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The Ursinus Weekly, October 31, 1968, Judy Schneider, Alan Gold, John S. Picconi, Frederick Jacob, Janet Stemler, Byron Jackson, David Sears, Alan Novak, Georgette Griffith, James Williams, Rudi Herman, Howard Solomon, Kenneth Yorgey, James Deboy, Cris Crane, Gail Heinemeyer, Paul Sautter Oct 1968

The Ursinus Weekly, October 31, 1968, Judy Schneider, Alan Gold, John S. Picconi, Frederick Jacob, Janet Stemler, Byron Jackson, David Sears, Alan Novak, Georgette Griffith, James Williams, Rudi Herman, Howard Solomon, Kenneth Yorgey, James Deboy, Cris Crane, Gail Heinemeyer, Paul Sautter

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Evaluation favorable; Provincialism assailed • Nixon overwhelms Humphrey; "Rightward" trend reflected • Founders' Day honors alumni; Honorary degrees conferred • "Secret society" members elected • Placement Office offers services to '69 graduates • Barbara Bruzgo crowned '68 Homecoming Queen • Editorial: Activities chaos • Grand Dragon at U.C.; Klan views stated • Grape conspiracy • Letters to the editor • Formation of a fourth party • Editorial: Literary dilemma • Arts forum features four faculty speakers • Opinion: Sulphuric acid + gas • Bears rip Garnet in Homecoming game after humiliating defeat at Muhlenberg • Gillespie and Gane selected as co-captains • Soccer team defeated by Mules and Delaware as Grau is injured • Inside track: And ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 17, 1968, Judy Schneider, Francis Galle, Pat Gonnella, Michael Stoner, Byron Jackson, Judith Earle, Jonathan Rumpf, Linda Richtmyre, Cheryl Hamlin, Paul Adams, Paul Sautter, Alan Novak, David Sears, Elizabeth Burns, John S. Picconi, Georgette Griffith, James Williams, Rudi Herman, Dane Dawson, Cris Crane, Kenneth Yorgey, James Deboy Oct 1968

The Ursinus Weekly, October 17, 1968, Judy Schneider, Francis Galle, Pat Gonnella, Michael Stoner, Byron Jackson, Judith Earle, Jonathan Rumpf, Linda Richtmyre, Cheryl Hamlin, Paul Adams, Paul Sautter, Alan Novak, David Sears, Elizabeth Burns, John S. Picconi, Georgette Griffith, James Williams, Rudi Herman, Dane Dawson, Cris Crane, Kenneth Yorgey, James Deboy

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Fraternities hopeful as Homecoming approaches; Reigning Queen to be selected in regal runoff • Student teachers gain experience • Frosh elect officers; President sets goals • Curtain Club changes name to ProTheatre • Ryan Brothers highlights UC folk concert • Editorial: A matter of concern • On love and hate • "Coke culture to stay" Glenesk tells Forum • Letters • Dr. Byerly raps Greeks; Calls rushing "degrading" • Freshmen induction: Questionable success • Intruders in concert • Exchange column • Another view: Ursinus change • Opinion: Political commentary • Expansion necessitates dormitory renovations • SFARC minutes • Ursinus students to participate in TV program • U.C. students speak at pre-med meeting • Parents feted at gala event ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 3, 1968, Judy Schneider, Alan Gold, Jonathan Weaver, Frederick Jacob, Byron Jackson, Cris Crane, John S. Picconi, Thomas Miller Oct 1968

The Ursinus Weekly, October 3, 1968, Judy Schneider, Alan Gold, Jonathan Weaver, Frederick Jacob, Byron Jackson, Cris Crane, John S. Picconi, Thomas Miller

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Fourteen join faculty; Dept. heads named for Philos. & Economics • 227 freshmen begin studies; 3 foreign students included • Professors recognized for teaching excellence • Stained glass exhibit on display at Ursinus • Joint effort concert features Intruders • Editorial: Student activism - radical or responsible? • Frosh at Shalom; Dinks on till 12th • The "illegalities" of Ursinus law • The great society? • Editorial: Everyone's problem • Freeland's days numbered; Library to rise on site • Graduate school aspirants urged to prepare early • Forums replace required chapel • Studio art to highlight new fine arts course • Annual Parents Day planned for Oct. 12 • Franklin & Marshall passing stops Bears in season opener • Ursinus hockey squad ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 23, 1968, Judy Schneider, Byron Jackson, Linda Richtmyre, Mort Kersey, Thomas Miller, Frederick Jacob, Sam Hartman May 1968

The Ursinus Weekly, May 23, 1968, Judy Schneider, Byron Jackson, Linda Richtmyre, Mort Kersey, Thomas Miller, Frederick Jacob, Sam Hartman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Helen Dix is elected Spring Festival Queen • Cartoonist Al Capp featured at Commencement exercises; Ledbetter at Baccalaureate • Alumni Day '68 welcomes grads; Drama featured • Barb Bruzgo wins in silver contest • Evening session added to '68 Summer school • Summer reading plan announced • Editorial: The losing battle • New art exhibit elicits criticism • Negro minister offers race problem solution • Hooray for Joshua Lyman • Judiciary Board amendment would eliminate weaknesses • The "illegalities" of Ursinus law • Admission of Negro girls provides difficult situation • New profs include economist, historian • SFARC minutes • Final exam schedule • Ursinus Thinclads go undefeated only to falter in championships: Baseballers lose to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 11, 1968, Judy Schneider, Frederick Jacob, Byron Jackson, Lance Diskan Apr 1968

The Ursinus Weekly, April 11, 1968, Judy Schneider, Frederick Jacob, Byron Jackson, Lance Diskan

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Campus Chest drive scheduled for April 17-27 to support local and international charity appeals • Scott Pierce fund to sponsor concert during IF weekend • Cub & Key Society inducts seven Ursinus juniors • Matchmaker cast set for Spring production • Memorandum • Editorial • Letters to the editor • Protests, opinions and things • Potpourri of activities highlights Campus Chest drive: Campus Chest features psychedelic light show; Student-faculty show portrays college life; KD spaghetti dinner; It's carnival time; Try your strength; In person, Bonnie & Clyde; Need a maid?; Wanted: strong laps; Need an A in CMP?; Costume catastrophe; College bowl; Campus Chest theatre sponsors famous films • Ursinus Road Rallye promises new thrills • Student-faculty art show and contest acclaimed successful • "I had a dream" • Girls' honor dorms to open this Fall • Evaluators discuss findings at UC; Report not entirely complimentary • Ursinus Thinclads trample Lebanon ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 21, 1968, Herbert C. Smith, James Wylie, Rudi Herman Mar 1968

The Ursinus Weekly, March 21, 1968, Herbert C. Smith, James Wylie, Rudi Herman

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Draft security lost; Exemptions ended • Dismissal of two mourned in black Wednesday protest • Who's Who elects eight UC seniors • U.C. holds primary to voice '68 choice • Students to sponsor dramatic productions • Judy Schneider selected "Weekly" editor-in-chief • Editorial • Letters to the editor • Ascetic Ursinus student retreats in protest of faculty dismissals • Drama, beauty make UC track unbeatable • Bearettes defeated by West Chester • Baseball squad sparked by returning lettermen • Matmen top PMC for only victory • Greek gleanings


The Ursinus Weekly, March 7, 1968, Herbert C. Smith, Byron Jackson Mar 1968

The Ursinus Weekly, March 7, 1968, Herbert C. Smith, Byron Jackson

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Frat pledges taken for Spring semester • Whitians honor eight women during Lorelei, Friday night • Gabel crowned Lorelei King • U.C. Meisters to tour in Maryland and Virginia • Ursinus Y presented the Voyage of the Phoenix • '67 grad dies; Smith mourned • Wilson Foundation confers honors on senior woman • Editorial: Mr. Clymer, Mr. Waldo • Letters to the editor • "It's a hurtin' thing" • Bears beat Drexel Dragons; Lose to Mules in MAC final • Minutes of SFARC meeting

This issue also contains 7 pages of parody articles.


The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1968, Herbert C. Smith, Alan Gold, Byron Jackson, Frederick Jacob, Richard Meals Feb 1968

The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1968, Herbert C. Smith, Alan Gold, Byron Jackson, Frederick Jacob, Richard Meals

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Third Kingdom swings to enliven weekends • Dispute, voided contract cancels Strawberry Alarm Clock show • College evaluated for accreditation • Volunteers needed for blood mobile • New instructors join History Department staff • Living Arts performers to present "Agamemnon" • Scarfo exhibit features unusual space designs • Tilford E. Dudley lectures on free enterprise system • "Luther" slated by Curtain Club • St. Andrews Society awards scholarships for study in Scotland • Davis named chairman of History Department • Ruby glitters! • Michigan State's liberalization of pregnancy policy • Campus trios to participate in TV panel discussions • Henry IV appears on Ursinus stage • Student strikes planned protesting Vietnam War • Counseling begun ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 14, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Frederick Jacob, Judy Schneider Dec 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, December 14, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Frederick Jacob, Judy Schneider

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UC Christmas calendar crowds pre-vacation week on campus • Dialogue activating complaint channels • New exhibit opens; Faculty contributes • Dr. Wessel announces Sr. placement listing • Dr. Philip celebrates his thirtieth Messiah • The Visit explores morality • Editorial • Agency attempts to secure effective financial position • SFARC report • Spirit high, but athletes rate better facilities • Compton scores 73 as Bears win three • Greek gleanings


The Ursinus Weekly, November 9, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Byron Jackson, Gene Searfoss, Alan Gold, Frederick Jacob Nov 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, November 9, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Byron Jackson, Gene Searfoss, Alan Gold, Frederick Jacob

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Students urge action on Vietnam question • Conscientious objector relates opinions in Y-Forum program • Stringfellow reveals American sicknesses • Charles Simpson heads Founders' Day program • Pi Nu to sponsor evening of music • Messiah rehearses for 30th rendition • Editorial: The four year wait • Your chance to participate! • Private sea: LSD and the search for God • Its about time: Ursinus campus responds strongly to Weekly policy concerning Asian situation • Ursinus student discusses attitudes to Vietnam War: John Schlegel speaks from experience • Comprehensive exams create controversy • Fine arts students venture to New York • "Typical" student enters monastery • Ursinus vs. West Chester: Game to decide U ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 26, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Byron Jackson, Gilbert Louis Page, Frederick Jacob Oct 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, October 26, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Byron Jackson, Gilbert Louis Page, Frederick Jacob

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Six seek Homecoming title • Peace march rocks heart of Washington • IF weekend features Soul Survivors' sound • Students honor Scott Pierce • UC awarding degrees in Founders' assembly • Open letter to Ursinus students • Editorial • On aggression • Warmakers confronted! • Letters to the editor • Dr. Rice scales fine rail models • Dialogue is coming • Three chosen as student-faculty representatives • Hartzells dig German way: A like affection shared by all and beer is lighter in Munich • Cross country: Dynasty in the making; Footballers impress • Grads view pre-med program • Bruins edged by Garnet after defeat by Wilkes • Booters' spirit good despite four losses • Greek gleanings


The Ursinus Weekly, October 12, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Timothy C. Coyne, Byron Jackson, Gilbert Louis Page, Frederick Jacob Oct 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, October 12, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Timothy C. Coyne, Byron Jackson, Gilbert Louis Page, Frederick Jacob

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Pulitzer winner speaks on economic insight • Students elect USGA committee to co-ordinate students, faculty • Tragedy shocks students; Death of senior mourned • Class officers elected; Frosh choose leaders • Chi Alpha sets program plans • UC freshman tops Curtain Club's cast • Editorial • A hall is not a home • Radio-free Canada • A modest proposal, a satire: For preventing dissent and resentment on the Ursinus campus, and for increasing unity of thought • Poker flats open amid dissent; Latest in do-it-yourself dorms • Rebirth of learning anticipated: Fine arts added to curriculum • WRUC goes AM-FM, plans live sportscasts • Impact of EXPO • College Scholars Program to end ...


The Ursinus Weekly, September 28, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Byron Jackson, Lawrence Romane, Frederick Jacob Sep 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, September 28, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Byron Jackson, Lawrence Romane, Frederick Jacob

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Four new instructors added to language • Dorm fiasco creates problems; Seniors lose top priority rooms • Committee announces Parents' Day program • Miss Congeniality title awarded to Betsy Miller in beauty pageant • Baum exhibits local artistry • Frosh learn customs under CCC guidance • Summer election fills ranks with new Board members • Editorial • The Anti-death league • When push comes to shove • In retrospect: Our past editor speaks out • Elegy to a country campus • Student shortage threatens U.C.: Private colleges face danger • Smoke clouds marijuana issue • Soul Brothers and somethin' kinda new • Drs. Wagner recuperate • Phi Chi chapter • Directors lead drive • New dam, roads ...


The Ursinus Weekly, June 5, 1967, Herbert C. Smith Jun 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, June 5, 1967, Herbert C. Smith

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Rev. Longsdorf conducts Baccalaureate services • Distler speaks at Commencement; Noted educator addresses class • Chapter names new members • Seniors receive prizes; Underclassmen honored • Ursinus honors Beinecke; Awards honorary degree • English Dept. announces promotion & retirement • Board increases allocation to student activities fund • Editorials: Good-bye to all that; State of the play • Commencement, 1967 • Second year for "I Madrigalisti" brings more performances, renown • Scholars honored in Class of 1971 • Mr. Richter promoted; Estes succeeds him • European seminar tours 6 countries • Greek gleanings


The Ursinus Weekly, May 18, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Gene Searfoss, Byron Jackson, Janet Houska May 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, May 18, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Gene Searfoss, Byron Jackson, Janet Houska

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Barbie Grimm reigns as Queen • Governments unify; Constitution ratified • Debating Club offers promising future • Classes elect officers, maintain status quo • Hartzells, Staigers plan vacations • Editorial: Perhaps progress; U.C. goes Madison Avenue • What price, life? • A silent naked song • Letters to the editor • The language lab: How to make it work • Traditionally dry campus wet for I.F. weekend • New library to be constructed as part of building bonanza • The time has come to end the draft • Rite of Spring observed under benign influence • Rainouts hurt Bears, lose three games • Girls' net win, 3-2, evens year's mark • MAC records ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 4, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Gene Searfoss, Byron Jackson, John S. Picconi, Frederick Jacob May 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, May 4, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Gene Searfoss, Byron Jackson, John S. Picconi, Frederick Jacob

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

USGA constitution needs approval; Student referendum vote May 9 • Spring Festival features musical, play, concert • Agency concert to open Spring IF • Ursinus wins chem honors • Colorado downs UC team in first College Bowl match • COMSAF voices committee support • Behenna, Atkinson elected new YM-YWCA officers • Editorial • Letters to the editor • Southwestern is the scene for liberal intolerance • Intimacy • Campus Chest report • Marat-Sade shocks, edifies our reviewer • Coming attractions • Batsmen top Jays, extend log to 7-2 • Bears beat PMC, break loss streak • Spirit, balance rate Cindermen "great" label • JV lacrosse team tops Moravian, 8-4 • Girls' tennis team sweeps Moravian • Bearettes top Penn ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 20, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Judy Schneider, Frederick Jacob, Kenneth Macleod Apr 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, April 20, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Judy Schneider, Frederick Jacob, Kenneth Macleod

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Artist team opens show • Meistersingers tour, sweep New England • College Bowl contest welcomes UC team • Students, faculty combine efforts • Betsy Miller wins Miss Mont. Co. title • Showboat on Delaware, juniors sponsor voyage • Genuine carnival concludes Campus Chest activities • Editorial • Endless policy changes harass concessionaires • Letters to the editor • Fuse complicates Happening; Audience reactions electric • Students devote time to retarded children • UC coeds cop curfew change constitutionally • Losing's too easy for tennis team • Girls' softball win features long ball • Shuman leads baseball team to three early season wins • Trackmen shatter Marks, edge Swarthmore, 72-68 • Netmen outclassed in lopsided defeat • Girls ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 6, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Judy Schneider, Gene Searfoss, Byron Jackson Apr 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, April 6, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Judy Schneider, Gene Searfoss, Byron Jackson

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Campus Chest drive '67 sponsors new activities, revives old traditions: Handicapped find home; War & orphans; Retarded benefit; Penny bear; Fashion show • U.C. Happening • Murray braves ban, speaks to students • Men's quad rises for Fall occupancy • Ruby appoints editors, staff • U.C. introduces fine arts • Editorial • Reflections on Vietnam • Hunger, thirst and sex • Letters to the editor: Alumni, poet, students protest Helfferich's decisions • Mag Men: "Soul" sound success • Pledging time at U.C. • The Ursinus establishment: Alienation from reality • More Campus Chest: Jessie Royer-Greaves founder of school; Children receive care at crowded orphanage • New course offered: Suicide 1, 2 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 16, 1967, Lawrence Romane, Herbert C. Smith Mar 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, March 16, 1967, Lawrence Romane, Herbert C. Smith

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Curtain Club presentation of "Look back in anger" nears • "Mardi gras" at the Senior Ball • Herb Smith named editor of "Weekly" • 1967 Cub and Key chosen • Draft system reorganized: National lottery announced; College and graduate deferments may end • Forum: U.S. confrontation with China; Former State Department official to speak April 14 • Editorial: The Murray murder • Living near t-phone no longer such fun • Paperbacks, ramparts, and a good-bye • "The sometimes not benign influence of Christianity" • "Green and white, you're looking good tonight": Demas and Tau Sig win Songfest • History column • Look back in anger a "new experience" • Letters to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1967, Lawrence Romane, Mort Kersey, Chuck Broadbent, Herbert C. Smith, Loretta Wagner Mar 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1967, Lawrence Romane, Mort Kersey, Chuck Broadbent, Herbert C. Smith, Loretta Wagner

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Pumpernickel Players success, Zoo Story, Sandbox postponed • Weekend social activities continue on U.C. campus: The Magnificent Men welcomed • Senior class presents "Mardi gras" • Dr. Howard receives research grant: National Science Foundation honors noted biologist • Protection from whom? • Common market: Dr. Andre Philip to speak March 8 • Editorial: Conservatives in the guise of liberals • Letter to the editor • Frosh asks for guidance to decipher "Clarkanese" • Success of Drifters to assure survival of "gutty" Agency: Meritz cites own group IF Council for comeback • With all the warts: James G. Clark • History column • Hinkle calls chapel cutdown "compromise"; Promises cultural emphasis in ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1967, Lawrence Romane, Herbert C. Smith, Mort Kersey, Frederick Jacob, Lewis Bostic Feb 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1967, Lawrence Romane, Herbert C. Smith, Mort Kersey, Frederick Jacob, Lewis Bostic

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Lorelei, the Drifters, and winter I.F. highlight February social events: Winter weekend approaches; Rock and roll comes to Ursinus; Lorelei lures "Ye Gods" • 1967 Whitians chosen • Color Day approaches • U.C. singers tour in Feb. • Chapel changes • Sheriff speaks • Scholarship to Scotland available to Ursinus sophs • Editorial: Fact over fiction • Clark visit stimulates appeal to government • Letter to home: Uses for Wismer Lounge confuse UC freshman • "The play's the thing" • Curtain Club to collaborate with Pumpernickel Players: Will produce two plays in upcoming month • Letter to the editor • History column • Bears lose to Swarthmore 70-67 • Grapplers fall to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 19, 1967, Lawrence Romane, Herbert C. Smith, Lewis Bostic, Byron Jackson, Josi Short, Kenneth Macleod Jan 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, January 19, 1967, Lawrence Romane, Herbert C. Smith, Lewis Bostic, Byron Jackson, Josi Short, Kenneth Macleod

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Kutztown artists exhibit works: Art show in Wismer • Siren's screams entice Ursinus men • A look toward activism: Selma's sheriff to address Ursinus • DuPont grant develops CMP • Groans result from fad of new profs • Who's Who honors eight seniors • 2 one acts • G.E. College Bowl hosts U.C. team • U.C. gives to art rescue campaign • Students miss MWA • Final examination schedule • Editorial: A ten dollar bill? • Weekly staff remnants fill Kersey void? • History column • Blues for Mr. Malcolm • Ursinus College makes screen debut with promotions, movie spectacular: Paar narrates, students act in candid color • Ursinus' high ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 8, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Mort Kersey, Herbert C. Smith, Melvyn H. Ehrlich, Barry Feierman, Lewis Bostic, Allen Faaet Dec 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, December 8, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Mort Kersey, Herbert C. Smith, Melvyn H. Ehrlich, Barry Feierman, Lewis Bostic, Allen Faaet

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Two new soloists to appear in Messiah • Tiffany jewels dazzle Prom-goers • Agency brings Odetta to U.C. campus: Contralto to appear here Saturday • Career center • Seasonal festivities include Xmas banquet • Esso foundation grant • Curtain Club scores with "The Crucible" • Scholarships • Focus prints • Editorial: The Ursinus meal • Go you Bears! Or, glimpses into the rich and varied past of Grizzlies • Letter to the editor: Chapel examined • Book review: Is Bokonon dead? • The Crucible: A play for all seasons • Recent school blaze injures two Ursinus volunteer firemen • "Project Earth turnabout" is new Ursinus plan to stop Red missiles • Bears top Delval, Campbell ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 10, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Timothy C. Coyne, Gayle Byerly, Herbert C. Smith, Allen Faaet, Mort Kersey, Linda Richtmyre, Lewis Bostic, David Campbell, Frederick Light, Barry Dickey Nov 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, November 10, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Timothy C. Coyne, Gayle Byerly, Herbert C. Smith, Allen Faaet, Mort Kersey, Linda Richtmyre, Lewis Bostic, David Campbell, Frederick Light, Barry Dickey

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Delta Pi's queen reigns at annual Homecoming • U.C. students aid delinquents • Founder's Day emphasizes church relationship: Three honorary degrees conferred • U.C. poetry reading • CBS reporter to speak at Forum • Behind the scenes innovations • Faculty team at War College • Local businesses educate employees • Editorial: Salvation; The moon is down • On cinnamon and seething • Letters to the editor: If you can't win fairly, cheat? • Book review • New faculty building announced; Program gains momentum • Freeland's ghost laments disrespect for traditions • Lyndon Johnson in Collegeville? Recent visit proves possibility: Receives giant welcome from Polish • Dickinson tops Bears in ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 19, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Charles Yerger, Herbert C. Smith, Frederick Jacob, Kenneth Hopkins, Frederick Light Oct 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, October 19, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Charles Yerger, Herbert C. Smith, Frederick Jacob, Kenneth Hopkins, Frederick Light

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Salem witch trial to be presented • Y announces Fall activities: Discussions highlight year • Alumni return to U.C. campus: Parties, luncheons, and game • Evening School expands • New faces among faculty: Seven depts. make additions • Homecoming Queens • Trade Commissioner speaks • Editorial • Pep rallies? Students never notice as cheerleaders, band play on; Kids talk during exercises • Super cools disillusion frustrated frosh • Society of the Sigma Xi • M.S.G.A. trial results • Fetterolf men go athletic • Book review • Radio station may offer solution to campus communication problems: Student opinion to dictate length of daily shows • Curfew for women attacked • For Wismer concert ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 6, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Herbert C. Smith, Donald G. Baker, Allen Faaet, Chuck Broadbent, Josi Short Oct 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, October 6, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Herbert C. Smith, Donald G. Baker, Allen Faaet, Chuck Broadbent, Josi Short

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Cultural opportunities abound at U.C. during 1966: Art exhibit • Orientation brings return of the dink: Red and gold revived on the U.C. scene • U.C. hosts parents on October 8 • Politics main theme of Forums • Record enrollment • NSA tests open to upperclassmen • Academy of Music sponsors student concerts • Luxurious new dorms opened • Editorial • Frosh meet challenge of matriculation blues • Letters to the editor • Book review • What's in a name? You'd be amazed! • New cars, big engines in news • Wilkinson's inmates undismayed by unfinished state of dorm • Booters strive for coherence, consistency • Bears impress in scoreless ...


The Ursinus Weekly, June 6, 1966, Lawrence Romane Jun 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, June 6, 1966, Lawrence Romane

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Past Ursinus graduates return for festivities • New face for Loyalty Fund • Holbrook speaks at Commencement • 22 top seniors awarded honors at Commencement • Messinger retires after years of service at UC • Laughlin receives alumni award • Dr. R. S. Howard named to "Who's who in science" • K. Ferguson wins Calif. fellowship • Editorial: Decision and challenge • Interesting demolition on campus • Placement • Greek gleanings • Women's Spring teams end a good year: Will lose 11 seniors • Star athlete to graduate • Daniel Daywalt, Night School grad • Two top seniors honored June 6


The Ursinus Weekly, May 16, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Robert S. Laughlin, Charles Yerger, Kenneth Macleod, Mort Kersey, Charlotte Frost May 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, May 16, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Robert S. Laughlin, Charles Yerger, Kenneth Macleod, Mort Kersey, Charlotte Frost

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

1966 Summer reading program: Contemporary problems to be stressed • Ursinus College Summer School • Greek's I-F Weekend success in the sun: 400 attend May 13, 14, 15 blast • Radio station supported by poll results • Linda Pyle awarded European study grant • M.S.G.A. officers • The Morn' after the nights before: Or Monday after I.F. • Final examination schedule • Editorial: Greek weekend • Students transfer to other colleges in search of school best for them: But 50% more stay at UC than at average college • Rare statue of Irish martyr found in Trappe antique shop • Lacrosse team rolls over WC and ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 9, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Susan U. Lynch May 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, May 9, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Susan U. Lynch

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Student governments to merge: Campus opinion favors merger; Next year seen as likely time • MSGA representatives announced: Elections held, merger or not • Pettit advises men on draft • Bang up job on Spring Festival • Campus Chest adds new charity • Editor reviews The Tender Trap • Editorial: But why merge? • Letters to the editor • Powerful scope atop Pfahler shoots moon, stars, planets: Students, faculty view galaxies millions of light years away • S-ball team swamps Penn; Loses to WC in 13 innings • Troster wins pair; Bears lose to Drexel • Women's tennis team splits 2 matches • UC thumps Albright, falls to Leb. Valley • New ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 2, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Samuel Totaro, Timothy C. Coyne, Karen L. Wanner, Marge Mckeon, Mary K. Meyers May 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, May 2, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Samuel Totaro, Timothy C. Coyne, Karen L. Wanner, Marge Mckeon, Mary K. Meyers

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Demolition in store for Supply" • New officers take over • Campus Chest proceeds break all records • Band concert • Free seating, love it or starve! • Job opportunities • Dr. Caroline Doane to teach at Miles College • Editorial: The student and the Draft • Dean's List student ignores blindness: Penny Wright succeeds in college but history soothes her to sleep • Faculty members "immortalized" by Beta Sig's poll • Three English Comp professors use New Key to stimulate frosh • Letters to the editor • Netmen win one of four • Trackmen lose to PMC, mile relay decisive • Lacrosse team drops 2nd in ten years • Women's tennis ...