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The Ursinus Weekly, May 11, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Joanne Sherr, Joan Higgins, Robert E. Armstrong, Dick Bowman May 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, May 11, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Joanne Sherr, Joan Higgins, Robert E. Armstrong, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ed Abramson elected prexy by thespians • Spirit Committee to hold election • Ursinus debaters triumph over LaSalle team, on FEPC • J. Alfred Kaye to speak at commencement, June 1 • Clubs elect 1953-54 heads • Cast receives high praise for "Two blind mice" production • New Y cabinet installed Sunday; Dance planned • Day Study elections decide new officers • Ruth Reed is May queen; Crowned under sunny sky • Seniors win study awards • Quartets present program, Tuesday • MSGA elections to be held Tuesday • Career offer for grads • Freshmen women elect soph rulers; Nesta Lewis to head committee • Editorials: But who shall decide? • Letters to the editor ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 4, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Thomas Mauro, Joan Higgins, Jean Austin, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind May 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, May 4, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Thomas Mauro, Joan Higgins, Jean Austin, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA discusses plagiarism case; Decision rejected • Primary Wed. for M.S.G.A. class officers • Y presidents name cabinet • Sororities elect officers for coming year, 1953-54 • Nominees announced for Curtain Club elections, May 6 • Chem society plans banquet; Officers to be announced • New head waiters chosen • Ursinus-Albright exchange program hears students • Armstrong, Walker are chosen Ruby editors • Pageant, play highlight May Day weekend plans • New MSGA members to be installed, Monday • Retreat combines fun and worship • Doctors speak to pre-meders • Alumni address economics, political science classes • Editorials: Art at last! • Has "book-burning" begun? • Medical schools report on grads • An open ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 27, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Joan Higgins, Robert E. Armstrong, John Osborne, Jean Hain, William Lukens, Dick Bowman Apr 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, April 27, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Joan Higgins, Robert E. Armstrong, John Osborne, Jean Hain, William Lukens, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Y to sponsor panel meeting with Albright • Price, Merrifield, Haines, Hartman to head WSGA, WAA, YWCA, YMCA • May Day dancers prepare pageant for gala weekend • Concert presented by Meistersingers • Fraternities plan May dinner dances • Sororities make plans for shore visits, dinner dances • Group plays to be given • Eight win full scholarships • French teachers' conference held at Ursinus, April 25 • Thespians to give "Two blind mice" • Friedlin crowned queen; Cub & Key honors five • Radomski, Wong elected to pre-med society offices • Class and council petitioning ends Friday • Jones reads from works of Noyes and Lindsay on Tuesday • Editorials: Tradition vs. common sense • I love Spring! • Helfferich named to board • Career offer for grads • Letters to the editor • Are you wasting money? • Alumni news • U.C. co-ed gives inside scoop on life in a boys' dormitory • Ursinus professors are authorities in subject fields • From memoirs of a freshman: "A visit to the Supply Store" • Bears drop track meet to West Chester, 69-57 • Bryn Mawr tops girls in tennis • Baseball team loses, 8-7; But tops Graterford, 7-3 • East Stroudsburg routs Belles, 5-0 • Men's tennis team loses, 5-4 • Belles, Albright vie in softball opener • Court squad downs Chestnut Hill, 5-0 • "Hutch" twirls shut-out; Bears ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 13, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Mildred Mistovich, Robert E. Armstrong, Joan Higgins, Jean Hain, Cheryl Mirgain, Patricia Garrow, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind Apr 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, April 13, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Mildred Mistovich, Robert E. Armstrong, Joan Higgins, Jean Hain, Cheryl Mirgain, Patricia Garrow, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Committee selects YMCA nominees; Profs speak Wed. • May Day pageant has monthly theme • Ursinus entertains Hi-Y • Weekly staff hears C. Lee • Curtain Club prepares for Spring production • Dr. C. L. Chandler heard as speaker at IRC banquet • Fotine to play for Jr. dance • "High class stuff" to be given by junior class, April 17-18 • Candidates revealed for WSGA, WAA, YWCA • Iranian diplomat speaks to forum • Model UN held at Cornell; Dr. Miller advises committee • 35 students eligible to join Pi Gamma Mu • WAA card party tonight • Editorials: Procedure is important • Fry's play well done by Curtain Club group • Dinner ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1953, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Harold Smith, Evelyn Scharf, Cheryl Mirgain, Anne Neborak, Roland Dedekind, Sallie Lumis, Ted Wenner, Dick Bowman, Patricia Garrow Mar 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1953, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Harold Smith, Evelyn Scharf, Cheryl Mirgain, Anne Neborak, Roland Dedekind, Sallie Lumis, Ted Wenner, Dick Bowman, Patricia Garrow

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Sorority bids to be signed Friday noon • Group 2 plays well received • Mary Gillespie to read Burns' poetry at Eng. lit. reading • Van de Putte, first Lorelei king • May Day pageant committee chosen • Dr. Harman speaks at FTA meeting • Cutting campus illegal • Frat council meets; Amends constitution • Library music room reopens • Juniors plan original show for April 17 & 18 • Rev. Bishop to be speaker at last seminar tonight • Forum hears Rev. Detweiler • Dr. Schmidt, pathologist, speaks to pre-med society • 450 college students attend 6th foreign policy institute • Y to show movie "One God" Sunday • 3 French Club members give play in cultural olympics • I.R.C. postpones program • Editorials: Give the campus a chance • Scribe describes literary magazine • Civil service jobs revealed • Weddings • Student librarians sprout gray hairs over daily duties • Advice given to those who ask for letters of recommendation from profs • P.M.C. routs Bears on final half splurge, 76-54 • Mermaids capture meet; Edge Bryn Mawr, 29-28 • Intramural night to be March 16 • Correction made in story on Swett • Parlee victor; Grapplers win • Belles win basketball, lose swimming event


The Ursinus Weekly, February 23, 1953, Sarah Canan, Helen Gardner, Evelyn Scharf, Jean Hain, Joan Higgins, Roland Dedekind, Katharine Hood, Dick Bowman, Dick Guldin, Patricia Garrow Feb 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, February 23, 1953, Sarah Canan, Helen Gardner, Evelyn Scharf, Jean Hain, Joan Higgins, Roland Dedekind, Katharine Hood, Dick Bowman, Dick Guldin, Patricia Garrow

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Summer school subjects to be selected now • 6th foreign policy institute to be Friday • Women elect Ruth Reed as May queen; Janie Hopple as manager for May Day • Y rep attends Bible study conf. • Dr. Harmin to be speaker at FTA Tuesday night at 7 • Jones to show slides • Detweiler to speak on religion in life day, February 25 • Rev. Flynn to speak tonight • Dr. Yost reads short stories at second English lit reading • Debaters defeat Princeton • Play tryouts to be this week; Group two to give plays • $52.92 collected for flood relief • French Club to give play at ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 16, 1953, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Patricia Garrow, Evelyn Scharf, Helen Gardner, Robert E. Armstrong, Helen Lightfoot, Harold Smith, Roland Dedekind, Sallie Lumis, Dick Guldin, Ted Wenner Feb 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, February 16, 1953, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Patricia Garrow, Evelyn Scharf, Helen Gardner, Robert E. Armstrong, Helen Lightfoot, Harold Smith, Roland Dedekind, Sallie Lumis, Dick Guldin, Ted Wenner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dean's Office reveals list of 76 students • Elections for May queen, scheduled for Wednesday • Frosh reps given charge on Color Day • Rules revealed for Alpha Psi • Male quartet to sing for PTA, February 19 • Rules clarified at senate meeting • "Y" dinner held; SRC to conduct seminar tonight • Janet Glaser crowned queen of freshman dance, Friday • Junior class begins casting for original musical show • Sororities choose dinner dance clubs • Seniors make plans for this weekend • Hudock tells pre-med society about heart ills • Sun Oil pres. speaks tonight • Music Club plans tour • Editorials: Plea to 57 students; Mountains out of molehills ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 9, 1953, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Helen Gardner, Evelyn Scharf, Cheryl Mirgain, Jean Austen, Helen Yost, Ted Wenner, Dorothy Griffith, Dick Bowman, Bill Burger, Roland Dedekind Feb 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, February 9, 1953, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Helen Gardner, Evelyn Scharf, Cheryl Mirgain, Jean Austen, Helen Yost, Ted Wenner, Dorothy Griffith, Dick Bowman, Bill Burger, Roland Dedekind

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Mrs. Pancoast to be speaker at Color Day • WAA gives show tonite • Curtain Club picks play; Reveals new raise system • Y invites new members to dinner Feb. 11 • Frosh to give dance Feb. 13 • Sororities schedule dinner dance dates • Alumni office hours posted • 17 new students, 10 men, 7 women, enroll at Ursinus • Thespians to give two plays, Feb. 24 • Bus. ads to hear co. pres • Frats enter rushing week • May Queen elections to be held next Mon. • Larry Miller's orchestra chosen to play at Lorelei • Yost, Jones begin TV lectures on University of Air • Sixth annual foreign policy ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 12, 1953, Sarah Canan, Helen Gardner, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, Helen Yost, Robert E. Armstrong, Maxine Alma Walker, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind, Dick Guldin Jan 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, January 12, 1953, Sarah Canan, Helen Gardner, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, Helen Yost, Robert E. Armstrong, Maxine Alma Walker, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind, Dick Guldin

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Petitions for May queen to start Feb. 2 • Revised final exam schedule • 11 students to graduate this January • Over 200 people hear Earle Spicer sing ballads Wed. • Lucas, Scott join cast of Alpha Psi • Pettit discovers fire in Bomberger chapel • Library has new collection of great books of western world • Campus Chest total is $955.23 • Y commission holds vespers • Frosh class discusses plans; Sets tentative dance date • Chem group to hear speech • Turkish speaker addresses classes Tuesday morning • Frats hold meetings, set date for dances • Movie to be shown in S-12 • 32 girls invited to Rosie dessert • Ruby wants ...