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The Ursinus Weekly, October 23, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Mary Ann Simmendinger, Mary Yost, Jane Gulick, Robert Jordan, Eugene A. Pascucci, Ed Klein, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster, Linford Loesch Oct 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, October 23, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Mary Ann Simmendinger, Mary Yost, Jane Gulick, Robert Jordan, Eugene A. Pascucci, Ed Klein, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster, Linford Loesch

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Bears trounce Garnet for first victory, 35-14 • Campus group will sponsor political rally • IRC plans events for near future • YM-YW commission to discuss president's anti-red bill veto • Future teachers meet • Czech tells of red-occupied homeland to Bomberger Hall Forum audience • Group to organize unit of Red Cross • Senior class to sponsor masquerade Saturday • Clark, Deitch, Friedlin, and Maliken head freshman class • Congressman addresses Founders Day assembly • Curtain Club picks three members of "Angel Street" cast • Customs declared over by student councils • Phantasy reported in full rehearsal • Hundred and fifty girls attend annual junior-frosh breakfast • Editorial: Price of victory; Let ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 16, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Douglas Macmullan, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Donald Stauffer, Paul M. Jones, Ford Bothwell Oct 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, October 16, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Douglas Macmullan, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Donald Stauffer, Paul M. Jones, Ford Bothwell

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Ruby" to give original show November 10 • Doctor to present pre-med program • Chi Alpha to discuss revision of pre-theo studies Tuesday • Lantern staff announced • Frosh present talent and variety show as highlight of new customs system • Sixty attend retreat at Camp Fernbrook • Men's Student Council revises customs, punishes offenders • College to confer degrees at annual Founders Day • Reception in gym to be inaugurated Old Timers Day • WAA organizes sales, discusses constitution • Czech exile to talk at Forum Tuesday • Gottshall named president of Beardwood Chemical Society • Dolman to present reading • Editorial: To be, or not to be - exemplary • Dr. Garrett ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 9, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Aubre M. Givler, Jean Heron, Ted Wenner, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster, Douglas Macmullan, Jeanne Stewart Oct 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, October 9, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Aubre M. Givler, Jean Heron, Ted Wenner, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster, Douglas Macmullan, Jeanne Stewart

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Thespians pick "Angel Street" as Fall play • French Club sees slides of France • Alpha Phi Omega frat opens second year of campus activity • UN delegate from India to speak Friday at Philadelphia forum • McConnell to speak at Founders' Day in Bomberger Hall • Sigma Rho formulates plans for 1950-51 terms • Y to conduct weekend retreat; Rally held Wednesday • Relax customs for frosh girls after stunt day • IRC hears speech on Chinese colleges • Four conferences held this Summer on Ursinus campus • Varsity Club to sponsor Old Timers' Day dance • Czech to speak at first Forum on October 17 • Curtain Club adopts use ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 2, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Susanne Deitz, Jane Gulick, Donald Stauffer, Paul M. Jones, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster Oct 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, October 2, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Susanne Deitz, Jane Gulick, Donald Stauffer, Paul M. Jones, Ford Bothwell, Roy Foster

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

B-listers roll up big 63-40 victory over Dean's team • Enrollment drops to 805; Freshmen number 197 • Pre-medders plan to present talks at their meetings • Co-editors of 1950 yearbook announce appointment of 13 department leaders • Japanese educator visits F. I. Sheeder and College • Y members clean recreation center • Curfew notice • Editor announces positions available on "Lantern" staff • Improper parkers served notice • Y schedules events for near future; Rally Wednesday • Thespians to hold reception Tuesday at Super House • Omwake leaves Ursinus to accept Virginia post • Robert Rosenberger confined to St. Joseph's Hospital, Reading • Veterans notices • New course offered • Editorial: Destiny ...