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1960

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The Ursinus Weekly, December 12, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Richard F. Levine, John B. Piston, John Swinton, Gerald Morita Dec 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, December 12, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Richard F. Levine, John B. Piston, John Swinton, Gerald Morita

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

ACES present dinner, four noted speakers • Beardwood Chem hears Dr. Szutka • Canterbury and Newman clubs hear priest talk • Lutheran Club to sing carols at Johnson home • PSEA members urged to pay yearly dues • Christmas service led by Chi Alpha • Alpha Phi Omega decorate campus • A moment's pause for Christmas and the tradition of Emerald Farm • Ursinus' Christmas spirit enhanced by caroling, parties, banquet, dance • ABC radio holds essay contest • YM-YWCA to conduct commission meetings • Editorial: Christmas • Holiday • The red and the black • Challenge of Dark Victory • Case study of an "academic bum": Salinger once stayed at Ursinus • Intramural corner ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 5, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Richard F. Levine, David Williams, Gerald Morita Dec 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, December 5, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Richard F. Levine, David Williams, Gerald Morita

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Sandercock, Meszaros reign at Senior Ball • Chem Department gets $10,000 grant • Moll, Francis elected "Ruby" business heads • ACES to present dinner-discussion • Fall play will be given Dec. 9, 10 • Pre-med society hears Dr. Robert Bucher speak • Annual Spanish Club Christmas party to feature slides, pinata • Dr. Armstrong to head student European tour • Lt. Bess Bryant of U.S. Navy to visit on Dec. 7 • CAC to sponsor Christmas reading night on December 7 • Ten Ursinus students elected to Who's Who • Job openings for seniors announced • Anne Sellers elected head of Lutheran Club • Ardith Mumbauer elected Lafayette frat queen ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 21, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Judith Drenguba, Bill Pratt, Gerald Morita, David Williams, Doris M. Fiehs Nov 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, November 21, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Judith Drenguba, Bill Pratt, Gerald Morita, David Williams, Doris M. Fiehs

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Miss Liberty Bowl" title won by UC's Sandra Motta • U. of P. chaplain speaks to Canterbury Club • Quiet hours enforced by W.S.G.A. senate • New Outing Club formed; Woodruff acting chairman • ICG makes plans to attend state convention in April • Dr. Baker and Dr. Zucker discuss disarmament at IRC meeting • Philadelphia orchestra presents second student concert, Dec. 6 • Phoenixville site of Phila. Civic Concert • Seminar accepts applications now • Young Republicans selected by NYR • Annual "Messiah" to be presented on Dec. 8th • "Dark Victory" to be presented by Curtain Club on December 9, 10 • Lutheran Club invites students ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 14, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, John Swinton, Gail Ford, Cynthia Morris, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, John B. Piston, Sandra Hoffmann, Gerald Morita, Richard F. Levine Nov 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, November 14, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, John Swinton, Gail Ford, Cynthia Morris, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, John B. Piston, Sandra Hoffmann, Gerald Morita, Richard F. Levine

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Focus on fraternities • Sixteen men accept bids on Nov. 7 to join four of U.C.'s local frats • WAA, Woodruff discuss possible ski weekend • Constitution is changed by Curtain Club members • U.C. groups hear Dr. Adams of Yale • Historical article by Dr. Armstrong printed in "Church History" • Whitians hold tea in Paisley for 50 women • Dr. Zucker to discuss disarming at International Relations Club • Frosh MSGA reps to prepare report on 1960 customs • Y introduces the Aetheneum Society • Juniors present "The Bowery" November 19 in T-G gym • ICG plans meeting for Nov. 4 in Bomberger chapel at 7 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 31, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Robert Barrow, Gail Ford, Caroline V. Moretz, Richard F. Levine, Gerald Morita, Robert Allen Oct 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, October 31, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Robert Barrow, Gail Ford, Caroline V. Moretz, Richard F. Levine, Gerald Morita, Robert Allen

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Second Forum to feature speaker on Bill of Rights • Pre-medders hear Dean of Jefferson • Conference on careers to be held in Phila. • Mr. Jones attends colloquium on college admissions in N.Y. • Sixty-one girls get sorority bids • Debating Club to hold meet on Tues., Nov. 1 • National Teacher Exams to be given on Feb. 11 • Big Little Sister party to be held Tuesday, Nov. 1 in college woods • Young Democrats hear Kennedy in Norristown on Sat. • YM-YW to sponsor formal political debate on Nov. 2 • New Lantern staff policy includes planned criticism • Newman Club to discuss All Saint's Day ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 24, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Gail Ford, Richard F. Levine, John B. Piston, Robert Barrow, Gerald Morita, Margot Richardson Oct 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, October 24, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Gail Ford, Richard F. Levine, John B. Piston, Robert Barrow, Gerald Morita, Margot Richardson

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Sandra Motta new queen; Crowned at dance Saturday • Young Republicans vote new club constitution • Y weekend retreaters discuss Christianity • Students protest new registration fee thru MSGA • $5,000 scholarship to aid Ursinus leaders, athletes • 15 degrees conferred at Founder's Day exercises • Montco names Vern Morgan its "outstanding athlete" • Jefferson Dean to address pre-medders • Editorial: An analogy • Letters to the editor • Thoughts on freedom • Doubt • What? • Curtain Club to do challenging play • Bears defeat Garnet 26-25 in second win: Bears defeat Wilkes in thriller last week • Intramural corner • Meet coach Pearson • Girls hockey team splits two games • Bears lose to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 10, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Richard F. Levine, Gail Ford, Cynthia Morris, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, Frederick Bauman Jr., Gerald Morita, Brenda Theisz Oct 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, October 10, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Richard F. Levine, Gail Ford, Cynthia Morris, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, Frederick Bauman Jr., Gerald Morita, Brenda Theisz

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Noted cellist to appear here; Orlando Cole plays Oct. 12 • "Touchdown 1960" a great success • WAA holds meeting; To sell candy in dorms • College students can cast absentee ballots • SMU extends alma mater song contest one year • "The Romance of small business" Business Club topic for tonight • Lantern staff to hold first meeting of new term on Tues. • IRC to hold reception on Tuesday at Millers' home at 8 • Schweiker talks to Republicans • German Club meets Tues.; Hear three travelers talk • Morgan announces Chem Club project • Mademoiselle announces College Board contest • Round table discussion planned by Chi Alpha • Try-outs for ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 3, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Gail Ford, Betty Heale, John Swinton, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, Gerald Morita Oct 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, October 3, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Gail Ford, Betty Heale, John Swinton, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, Gerald Morita

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus welcomes first Tibet exchange student • Retreat planned by YM-YW Cabinet • Dean Pettit delivers speech to frosh at LVC • Civil Service seeks qualified seniors for federal jobs • Three Ursinus students attend PSEA conference • Holloway, Weiss win high positions within GOP group • Damon D. Holton is new director for Ursinus' band • Greetings, Class of 1964 • Frosh presented to U.C. at Convocation • Student teachers to attend dinner, hear E. Henzel • Editorial: Welcome • Letters to the editor • Customs comments: Early customs • Opening political outburst: Kennedy's foreign policy; Better party team • Intramural corner • Blewett, Henry pace candidates through practice • Bears drop opener ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 21, 1960, Marla Shilton, Gail Ford, Carol Drechsler, Richard F. Levine Mar 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, March 21, 1960, Marla Shilton, Gail Ford, Carol Drechsler, Richard F. Levine

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Lesher, Mackey, Holl to star in "The Heiress" • WRUC to begin broadcasting on Monday, April 4 • Committees listed for annual May Day Pageant May 7 • To crown queen at prom; Mardi gras theme planned • Ursinus mourns the passing of Dr. Alfred Wilcox • Campus Chest surpasses goal; Many attend show • Scholarship for St. Andrew's is announced • Cathy Nicolai is named as new Weekly editor • "Bell, book and candle" try-outs on March 21, 23 • Y to hold forum on social work • Five U.C. alumni named to Who's who in America • Editorial: Tribute; Open letter • Letters to the editor • Education ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 14, 1960, Marla Shilton, Margaret Hunt, Betty Heale Mar 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, March 14, 1960, Marla Shilton, Margaret Hunt, Betty Heale

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Meszaros, Sandercock elected by PSEA group • Lantern sponsors competition for literary works • WSGA criticizes reception room behavior of girls • Meistersingers will tour local societies in March • May Day dancers selected for annual pageant • Sophs plan picnic dance; High Hats provide music • Dr. Tyree's three day visit to UC proves a success • WAA announces program of intramural volleyball • Junior prom April 8; Mardi gras theme chosen • Student-faculty show to be presented March 18 • YM-YW speakers highlight chapel with new views • Observer • Commentary on "Old spice" • Clash of minds • Library suggests • Albright's sports editor comments • APES intramural basketball champs; Savastio ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 29, 1960, Marla Shilton, Betty Heale, Richard F. Levine, John Swinton, Cynthia Morris Feb 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, February 29, 1960, Marla Shilton, Betty Heale, Richard F. Levine, John Swinton, Cynthia Morris

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Frosh women choose reps to WSGA, WAA, Y • Campus Chest on from March 7-18 • Ahmad Jamal Trio to give concert • Mass meeting for May Day • Westminster Choir sings; Lenten services planned • Pre-med society hears Penn dental profs talk • Silver contest opens; Cindy Benner student rep. • Hunsicker reads seminar paper to hist. society • Dr. Wagner to speak on evolution at Chi Alpha • Pettit and Staiger read papers at chem meeting • B. Brecht is May queen; Court chosen for May 7 • Nusbaum play to be given April 12 • Editorial: The whole man • Of helpful and harmful materialism • Exhortation • Letters to the editor ...