Sternberg, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Joan Higgins, Helen Lightfoot, Helen Yost, Sallie Lumis, Ted Wenner, Patricia Garrow, Katharine Hood, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Rushees sign sorority bids Saturday morn • Girls plan fashion show • Dr. Wagner gives med school advice • Freshmen hear Dr. Helfferich • Students discuss social life ideas at fireside chat • WSGA enforces poster removal • Quartet to sing on TV • Music Club to hold Sadie Hawkins Day square dance • Seven articles, four books left unclaimed in Dean's office • Campus favors Eisenhower by majority of 151 votes • Campus Chest to hold poll this Tuesday • Group to give play Tuesday • Bus. Ad. club hears H. D. Leopold speak • Ten new members added to Weekly news and feature staff • Bazaar, ball held • Editorials: Vote is ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 20, 1952, Sarah Canan, Elsie R. Belz, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, Charles Haverstick, Nancy Carson, Patricia Garrow, Dick Guldin, Dick Bowman, Ted Wenner, Bill Burger Oct 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, October 20, 1952, Sarah Canan, Elsie R. Belz, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, Charles Haverstick, Nancy Carson, Patricia Garrow, Dick Guldin, Dick Bowman, Ted Wenner, Bill Burger

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Helfferich to receive degree on Founders Day • MSGA rules breaks as illegal, customs to remain • Bloodmobile to come Wed. • Sorority rushees to open bids Friday • Newman Club hears speaker • Hutchison chosen to plan frosh show • Debating club meets • Varied plans made for Old Timers Day • Day study plans for fashion show; Initiates freshmen • Roberts, Geiger cast as leads in Fall production • Ten new members chosen by Lantern • Orsini to benefit by dance proceeds • Sturgis receives honor at ceremony • Varsity Club to hold dance • Carnival, Halloween ball planned by senior class • Pre-med honors Brownback • Editorials: Highest honor; Give blood • Campus Chest ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 5, 1952, Sarah Canan, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, John Billman, Maxine Alma Walker, Sallie Lumis, Dick Bowman, Dick Guldin, Bob Odenheimer, Ted Wenner May 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, May 5, 1952, Sarah Canan, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, John Billman, Maxine Alma Walker, Sallie Lumis, Dick Bowman, Dick Guldin, Bob Odenheimer, Ted Wenner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Phila. Story" to be presented May 8, 9 & 10 • Pre-meds elect officers • Y cabinet assumes duties at retreat • Music Club to hold elections tomorrow • Inter-sorority group holds annual party • Students will be charged for all overdue library books • Music Club to give concert • WSGA endorses removal of posters • New "Lantern" head selected by staff • Dan Giangiulio is elected new president of MSGA • Final plans set for May Day pageant, campus activities • Future teachers to hear talk Tuesday • Ludwig receives prize from chemical institute • Bus. Ad. club reorganizes; Bennett elected president • New Selective Service test scheduled to be given May 22 • Editorials: More pride needed; Super-patriots gag opinion • Spirit group meets to plan program for next year • Chess club loses match • Letters to the editor • German Club elects Owens • Junior-Sophomore weekend held • Pinned • Engagements • Many infected by senioritus • May pageants present queen in many guises • Parting seniors reveal one last desire • Hal Feist hurls seven-hit victory over Swarthmore • Girls net team gains shutout win • Delaware trounces Bears 10 to 3 with 15-hit attack • Cinder men rout Cadets, lose to Lehigh ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 28, 1952, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Audrey Harte, Joan Higgins, Ted Wenner, Bob Odenheimer, Dick Bowman, Patricia Garrow Apr 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, April 28, 1952, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Audrey Harte, Joan Higgins, Ted Wenner, Bob Odenheimer, Dick Bowman, Patricia Garrow

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ruth Reed is prom queen; Cub and Key taps four • Girls elect class representatives to WSGA and WAA • Y plans retreat for this weekend • Students pick MSGA men for next year • Navy man to be here tomorrow • New presidents elected for WAA, WSGA and Y • Day study girls pick new officers • Audience enjoys laughs at show • French Club to hold banquet • Classes elect officers for coming year • Spirit Committee chooses Armstrong as new chairman • Norristown Chemical Society to sponsor April 28 program • Pi Gamma Mu holds banquet • Editorials: Suggestion; Spinoza and Truman; U.S. has war attitude • Letters to the ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 7, 1952, Helen Gardner, Richard P. Richter, William Lukens, Evelyn Scharf, Helen Yost, David Hallstrom, Ted Wenner, Dick Bowman, Bob Odenheimer, Sarah Canan Apr 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, April 7, 1952, Helen Gardner, Richard P. Richter, William Lukens, Evelyn Scharf, Helen Yost, David Hallstrom, Ted Wenner, Dick Bowman, Bob Odenheimer, Sarah Canan

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Members begin new duties on Weekly staff • New head waiters appointed • DeSola and Scott direct new drama • Bids for queen due April 18 • China subject of Forum talk • Ursinus student body favors Gen. Eisenhower for presidential post • Curtain group plays create startling effects • Group entertained at Norristown "Y" • Laura Bechtle announces chief May Day dancers • Committee picks WSGA, YWCA, WAA nominees • Players intensify "Sari" rehearsals • Cheating is topic at fireside chats • Bids circulated for MSGA, class officers • Seniors to contact Doughty if not measured for gowns • Women day students to hold sale of cakes for furniture • Editorials: Proud tradition; Good ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 17, 1952, Mary Yost, Elizabeth Joanne Heller, Richard P. Richter, Anne Neborak, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., G. Brandon Donahue Mar 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, March 17, 1952, Mary Yost, Elizabeth Joanne Heller, Richard P. Richter, Anne Neborak, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., G. Brandon Donahue

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA reveals penalty plan for cheating • Campus presidential election by ballot planned Thursday • Seminar concludes with talk on philosophy of marriage • Sarah Canan named 'Weekly" editor; Richard Richter to be managing editor • Fireside chat planned by Y • Thespians to act in Penn Olympics • Chinese diplomat to speak at Forum Wednesday, April 2 • Courses listed for Summer term by Dean • "Phila. Story" leaders named • Dr. Carleton Coon tells Forum of cave explorations in Iran • Editorials: Heart of the matter; Some last words; Ike strengthened in N. H. • Letters to the editor • Y delegates attend meeting at U. of P. • Four Ursinus ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 10, 1952, Mary Yost, Mary Jane Allen, Donna Webber, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf, William Lukens, Patricia Garrow, Charles Stahl, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Ted Wenner, Jean Leety, Paul M. Jones, G. Brandon Donahue Mar 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, March 10, 1952, Mary Yost, Mary Jane Allen, Donna Webber, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf, William Lukens, Patricia Garrow, Charles Stahl, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Ted Wenner, Jean Leety, Paul M. Jones, G. Brandon Donahue

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Cast chosen for Curtain Club play • New method used to contact students in Campus Chest drive • Operetta leads picked as "Sari" gets underway • Newman Club hears about new society • Sororities pledge 25 after week of rushing • Professors give various last minute admonitions at Y panel • Audrey Harte writes winning May Day pageant; Chairmen begin work: "Stolen Princess of Fantasy" is tale told in verse • Spirit group reorganizes • Noted archaeologist to give illustrated lecture at Forum • Juniors pick out theme for prom • Movie rescheduled • Two group plays to be staged Tuesday evening in T-G gym • Seniors plan dance, party at country ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 3, 1952, Mary Yost, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf Mar 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, March 3, 1952, Mary Yost, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA devises penalty plan for cheating • Petitions concerning Student Union being circulated • "Sari" committees begin work for Spring musical • Chemical Society lists meeting • Soph hop planned for Friday night • Lorelei proves success for belles • Y to present third Lenten morning watch service • Profs to give "last advice" at Y panel • Spirit workers to reorganize • FTA to see movies • Sororities begin annual rushing week today • 38 accept fraternity bids in signing today at noon • Bauman, Matthews named attendants in May Day court • Group plays set for production • Marriage speaker gives warnings • Beta Sig men give to bloodmobile en masse • Fastnacht party ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 25, 1952, Mary Yost, Jane Gulick, Elizabeth Joanne Heller, Richard P. Richter, Joan Higgins, Jonni Graf, David Hallstrom, Dorothy Griffith, Ted Wenner, Jean Leety, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Dick Bowman Feb 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, February 25, 1952, Mary Yost, Jane Gulick, Elizabeth Joanne Heller, Richard P. Richter, Joan Higgins, Jonni Graf, David Hallstrom, Dorothy Griffith, Ted Wenner, Jean Leety, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Frats begin rushing for new pledges • Sororities to start rushing March 3 • Any student urged to try out for Spring production • Freshman dance to be "celestial" • Group plays postponed • History of Anglo-Egyptian relations traced by speaker • Jeanne Careless chosen queen • Campaign against cutting campus begun by WSGA • Newman Club hears psychology talk • Blood donations sought again here • Piano-violin concert received favorably by Ursinus audience • Economics of marriage discussed at seminar • Fastnacht ball planned by clubs • Editorials: Needed - codified law; Is Korean War necessary? • Student Union ideas given • Five initiated into Rosicrucians society • Canterbury Club holds supper • Engagement • Forum tickets available ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 18, 1952, Mary Yost, Elsie R. Belz, Richard P. Richter, G. Brandon Donahue, Jonni Graf, Anne Neborak, Robert E. Armstrong, Patricia Garrow, Bob Odenheimer, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Dick Bowman, Paul M. Jones Feb 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, February 18, 1952, Mary Yost, Elsie R. Belz, Richard P. Richter, G. Brandon Donahue, Jonni Graf, Anne Neborak, Robert E. Armstrong, Patricia Garrow, Bob Odenheimer, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Dick Bowman, Paul M. Jones

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

1952 Selective Service test set for April • Violinist, pianist schedule program Thursday night • Tryouts held for Meistersingers; Cast is chosen • Egyptian to speak here Wednesday • Communist youth festival described by U.S. "delegate" • Elections Wednesday as four vie for May Queen • Anne Hughes tells of her college life • Spring play selected by Curtain Club • Drs. Garrett, Miller to address first professors' panel • Mr. Dolman to read Twain at English lit meeting • Sophomores plan eventful weekend for March 7-8 • Summer term students asked to select courses • Tea planned • Editorials: Where there's life; W. Europe forms new army • "Whistler" Donahue tells ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 11, 1952, Mary Yost, Elsie R. Belz, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf, Robert Herber, Jean Stewart, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Paul M. Jones, Ted Wenner, Jean Leety Feb 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, February 11, 1952, Mary Yost, Elsie R. Belz, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf, Robert Herber, Jean Stewart, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Paul M. Jones, Ted Wenner, Jean Leety

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Lorelei set for Feb. 29th; Leigh's Orchestra to play • 70 students on coveted B-list; 58 ineligible • Soph class to aid former member • Art instructions now offered by teacher • Curtain Club groups to stage two shows • Second marriage seminar planned Wednesday • May Day petitions due today • Pianist, violinist to play here in Bomberger concert • "Weekly" staff changes made • Lantern deadline set • Anne Hughes to speak at freshmen Color Day • 26 enroll as new students this semester • Barn dance set by Y Friday night • Dr. Yost makes TV debut in literature program • Tom Phillips elected new Ruby co-business manager • Communist poser ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 14, 1952, Mary Yost, Evelyn Scharf, Irene Schweitzer, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf, Robert Herber, Elsie R. Belz, David Hallstrom, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Ted Wenner Jan 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, January 14, 1952, Mary Yost, Evelyn Scharf, Irene Schweitzer, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf, Robert Herber, Elsie R. Belz, David Hallstrom, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Ted Wenner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA to enforce campus parking; new fines listed • Navy to send officer here for interviews • FTA hears lecture on visual aid subject • Dr. Phillips attends meeting of foreign student advisors • Forum speaker evaluates Middle East in address • May Queen petitions to go out Feb. 4; Pageant deadline set for February 27 • Rosicrucians add members; Tea is planned • Professors' panel needs questions • Music Club picks Spring operetta • Interest lack hits debating society • Dolman to read • Music Club gives annual recital featuring students • Delta Pi Sigma pledges to work to improve campus • Re-election for Ruby business manager planned by Juniors • Editorials: Is ...