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1961

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The Ursinus Weekly, December 11, 1961, John Swinton, Linda Carpenter, Dave Carter, Carol Taney, Robin L. Stevenson, Linda Blew, Gerald Morita, Bill Pratt Dec 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, December 11, 1961, John Swinton, Linda Carpenter, Dave Carter, Carol Taney, Robin L. Stevenson, Linda Blew, Gerald Morita, Bill Pratt

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Harrisburg calls two U.C. seniors for budget talks • Ursinus College's fourteen "Who's Who" students drawn from entire spectrum of campus activity • Caroling, banquets brighten last college week of 1961 • Weekly circulation up 41% over previous year • Special education speech delivered Tuesday to PSEA • Joint meeting held by science clubs • Senior Bob Allen elected constable in Scranton ward; Ousts incumbent • Christmas communication • Debaters show promise; Sall excels in tourney • College hockey players cited for outstanding skill • Fraternities, sororities spread cheer with orphans' Christmas parties • Editorial: The holiday here • Ursinus in the past • Letters to the editor • Study in ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 4, 1961, John Swinton, John B. Piston, Anne Mendelson, Robin L. Stevenson, Carole Smith, Marcy Destefano, Gerald Morita Dec 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, December 4, 1961, John Swinton, John B. Piston, Anne Mendelson, Robin L. Stevenson, Carole Smith, Marcy Destefano, Gerald Morita

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Dr. Philip began choral tradition with one hundred voices in '38 • Handel's oratorio written in Dublin; German's contemporaries judged his operas best • "Wedding present" is job well done • Temple psych professor to speak tonight to PSEA • Wide experience, rich talent apply to Thursday's "Messiah" soloists • Ursinus' 24th "Messiah" hails Christmas season • Who's Who accepts fourteen students • Directors approve insurance policy • Grant, Draeger crowned lord, lady; Griffin named '62 permanent prexy • "Y" executive sees need for more YMCA publicity • Lists posted this week for Christmas banquet • Editorial: Full house; Distributor of the ticket • Latest student concert presents ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 20, 1961, John Swinton, Gene Andes, Robin L. Stevenson, Cynthia Morris, Gerald Morita, Barry Sherwood Francis Nov 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, November 20, 1961, John Swinton, Gene Andes, Robin L. Stevenson, Cynthia Morris, Gerald Morita, Barry Sherwood Francis

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Two re-votes needed to elect '63 Ruby business managers • Invest in America talk attended by four Ursinus men • Seniors' Ball has East Indies theme; Mabuhay is title • Holochuk, Kearney star in "The Wedding present" • Ursinus "Y" invites delegates from twenty colleges • Pre-medders hear Berry, Rode give dentistry address • Local bank display depicts growth of Ursinus College • Gold discovered in basement of Bomberger? • "Weekly" reviewer sees "George Apley" as good entertainment with slow spots • Sandmann, YMCA official, to evaluate U.C. campus • Mrs. Helfferich to show "Dutch" slides, artifacts • ISC's Judy Byrnes outlines Ursinus' sorority program • Editorial: P.A. perspective ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 13, 1961, John Swinton, Linda Carpenter, Margery Peffle, Robin L. Stevenson, John B. Piston, Gerald Morita, Craig Garner, Ellen Robertson Nov 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, November 13, 1961, John Swinton, Linda Carpenter, Margery Peffle, Robin L. Stevenson, John B. Piston, Gerald Morita, Craig Garner, Ellen Robertson

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J. P. Marquand's Boston satire "The Late George Apley" Ursinus Curtain Club presentation Friday, Saturday nights: Vee Shibe, Steve Wurster act leads in comedy-drama at T-G Gymnasium • Senator Clark discusses prospects for peace for Ursinus Forum audience Wednesday • Bill Scheuren elected Collegeville J.P. Tuesday • Demas downed in cigarette search by a single soph • U.C. co-ed chosen Miss Liberty Bowl for second year • Dr. Seidel speaks to Beardwood • 625 students state desire to return to mike at meals • Peace Corps man to visit Thursday • Collegeville elects Pancoast mayor; Ursinus prof defeats Democrat 3 to 1 • Bertin outlines seven ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 30, 1961, John Swinton, Caroline V. Moretz, Robin L. Stevenson, John B. Piston, Gerald Morita, Craig Garner, Dennis Wilson Sr. Oct 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, October 30, 1961, John Swinton, Caroline V. Moretz, Robin L. Stevenson, John B. Piston, Gerald Morita, Craig Garner, Dennis Wilson Sr.

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Loyalty kick-off dinner features famous co-eds • Ursinus College treats Homecoming visitors to decorations, dinners, sports, and a dance: Haverford foe for Homecoming tilt; Campus readied • Six fraternity queens grace Homecoming scene • Work abroad plan offered by ASIS • Pfahler film festival shows Henry V, LaStrada • Placenta subject for Dr. Rathmell in pre-med talk • Senator Smith sees moral force as Khrushchev's chief enemy • A-Phi-O welcomes thirteen pledges • Princeton's Homrighausen visits here tomorrow • Dr. Parsons publishes Norris journal excerpt • Editorial: Censorship here • U.S. government offers junior Summer work • Social Security interview Friday in U.C. Library • Ursinus in the past ...


The Ursinus Weekly, June 5, 1961, John Swinton, Margot Richardson, Robin L. Stevenson, Gerald Morita, Carol Taney, George Roberts, Robert Hohn, Bill Pratt, Richard F. Levine Jun 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, June 5, 1961, John Swinton, Margot Richardson, Robin L. Stevenson, Gerald Morita, Carol Taney, George Roberts, Robert Hohn, Bill Pratt, Richard F. Levine

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198 diplomas sum up 4 Ursinus years: Prizes bestowed on outstanding Ursinus students • Sandberg '61 valedictorian; Graduates summa cum laude • Four honorary degrees awarded this morning: Robert N. Hilkert delivers address to Ursinus' 198 senior graduates • Roadside billboard inspiration for Hilkert's speech • Cash prize given four cited for teaching merit • Barbara Pine wins scholarship; Her blindness no obstacle • Biology instructor leaves to "tie up loose ends" • Amigo to retire; Students' friend for eleven years • Dr. Paisley's death saddens commencement; Board President served Ursinus for 51 years • Newspaperman elected new trustee board head • September may bring 280 freshmen; U ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 17, 1961, John Swinton, Bruce Foster, Robin L. Stevenson, Richard F. Levine, Cynthia Morris, Gerald Morita, Michael Bernstein Apr 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, April 17, 1961, John Swinton, Bruce Foster, Robin L. Stevenson, Richard F. Levine, Cynthia Morris, Gerald Morita, Michael Bernstein

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Hoffert chosen to lead YMCA; Wurster veep • Meistersingers sing in Maryland, Washington, D.C. • Ursinus women elect Burgoon, Nelson, Sheese; 72% turnout for WSGA, YWCA, WAA vote • Four profs discuss three decades of moving events • New Varsity Club loan plan meets presidential approval • Special Forum features Curtis string quartet • Tibetan student shows rare films of his homeland • Academy of Music to present Garner • Students stress cigarette search • Editorial: Extra edition; Common sense • Letters to the editor • Ursinus in the past • Grandfather Mencken • "A pair of lunatics" • Slaves of fear • Chapel commentary • Lacrosse twelve sweeps Swarthmore girls, 8-3; Hamilton, Crosley star ...


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

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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

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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, January 16, 1961, Catherine A. Nicolai, John Swinton, Gail Ford, John B. Piston, Gerald Morita, Robert Barrow, Carole Widmaier Jan 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, January 16, 1961, Catherine A. Nicolai, John Swinton, Gail Ford, John B. Piston, Gerald Morita, Robert Barrow, Carole Widmaier

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ISC tentatively plans new rushing program: New program is planned to eliminate tense rushing pressures of women's sophomore year • Ursinus students saddened by the death of Mr. Lutz • APO seeks to aid others' projects • Placement Office announces listing of job interviews • Magazine sponsors religion contest • Senate rule restricts slacks and Bermudas at home sports events • National Teacher Exams to be given on Feb. 11 • Students sought for world tour • Seelye, contributor to "Hispania," elected to Pa. AATSP Council • Announcement of annual Finnegan Awards made • Museum presents "Festival of Italy" • Delta Pi Sigma holds father-son banquet, party • Frosh Curtain Clubbers ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 9, 1961, Catherine A. Nicolai, Cynthia Morris, Gerald Morita, John B. Piston, Geoffrey Bloom Jan 1961

The Ursinus Weekly, January 9, 1961, Catherine A. Nicolai, Cynthia Morris, Gerald Morita, John B. Piston, Geoffrey Bloom

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Reading, reigning & 'rithmetic • Many Ursinus students engaged, pinned at Xmas • Speaker to address IRC on South American tribes • Outing Club enjoys weekend of winter sports in the Poconos • Pre-medders hear Dr. V. Vernier • Republicans to donate aid • Lutheran Club to hear talk, see movie tonight in Pfahler • George Busler, U.C. grad, to address Canterbury Club at 8 • President named church group V.P. • D. S. Richie speaks on African & Phila. camps • Frosh present "Frosty's frolic" on January 6 • French Club to hold meeting on January 17 • Newman Club members attend breakfast at Pottstown church • Dr. David Baker to ...