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Ursinus College

1958

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Lantern

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The Ursinus Weekly, October 13, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Anne M. Mcwilliams Oct 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, October 13, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Anne M. Mcwilliams

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Men's student government publishes new rules booklet • Dr. C. N. Parkinson enthralls Forum audience Oct. 7 • Folk singer to appear at museum this Saturday • Dinner held for frosh women in Paisley, Oct. 7 • "Joan of Lorraine" picked for Fall play; Tryouts on Oct. 13-14 • YM-YW holds annual Fall weekend retreat • APO discusses projects; Cleans college woods • Editorial: "Busy" • Letters to the editor • Conformists • Little dirty face • Brighter light • U.C. soccer team ties Hill School in pre-season tilt • U.C. cross country team is formed • Sophs tally run in final frame to edge out freshmen • Bear's eleven lose ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 6, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Rosalie Bellairs, John Haag, Anne M. Mcwilliams, Cindy Buchanan Oct 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, October 6, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Rosalie Bellairs, John Haag, Anne M. Mcwilliams, Cindy Buchanan

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Helfferich succeeds McClure as President • Dr. Allan L. Rice has new Swedish book published • "Messiah" begins; Students register on Tues. and Wed. • New look in uniforms brightens band this year • APO holds open meeting Tues. evening, October 7 • Presidents speak: Welcome class of 1962 • Y starts program; Commissions meet • New jazz magazine hits the market • Spirit Committee plans dance • Doctor C. N. Parkinson to address Forum Tues. • Student teachers receive positions • Pre-medical society views symposium at Pennsylvania • New senators hold first meeting of Fall semester • Editorial: Entertainment • Letters to the editor • Selecting a house • Amigo speaks • Lantern chooses Miller, McCabe ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 19, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Anne C. Markland, Thomas M. Mccabe May 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, May 19, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Anne C. Markland, Thomas M. Mccabe

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Haag prexy of men's student government • Annual banquet held by Varsity Club Tues., May 13 • Seniors feted at annual banquet • Special editorial: "Customs" • Dr. Cooke speaks on mental difficulties of our children • Election results for officers are announced • Ottenberg speaks on the problems of skid rowers • Editorial: "Leadership and service" • Inner peace • Letters to the editor • To the hilt • Against me • Cindermen whip Washington squad; Lose to Dickinson • Tennis team picks up first two wins; Loses close tilt • Bears nine win two; Beaten by Wilkes, 3-2 • Drexel defeated by lacrosse team • West Chester wallops JV varsity softball teams • Tennis ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 12, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Arthur King, Philip Sterling Rowe May 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, May 12, 1958, Frederick L. Glauser, Arthur King, Philip Sterling Rowe

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Men's student government election results announced • Rowe president of the Curtain Club; McKey wins award • Mayor discusses juvenile crime • Campus Chest total announced; Chairmen named • Women's dorm elections held; Senators chosen • Men's council completes term; Finishes new rules • Class, MSGA officers selected on Wednesday • "Open door policy" in mental health featured at Forum • Arrival of professors in September announced • "Green back" and machines watched • Editorial: "Customs" • She stoops to conquer • Letters to the editor • How to be a campus intellectual • Martella reaches quarter final in Middle Atlantics • Lacrosse squad defeated; Lose last two contests • Ursinus drops third ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 20, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Carl Fontaine, Thomas M. Mccabe, Phil Rowe, Sheldon P. Wagman Jan 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, January 20, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Carl Fontaine, Thomas M. Mccabe, Phil Rowe, Sheldon P. Wagman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Polishuk explains space satellite, jets and rockets • "Satchmo" to play at Villanova, Feb. 9 • Junior pre-meds to take test May 3 • Work camps in Philadelphia • "Final fling" well attended • Faculty entertain at fireside chats • Foreign films featured by Philadelphia society • Ursinus Forum announces Spring semester speakers • Ursinus receives grant from du Pont • Chi Alpha to hear talk on Paul Tillich; Schedules discussion of Sartre work • Editorial: Fuel will brighten the Lantern • Power of love • Campus "stickouts" • Bumble puppy: A new game • UC varsity & JV hoopers bow to Blue Hens, PMC • UC red and black league intramural games begin • UC matmen ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 13, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Carl Fontaine, Thomas M. Mccabe, Arthur King, Sandra Piper, Sheldon P. Wagman Jan 1958

The Ursinus Weekly, January 13, 1958, Walter W. Montgomery, Carl Fontaine, Thomas M. Mccabe, Arthur King, Sandra Piper, Sheldon P. Wagman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Faculty, students get together for "fireside chats" • European views of Americans told at IRC meeting • "Lantern" contest offers prizes to writers and artists • "Satellites" topic at chem meeting tonight in S-12 • Library receives 400 dollar grant • Lorelei discussed, proctors named at MSGA meeting • Student teachers' tales amuse SEAP meeting • Picasso exhibition opens at Philadelphia art museum • Tranquilizers subject of pre-med meeting, Jan. 8 • Podolak captains color guard • Sig Nu & Delta Pi to hold "final fling" January 18 • Editorial: It's our move now • Trim the wick and brighten the Lantern • Prize poems • Picasso: Biography • Valentine Day opener set for girls' badminton team • Girls' basketball opener set for Feb. 12 with G'burg • UC grapplers beat Haverford 19-13 in season's opener • Varsity cagers lose; J.V.s beat Swarthmore, Haverford • Bears scalped by Indians 81-69 in year-end game • Beta Sig mardi gras held • Frosh give dance: "Beneath the sea" • Many fields included in new library ...