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The Ursinus Weekly, December 17, 1945, Jane Rathgeb Dec 1945

The Ursinus Weekly, December 17, 1945, Jane Rathgeb

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Councils to plan traditional dinner, Christmas dance • Y plans retreat for January 18, 19, 20 • Dramatic group names committee chairmen • December '46 to mark Oxford award renewal • Soloists, choir of hundred voices blend in successful "Messiah" presentation • Forum speaker urges better understanding of foreign policy aims • Students present Christmas musical • Lantern displays literary talent • Bob Baroll captures Y amateur show prize with feats of magic • Council needs $485 to attain goal as campaign nears climax • McClures honor upperclassmen • Dean Kline and Dr. Lentz to lead traditional candlelight service • Dr. Maurice Armstrong awarded Frank S. Brewer prize for book • Canterbury Club ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 10, 1945, Jane Rathgeb Dec 1945

The Ursinus Weekly, December 10, 1945, Jane Rathgeb

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Christmas theme lends holiday spirit to ball • Lecture by Dr. Charles Haines, "The Messiah" presentation, talent and variety show sponsored by Y.W.-Y.M.C.A., to be featured in eventful week on Ursinus campus • Y to award prize to winner of talent show • Forum to feature Ursinus alumnus as guest speaker • Debaters to discuss atomic bomb question • Council attains halfway point in victory loan drive • Dr. Kate Hansen speaks at international night • Sorority bids accepted by sophomores in finale of nerve-racking rush week • Mrs. Nellie Price assists nurse • Ruby staff sets publication date; orders will be taken soon ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 3, 1945, Jane Rathgeb Dec 1945

The Ursinus Weekly, December 3, 1945, Jane Rathgeb

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. Philip to direct annual production of choral oratorio • Victory loan campaign to be sponsored by women's student council committee • Dr. Kafera-Smart to be guest speaker of Y's on international day • Senior's Christmas ball to feature music by Ken Keely and Terry O'Day • Freshmen elect Barker to class presidency • Rosicrucians honor 9 new members at party • Mimi Keech chosen for leading lady in murder mystery • Freshmen down sophs in debate last week • IRC to welcome new members tomorrow night in Shreiner Hall • Medical aptitude test to be given • Sororities start rushing tonight • Y seeks talent for ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 12, 1945, Jane Rathgeb, Lois Cain Nov 1945

The Ursinus Weekly, November 12, 1945, Jane Rathgeb, Lois Cain

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Largest freshman class enrolls as college begins winter schedule • L. J. Starer presents picture of Navy unit at farewell dinner • Hospitalized vets start new courses of study • Council sponsors new dorm elections • War fund drive begins Tuesday under WSGA • Four new members join Ursinus teaching staff • Men elect Harrity to head council • Governor Martin to speak here at 75th anniversary • Students return to alma mater • Sailors, students given certificates and degrees at college convocation • Vocal scholarships to be given freshmen girls after auditions • Sophomores determine frosh fashions • Franklin I. Sheeder addresses gathering at vesper service • Coeds attend dancing class for ...


The Ursinus Weekly, June 25, 1945, Jane Rathgeb, Jane Day Jun 1945

The Ursinus Weekly, June 25, 1945, Jane Rathgeb, Jane Day

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Bond drive tops goal to enable purchase of two Army ambulances • Board of Directors appoint new instructors to faculty • Ursinus presents degrees to fifty-five at seventy-fifth annual commencement • Rev. Bomberger gives sermon at Baccalaureate ceremony • Prizes awarded to honor grads for scholastic, athletic work • Dr. McFarland addresses grads on "the ethics of pretension" • Coed leaders installed at W.S.G.A banquet • Girls will occupy Brodbeck as dorm • Betty Carr will serve as Rosicrucian president • Naval officers to teach summer term courses • Four Navy men receive orders for midshipmen, ROTC training • Activities committee to meet • Dr. McClure represents Ursinus at ...


The Ursinus Weekly, June 11, 1945, Jane Rathgeb, Marian Martin Jun 1945

The Ursinus Weekly, June 11, 1945, Jane Rathgeb, Marian Martin

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Forty Ursinus V-5's to be transferred to Washington, D.C., at end of semester • Alumnus to lead Baccalaureate; doctor to speak at graduation • Guest pastors lead church discussions • Bond drive needs $105 to reach goal • Dr. Carter to teach history at Denver U. after 17 years here • Sororities choose officers for '45-'46 • Schroeder to head next year's sophs • Ruby will not be out by June 25; copies will be sent by mail • Debaters hold annual banquet as farewell for club adviser • Ursinus alumni cancel meeting • George MacNeal named king of the June as spring fandancy presentation ends ...


The Ursinus Weekly, June 4, 1945, Jane Rathgeb, Irene Suflas Jun 1945

The Ursinus Weekly, June 4, 1945, Jane Rathgeb, Irene Suflas

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Y members attend retreat to plan future activities • Navy ball is success as band takes spotlight • Bond drive nears goal as Joy Harter gains lead in pin-up contest • Bob Geist to lead seniors next year; Lois Wilson re-elected as junior head • Students choose Curtain Club head for summer term • Msgr. Hawkes to speak at religious gathering • Four seniors obtain permanent positions • Ada M. Fisher establishes prize to be given at commencement • Girls give dance for war veterans • Dick Hunter speaks on eternal second chance • Civilian men to give original version of spring fantasy tomorrow evening • Letters to renew jobs, scholarships ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 21, 1945, Adele Kuntz May 1945

The Ursinus Weekly, May 21, 1945, Adele Kuntz

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Plans announced for full program on Parents' Day • Elections to be held tomorrow to select new campus leaders • Susan Bellis, Elaine Loughin to play leads in production of Royal Family on May 25, 26 • Navy to feature Elliot Lawrence at dance, June 2 • Sororities to give party at Valley Forge, May 29 • Corsages must be ordered tomorrow • English Club to hear review of Frank P. Adam's book • Speaker gives illustrated talk at pre-med meeting on Tuesday • Dining roomers eat food peacefully as tray-toters brave steps, steam, etc. • Emery Nelson to speak at forum Wednesday • Group to discuss security plan ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 30, 1945, Adele Kuntz, Lois Williams Apr 1945

The Ursinus Weekly, April 30, 1945, Adele Kuntz, Lois Williams

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

May Queen nominees are announced: Peg Hudson, Betty Umstad, Betsy Clayes • WSGA to hold contest for model boy or girl to boost bond drive • Junior prom takes spotlight as Mayfair returns Saturday • Ray Cranston to leave for Shoemaker, Calif. • Armless pastor to speak on veterans' handicaps • Nature emphasized in vesper speech • Play cast is complete as production begins • Freshman hop features booby prizes, program • Room deposits must be made prior to May room drawings • Ruby photos to include sixth term pre-meds • Legion offers $500 in essay contest • Students stricken with curious malady; illness called surprisechem examinitis • Mid-week dance is successful ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 12, 1945, Adele Kuntz Mar 1945

The Ursinus Weekly, March 12, 1945, Adele Kuntz

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Freshmen choose representatives to WSGA, WAA, YW • Joy Harter resigns as Weekly co-editor • Alberta man, Ken Schroeder to sing leads in "Sweethearts" to be presented April 13,14 • Speaker receives honorary degree as twenty are graduated at mid-term • New students include freshmen and veterans • "B" list includes 48 civilians, Navy • New rec center regulations introduced • B. Cassatt, B. Tyson to debate against Penn State team here • Ruby drive starts; deadline is March 24 • Hunter addresses vespers; stresses internal devotion • Ursinus Circle to award $15 for original May pageant • Library stacks to open to B listers this week • Local churches to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 12, 1945, Joy Harter, Adele Kuntz, Henry K. Haines Feb 1945

The Ursinus Weekly, February 12, 1945, Joy Harter, Adele Kuntz, Henry K. Haines

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Rev. A. Z. Schellhase to address grads at exercises Feb. 24 • Students aid scrap drive as everybody gets little white notes • Jenkins excels as "murderer" in "Night Must Fall" production • Navy students receive orders to new units • '944' tea honors new Rosicrucians • T. Kandahl speaks on postwar Norway • Students to present recital on Thursday • Mermaids to form new campus club • WSGA is frowning on dungarees, slacks for campus wear - (for P. E. classes, okay) • Get in the swing with spring, young man, and send your secret love a valentine • Partial schedule announced for Ruby organization photographs • Oddities of Europe: Lietenstein ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 5, 1945, Adele Kuntz, Joy Harter, Henry K. Haines, Irene Suflas, Justine Richards Feb 1945

The Ursinus Weekly, February 5, 1945, Adele Kuntz, Joy Harter, Henry K. Haines, Irene Suflas, Justine Richards

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Banquet, ball top memories of past for record crowd • Sororities adopt rules regulating rush season • Dramatic group to present "Night Must Fall"; Florence Cherry, Warren Jenkins are leads • Y holds retreat to plan activities • College board reveals changes in calendar • WSGA open "big business" at games • Rev. Adams addresses college church groups • YMCA elects Chiaravalloti to head campus organizations • Lombardo to feature new sentimental song • Miss Snell is on advisory board for health pamphlet in library • What will be the future of foreign trade? • Coeds convert losing halftime score to 24-23 win over women marines, here • Wrestlers, basketeers defeat Swarthmore ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 15, 1945, Joy Harter, Adele Kuntz, Henry K. Haines Jan 1945

The Ursinus Weekly, January 15, 1945, Joy Harter, Adele Kuntz, Henry K. Haines

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Thespians to give mystery drama of unusual record • Stardusters, band plan "solid" swing musical • Discussion, dance to feature 'Y' activities for this weekend • Students give views on racial prejudice • Ball chairmen plan theme and banquet • "Stilla lookin" advises Lorelei lorn as local Sadie Hawkins' Day approaches • Carney's talk advises correction of troubles • Debate clubs hold intramural contest • New Yeoman has seen action in 4 invasions • Friday is Lantern deadline • Men's student council sponsors evening dancing in rec center • Rev. Platts explains prayer book at meeting of Canterbury Club • Ethel Fehrle '46, is engaged to Lt. Doane, Penn graduate ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 8, 1945, Joy Harter, Adele Kuntz, Jane Day Jan 1945

The Ursinus Weekly, January 8, 1945, Joy Harter, Adele Kuntz, Jane Day

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Y to hold inter-racial day Wednesday, plans full week-end for January 19-21: Discussions, dance and tea are scheduled for annual event; Seminary student to be speaker; Oriental youths to be guests • Warren Jenkins, Florence Cherry to lead all-new cast in suspenseful drama • Barn dance to feature music by Sanderson; affair is "Y" sponsored • Debaters discuss labor, conscription • Ursinus Sadies pursue as Lorelei approaches • Pre medical society to exhibit optical film tomorrow evening • WSSF makes plea for funds to assist fellow students of distressed countries • Chinaman speaks at Sunday service • Bill Reilly is chairman of Navy ball, February 2 • Weekly staff ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 4, 1944, Joy Harter, Jane Day, Adele Kuntz, Marian Martin Dec 1944

The Ursinus Weekly, December 4, 1944, Joy Harter, Jane Day, Adele Kuntz, Marian Martin

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Monaco accepts presidency of class at traditional freshman banquet • Prom, tea, show to capture limelight of senior week-end • War brings feminine touch to Freeland Hall -- first time in history • WSGA will sponsor equipment contest for war loan drive • Alumni take part in vesper service • Professor Michael dies; taught education, math • Youth conference draws 240 delegates to college • Speaker tells of nursing openings • Dramatic group hits all time "low" as hordes attend meeting • Girls adopt Ursinus blazer • Registrar to represent college • English Club admits eleven; meets tonight at Dr. McClure's • Pre-meds to see scientific movie • John Bates to speak to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 13, 1944, Joy Harter, Marian Bell, Helen Mckee, Margaret Brunner, Adele Kuntz Nov 1944

The Ursinus Weekly, November 13, 1944, Joy Harter, Marian Bell, Helen Mckee, Margaret Brunner, Adele Kuntz

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Hechert asserts France needs place in post war world • Students cooperate with WSGA to raise $350.45 for war fund • Senior weekend will feature formal dance, December 8th • National Who's Who to honor eleven Ursinus seniors • Collegians resume rehearsals tonight • Advisory board gives campus fashion show for freshman girls • Booster committee begins work to promote student activities • Salty sailors relate their tales of action • Vespers theme is prodigal son story • Preceptresses assume duties in new dorms • Organization heads to meet • WSGA holds dessert for frosh • Ursinus grads return to campus for Old Timers' Day Saturday • Frosh to meet heads ...


The Ursinus Weekly, September 15, 1944, Joy Harter Sep 1944

The Ursinus Weekly, September 15, 1944, Joy Harter

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Traditional bonfire to be lighted tonight as Swarthmore game opens '44 season • Third Navy ball to be held Saturday evening in Thompson-Gay gymnasium • Navy to sponsor aquacade showing warfare aquatics • Curtain Club to present "Hay Fever" Noel Coward's comedy, on October 6, 7 • Reorganized men's council explains rules to civilians • Forty girls to return for physical-education program; teaching course begins • Rev. Rockel discusses six pillars of peace at vesper service • Pre-meds leave October 1; students get teaching positions • Navy men address pre-med society • Memorial services held for former Weekly editor • IRC to discuss race topic • Concerts to follow ...


The Ursinus Weekly, July 17, 1944, Joy Harter, James Money Jul 1944

The Ursinus Weekly, July 17, 1944, Joy Harter, James Money

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

First decks play ball tonight in starting game of schedule • Library will present concert this evening • Actors plan play; dramatists have new regulations • Committee plans summer schedule • V-12 men now outnumber civilians as summer semester opens here • Assembly to be held on campus August 7-14 • Students elect WSGA leader • Y projects vary • Norristown pastor addresses Y Sunday vespers service • Andrew Rihl buys Highland Hall twenty years college property • Starer enters V-12 from Pacific area • Customs


The Ursinus Weekly, June 5, 1944, Adele Kuntz, Joy Harter Jun 1944

The Ursinus Weekly, June 5, 1944, Adele Kuntz, Joy Harter

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Next year's class officers elected; Chiaravalloti to head senior class • Navy ball is success through efforts of worrybird and helpers • Patterson-Cranston's big 'sheik' show to be presented Friday night in gym • Ursinus has 78 donors for Red Cross unit • Trinity speaker urges stronger faith in god • Graduates to hear Penn provost speak • Bryn Mawr pastor to address seniors • Lt. Blanche Schultz '41, returns to Florida to resume duties • A birdseye view of the ball - by a gob • Annual Y retreat will be Sunday to make plans for future work • New WSGA officers and members to receive charges Wednesday ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 29, 1944, Joy Harter, Adele Kuntz, Helen Hafeman May 1944

The Ursinus Weekly, May 29, 1944, Joy Harter, Adele Kuntz, Helen Hafeman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Girls elect Betty Dando, Anne Styer, Anne Baird to head organizations • Ken Keely to play for Navy ball Saturday; dinner and entertainment to precede dance • Local men ruined by secret weapon • Quay, Haines to be operetta comedy team in six-sided love tale • Penn provost to give graduation address • "Christian faiths" is Gross' vespers topic • Ten members to be initiated into honorary debate society • Betty Tyson heads debaters; new members elected to club • Collegians to lead jam session featuring 'Foul Five' Wednesday • Dean of dentistry from Temple to address pre-med students • Juniors elect Francis Tisdale Ruby editor for coming year • Curtain ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 22, 1944, Adele Kuntz, Joy Harter, Margaret Brunner, Henry K. Haines May 1944

The Ursinus Weekly, May 22, 1944, Adele Kuntz, Joy Harter, Margaret Brunner, Henry K. Haines

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Operetta success by Victor Herbert to be presented • Colorful pageant and Junior Miss production spell success, good times on Parents' Day • Toulouse tells of his life at Kodiak • Betty Brown to wed Lt. Dando Wednesday • Elections to be held tomorrow for heads of major organizations • Have energy of ideal stresses Rev. Singley at vespers yesterday • Men to present own version of pageant; Here's our tip offs for the take off • Marilyn Smythe weds ensign in Penn chapel • Stassen is presidential choice on campus as result of election • Y frolic to feature contests in swing, waltz, square dancing • Ursinus girls ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 15, 1944, Marion Bright, Henry K. Haines, Betty Kirlin, Irene Suflas May 1944

The Ursinus Weekly, May 15, 1944, Marion Bright, Henry K. Haines, Betty Kirlin, Irene Suflas

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Anita Hess to be crowned queen in gay "Land of Oz" pageant Saturday • Adele Kuntz and Joy Harter become first co-editors of Ursinus Weekly • Junior Miss to show trials and tribulations of an adolescent girl • Lerner stresses internationalism • Carney uses 'courage' as vespers topic • Navy ball to include banquet and show • All coeds vote "yes" to new WSGA setup • Club to hear book reviews by B. Yeager and B. Cooke • Freshmen candidates give debate for club meeting • Robert Mathieu, Ex '42, dies at Penn State University • Bird life abounds on college campus • V-12 jargon proves hardest coed course • Coeds will ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 8, 1944, Marion Bright, James D. Preaskorn May 1944

The Ursinus Weekly, May 8, 1944, Marion Bright, James D. Preaskorn

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Newcomers to take 12 of the 18 roles in Curtain Club play • Dr. Max Lerner to address community forum on post war problems of our democracy • Beverly Cloud to sing in The Red Mill • Hunter explains pharisees' question • Debate clubs active on national question • WSSF sets up hostels for Chinese students • Students to have last vote on proposed constitution • Ursinus library clock is copy of Big Ben • Blood donor unit coming • Land of Oz dancers, committees at work on May pageant to be given May 20 • Four girls, one boy win $350 open scholarships • IRC elects six members • Miss Spangler ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 1, 1944, Marion Bright, Beverly Cloud, James Money, Henry K. Haines, Margaret Brunner May 1944

The Ursinus Weekly, May 1, 1944, Marion Bright, Beverly Cloud, James Money, Henry K. Haines, Margaret Brunner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Senate proposes government plan with revised laws • Whelan describes sinking of "Wasp" • Characters selected for May Day pageant • Junior Miss, former Broadway success, to be presented here May 19 and 20 • Max Lerner to talk here next week • Haines gives views about immortality • Thespians present The Streets of Hell • Carol Swartley married Saturday to Frank Miller • Lantern reorganizes Creative Writing Club • Mrs. F. I. Sheeder addresses prospective college girls • Martha Franklin, friend of campus boys, is awarded good neighbor orchid • Women's dorm committee to take corsage orders • Mrs. May H. Rauch dies after 18 years at college • Intersorority dance ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 20, 1944, Marion Bright, Jeanne B. Loomis, Henry K. Haines, James Money Mar 1944

The Ursinus Weekly, March 20, 1944, Marion Bright, Jeanne B. Loomis, Henry K. Haines, James Money

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Hudson stresses Christian division from rest of world • YM-YWCA to welcome frosh and Navy at Holiday Inn • Lorelei scores a hit with everyone as girls catch men for dance dates • List of new students includes 13 civilians and 9 fleet sailors • Delta Tau pledges twelve new members • Freshman girls get colors at ceremony • Girls vote tomorrow for 1944 May queen • Y's to present musicale with theme of holy week • Mr. D. L. Helfferich heads post-war planning group • WSGA launches drive for Red Cross here • Old man experience gives pointers to both sexes for next turn-about • Betsy Schumaker '46, leads ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 6, 1943, Marion Bright, Richard Clover Dec 1943

The Ursinus Weekly, December 6, 1943, Marion Bright, Richard Clover

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus girls give to war fund drive • Movie will be shown Friday • WSGA to have war stamp booth • Jackie Loughead's orchestra to play at senior ball this Saturday night • Curtain Club to give Jupiter Laughs next • Civil service seeks over 100 draftsmen • Red Cross requests blood donations • Jane Kircher becomes new IRC president • Pre-med society will see medical movies tomorrow • English and Spanish clubs have meetings this week • Y's to entertain students at tea in Shreiner Hall • Head cook at college dies at home of heart attack • Freshmen revel at annual banquet in Freeland Hall - without sophomores • Phys-edders ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 8, 1943, Marion Bright, Irene Suflas Nov 1943

The Ursinus Weekly, November 8, 1943, Marion Bright, Irene Suflas

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Russell C. Johnson resigns at college • Forum to present Miss Sigrid Schultz Wednesday night: Radio commentator to speak on They'll do it Again • Curtain Club to open dramatic season with thriller, Arsenic and Old Lace • Organization heads meet tomorrow night at 7:30 • Ruby will come out if students subscribe • New Supply Store has P.O., soda fountain • Dr. Garrett joins faculty • Seniors elect Marshall • Former Weekly editor engaged to Verna Bock • Women's Club sponsors Valley Forge songmen • Pre-medical students take nationwide aptitude tests • Women drop torch and pick up tray • Stevens departs to enter service: Coach goes ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 2, 1942, J. William Ditter Jr., Marion Bright Nov 1942

The Ursinus Weekly, November 2, 1942, J. William Ditter Jr., Marion Bright

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

First forum hears political, economic stakes of the war • "Unity in diversity" will be subject of interdenominational conference • Council president tells vespers of religion in college • Fathers' Day banquet to feature addresses by Steward and Ditter • "Praise the lord" chaplain attended college during '28 • Old timers' day to feature Gettysburg game and dance • Curtain Club books play tryouts for Tuesday night • Library increases rake-off on books that are overdue • English Club schedules book review for tonight • Former college nurse attending U.S. Army "somewhere in England" • Detwiler, Brunner elected to fill council vacancies • Bayne to address chemists • Bears will be ...