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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

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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

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"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

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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 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 17, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Ed Klein, Roy Foster, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Paul Jones, Donald Stauffer, Ford Bothwell, Dick Hector, Douglas Macmullan, Nancy R. Bare Apr 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, April 17, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Ed Klein, Roy Foster, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Paul Jones, Donald Stauffer, Ford Bothwell, Dick Hector, Douglas Macmullan, Nancy R. Bare

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Junior prom to highlight week's social calendar • Forum to present prominent explorer for monthly event • Students select leaders for WSGA, WAA, and Y • Senator to address PAC Wednesday • IRC group attends model UN assembly • French club plans April piano recital • ICG members help draft constitution • Scientists to participate in Y-sponsored panel • Practices continue for spring comedy • Board names six to Weekly editorial staff • Commission to discuss admittance of Negroes • 'Waltz dream' scores hit with Ursinus audiences • P.A.C. visits Washington on annually planned trip • Swedish books add variety to library language shelves • Alumnus suggests constitution change for alumni ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 5, 1949, Betty Leeming, Roy Foster, Ford Bothwell, Bob Gehman, Jean Leety, Jean Heron, Ed Klein, George E. Saurman, Gretchen Showalter, Joyce Derstine, Fred Nicholls, Jack Young, Mary Ruth Muffley, Joan Kahn Dec 1949

The Ursinus Weekly, December 5, 1949, Betty Leeming, Roy Foster, Ford Bothwell, Bob Gehman, Jean Leety, Jean Heron, Ed Klein, George E. Saurman, Gretchen Showalter, Joyce Derstine, Fred Nicholls, Jack Young, Mary Ruth Muffley, Joan Kahn

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

WSSF drive collects donations of $440 in $1,000 endeavor • Festive air to reign at '50's starlight ball • Wilson and Styres return as soloists for "Messiah" • Women to complete plans for yuletide • Armstrong to give Christmas message • 'Ruby' to complete individuals' orders in picture schedule • Hordern expounds need for revision in foreign policy • Juniors elect head for 'Ruby' business • Oratorio reflects composer's faith • Academy students present concert for campus body • Debaters travel to Rider for novice broadcast meet • Remig wins school with affable nature as maintenance department assistant • Fall play cast scores hit with "Pygmalion" • John O'Hara ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 21, 1949, Betty Leeming, Emile Schmidt, Bob Herber, Bob Rosenberger, Bob Gehman, Joyce Derstine, Willard Wetzel, Donald Stauffer, George E. Saurman, Ed Klein, Roy Foster Nov 1949

The Ursinus Weekly, November 21, 1949, Betty Leeming, Emile Schmidt, Bob Herber, Bob Rosenberger, Bob Gehman, Joyce Derstine, Willard Wetzel, Donald Stauffer, George E. Saurman, Ed Klein, Roy Foster

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Bears trip Crusaders 14-0 to end year • Young passes to victory as student spirit booms • Council to conduct poll on regulations for frosh customs • Local actors prepare for season openers • Y opens toy drive; Plans yule service with singers, actors • WURS plans varied, enlarged setup; to include music, plays, local talent • Students hail team in parade and fete • Scout frat selects Corcoran president • Dr. Cadbury speaks to pre-med group on disease in China • Scholarship winner comes to Ursinus via freighter trip • Spirit reaches peak thanks to efforts of unknown group The quarter-mark • Thanksgiving • WAA freshmen to arrange "sockey-hoccer" scrimmage • Football ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 14, 1949, Betty Leeming, Jack Young, Emile Schmidt, Bob Rosenberger, Mary Ruth Muffley, Jim Johnston, Bob Gehman, Jane Hartzel, Betty Rinear Nov 1949

The Ursinus Weekly, November 14, 1949, Betty Leeming, Jack Young, Emile Schmidt, Bob Rosenberger, Mary Ruth Muffley, Jim Johnston, Bob Gehman, Jane Hartzel, Betty Rinear

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

World traveller extends request for WSSF funds • Y group toy, clothing drive to start next week • Nola Luxford gives pattern for peace in forum address • Two experienced Englishmen to present top-notch production of Shaw's satire • Students to present career conference at Collegeville-Trappe High School • WSGA begins plans for annual party; Names dorm group • Choral group sings at church concert • Frosh customs problem looms again • Sports, barn dance occupy coming weekend schedule • Reception committee plans functions for coming year • Big sisters sponsor party for charges in rec center • Editorial: Recent elections • Students participate in cheers, dancing at week-end events • Human ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 7, 1949, Betty Leeming, Ford Bothwell, Jean Leety, Roy Foster, Bill Helfferich, Ed Klein, Barbara J. Crawford, Jack Young, Dick Hector, Anne Hughes, Joyce Derstine, Emile Schmidt, Fred Nicholls, Bob Gehman Nov 1949

The Ursinus Weekly, November 7, 1949, Betty Leeming, Ford Bothwell, Jean Leety, Roy Foster, Bill Helfferich, Ed Klein, Barbara J. Crawford, Jack Young, Dick Hector, Anne Hughes, Joyce Derstine, Emile Schmidt, Fred Nicholls, Bob Gehman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

G.B. Shaw derides England's language in "Pygmalion" plot • European student enters Ursinus after long delay • Campus Y to boost annual WSSF drive with $1000 as goal • Calendar indicates vigorous, far-flung week-end schedule • Scout men to form service fraternity at meeting tonight • Sommers to appear for "Starlight Ball" • Old timers return for traditional day; Varsity queen rules • Philip organizes 125 for twelfth chorus of famed oratorio • Yearbook to open '49 shooting season • Author-publisher strongly denounces Britain's welfare state as totalitarian • Band, singers plan combined concert • Coeds to cement relations at big-little sister party • FTA offers talk on opportunities ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 31, 1949, Betty Leeming, Bob Rosenberger, Jeanne Stewart, Betty Rinear, Nelson M. Fellman Jr. Oct 1949

The Ursinus Weekly, October 31, 1949, Betty Leeming, Bob Rosenberger, Jeanne Stewart, Betty Rinear, Nelson M. Fellman Jr.

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Fifty sophs accept bids during fall rush season • Varied events to fill alumni homecoming • Helfferichs choose Dolman to manage 'Pygmalion' staging • Luxford to present women's viewpoint in forum address • Fireside chats fill Y weekly schedule Wednesday evening • TKA nominates six at secret gathering • Hayride and masquerade highlight soph week-end • Organizations receive cut in budget appropriations • Chess club downs Lansdale in first match of season • Library display reveals Ursinus customs, history • Editorial: School spirit • Booters beat alumni; yield to Swarthmore • Bears to face F&M on old timers' day • Bruins succumb 34-6 to alert Wagner club • Hockey team bows in ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 24, 1949, Betty Leeming, Fred Nicholls, Doris Fite, Dick Hector, George E. Saurman, Ford Bothwell, Bill Helfferich, Roy Foster, Susanne Deitz Oct 1949

The Ursinus Weekly, October 24, 1949, Betty Leeming, Fred Nicholls, Doris Fite, Dick Hector, George E. Saurman, Ford Bothwell, Bill Helfferich, Roy Foster, Susanne Deitz

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Five coed Greek organizations get set for annual hectic fall rushing season • Grid machine seeks win over Seahawks to avenge '48 loss • Poem reveals hope for beaten athletes • Pep rally precedes senior class dance • Soccer team drops second contest 2-0 at New Brunswick • Garnet drops Bears 20-6 with quick aerial attack • Curtis keeps lead; McMillan triumphs in golfing contest • Court squad opens practice workouts for coming season • Hockey team takes season opener 4-3 against Bryn Mawr • Traveller comes to roost at Ursinus • British lecturer and author to appear at Ursinus rostrum next Tuesday night • "Rusty" Reed heads paint-brush squad in ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 17, 1949, Betty Leeming, Fred Nicholls, Jane Hartzel, Betty Lou Scheirer, Willard Wetzel, George E. Saurman, Ford Bothwell Oct 1949

The Ursinus Weekly, October 17, 1949, Betty Leeming, Fred Nicholls, Jane Hartzel, Betty Lou Scheirer, Willard Wetzel, George E. Saurman, Ford Bothwell

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Millers contribute two chapters to volume in honor of Blakeslee • Bears seek victory over Garnet eleven in traditional fray • Soccer team drops season opener 4-0 to Castle Pointers • Booters select Peterson; Frick leads coed squad • Dickinson runs wild in easy 35-0 triumph • Curtis tops league in campus football; Ping pong to start • Gurzynski discloses cross-country slate • Popular pair views life south of the Rio Grande • Verve and style of '51ers maintain famed tradition of Glenwood quartet • Freshmen elect George Ott president • Frosh cuties massacre burlesque • Students hold rites for departed spirit • Actors' club slates Shaw's "Pygmalion" • Seniors name date ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 3, 1949, Betty Leeming, Jane Hartzel, Nancy R. Bare, Joyce Derstine, George E. Saurman, Donald Stauffer, Jack Corcoran Oct 1949

The Ursinus Weekly, October 3, 1949, Betty Leeming, Jane Hartzel, Nancy R. Bare, Joyce Derstine, George E. Saurman, Donald Stauffer, Jack Corcoran

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

First epistle to the freshmen • Fords to be rivals in home grid clash • Hockey drills start; Frick leads squad • Harriers condition for championships • Bruin eleven yields 21-0 as Drexel breaks streak • Greek prof begins seventeenth season as soccer mentor • Interdorm program set; includes tennis, football • Bears elect leader for grid campaign • Bakermen prepare for season opener • From the sidelines • Kunz, Nicholls go continental • Ursinus star shines in summer theater • Editorial: Senior to frosh • Six assume posts on Ursinus faculty • Forums to include verse and opinions on Arctic, Far East • Teachers j.g. begin trial flights soon • Y to present plans ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 17, 1949, Ray Warner, Joanne Duncan, Ray Macqueen, Bob Gehman, Roy Todd, George E. Saurman, Bob Juppe, Margaret Simcox, Betty Leeming, Fred Nicholls, Helen Pechter, Joanne Kuehn, Walter Rohlfs, Bill Helfferich, Joyce Derstine, Anne Hughes Jan 1949

The Ursinus Weekly, January 17, 1949, Ray Warner, Joanne Duncan, Ray Macqueen, Bob Gehman, Roy Todd, George E. Saurman, Bob Juppe, Margaret Simcox, Betty Leeming, Fred Nicholls, Helen Pechter, Joanne Kuehn, Walter Rohlfs, Bill Helfferich, Joyce Derstine, Anne Hughes

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Lauterbach to address February student forum • Ron Landes selected assistant grid coach • Lorelei will retain turnabout custom, say student voters • Rosicrucian society honors thirty girls at Hobson Hall tea • Variety of careers chosen by eighteen semester graduates • Wednesday deadline made by publishers for "Ruby" material • President's budget, Secretary of State top news of week • Men's council ends work for semester in lengthy session • Which beauty will reign at May festivities? • Flood strikes Ursinus; run for your lives! • Campus cut-up waves "bon voyage" • Sportsmanship • Single tally downs bears at Delaware; final score, 49-48 • Belles rout Albright 44-27 in opening ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 6, 1948, Ray Warner, Bob Gehman, Jean Heron, Steven Arvanitis, Bill Helfferich, George E. Saurman, Joanne Duncan, Ray Macqueen, Roy Todd, John Burton, Frank Edwards, Anne Hughes, Nancy Bare, Ralph Ziegler, Dorothy Garris Dec 1948

The Ursinus Weekly, December 6, 1948, Ray Warner, Bob Gehman, Jean Heron, Steven Arvanitis, Bill Helfferich, George E. Saurman, Joanne Duncan, Ray Macqueen, Roy Todd, John Burton, Frank Edwards, Anne Hughes, Nancy Bare, Ralph Ziegler, Dorothy Garris

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"Who's Who" honors thirteen seniors • Seniors to present year's first formal at local ballroom • Students picked to represent Ursinus in annual edition of campus leaders • Outstanding artists featured Thursday in annual "Messiah" • Sociology studies confirm results of "CORE" racial poll • Students of Ursinus place small value on peace of world • Four IRC members visit State College • Annex gets number one stooper rating • Performance of "Uncle Harry" outstanding • Ursinus students selected to appear in annual "Who's Who" • Don Young tops bruins in all statistics; prize back selected "Player of the year" • Frosh grid squad mangles sophs 13-0 on ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 22, 1948, Ray Warner, George Saurman, Roy Todd, Jeanne Stewart, Carolyn Herber, George Danehower, Jean Heron, Ralph Ziegler, Frank Edwards, Walter Rholfs, Joanne Duncan Nov 1948

The Ursinus Weekly, November 22, 1948, Ray Warner, George Saurman, Roy Todd, Jeanne Stewart, Carolyn Herber, George Danehower, Jean Heron, Ralph Ziegler, Frank Edwards, Walter Rholfs, Joanne Duncan

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Radio broadcasting begun by students over station WURS • Racial prejudice poll completed by 'CORE' • Weekly staff grows to record size as cub reporters join • "Y" asks students to give toys for foreign Christmas • Med schools pick twenty-three for next year's class • "Uncle Harry" set; cast full of talent • What do you consider an ideal weekend? • Crystal ball motif to be used for Senior Ball at Sunnybrook • Cub reporter suffers collapse; visualizes growth of Ursinus • Inscription creates frustration, defeat, malnutrition, scorn • Marsteller perfects apparatus for department of astronomy • Scarcity of squirrels is fall highlight • Belles notch fifth victory by downing ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 8, 1948, Ray Warner, Joanne Duncan, Roy Todd, George Saurman, Frank Edwards, Anne Hughes, Dorothy Garris, Nancy Bare, Walter Rholfs Nov 1948

The Ursinus Weekly, November 8, 1948, Ray Warner, Joanne Duncan, Roy Todd, George Saurman, Frank Edwards, Anne Hughes, Dorothy Garris, Nancy Bare, Walter Rholfs

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Stars and starlets to present talents in vaudeville show • Coeds join sororities as rush week ends • Facts and figures of NSA presented for student study • Lantern adds five to augment staff for November issue • Fall sports dance to highlight varied week-end activities • WSSF drive begins week from today • Prof. to discuss UN at second forum • What did you think of the election results? • Cliff Naylor leaves after two years of kitchen service • College women given the air by indignant male rebuttals • Duck, lassies! Fur flies fast as "Upper-Crust" sounds off • Bowens, father and son, registered in Ursinus soph class • Grizzlies ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 1, 1948, Ray Warner, Roy Todd, George E. Saurman, Bob Gehman, Walter Rholfs Nov 1948

The Ursinus Weekly, November 1, 1948, Ray Warner, Roy Todd, George E. Saurman, Bob Gehman, Walter Rholfs

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Varsity letter list includes 43 athletes • Dewey takes campus elections in landslide as 738 students vote in preview balloting • Thespians select "Uncle Harry" cast • Y members discuss bases for beliefs • Reporter uncovers campus complaints • Ranung, Klein draw capacity audience • Co-operate, mate! The infirmary calls • Sororities throw parties for big rushing campaign • Historical authority meets recent geopolitics seminar • Music department announces date of 11th Messiah presentation • 9 popular films scheduled for 1948-49 movie roster • Three students visit Gratersford prison • Ursinus coeds laud and lament traits of college male • Looks give books familiar brush-off • Bruins face F & M for 45th contest • Seahawks hand grizzlies fourth loss by winning Staten Island tussle 23-6 • Booters drop close one to Swarthmore • Varsity belles take Bryn Mawr tilt; drop close 2-1 Swarthmore decision ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 25, 1948, Ray Warner, George E. Saurman, Roy Todd, Bob Gehman, Jeanne Stewart, Anne Hughes, Donna Weber, Frank Edwards Oct 1948

The Ursinus Weekly, October 25, 1948, Ray Warner, George E. Saurman, Roy Todd, Bob Gehman, Jeanne Stewart, Anne Hughes, Donna Weber, Frank Edwards

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ranung and Klein to offer musicale; program to feature folk songs, arias • Fowler, two profs give party views in opening forum • Campus election slated for Wednesday; enthusiasm runs high among students • 'Y' committees plan numerous activities • Sororities to begin sophomore rushing • Week-end cheerful despite grid loss • Luncheons attended by many ex-coeds • Curtain Club plans show for November presentation • Officers of IRC to attend conference at Penn State • Frosh bear fund reaches $28 in drive to buy new costume • Frosh hold annual banquet with Gene Glick as guest • Chem society begins year; executive committee voted • Ruby will conduct raffle in new ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 18, 1948, Ray Warner, Joanne Duncan, Bob Gehman, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., George E. Saurman, Roy Todd, Carolyn Herber, Fay Horner, Sara Weirich, Clara Hamm, Elizabeth Haney, Jeanne Stewart, Betty Rilling, Anita Frick, Anne Hughes, Nancy R. Bare Oct 1948

The Ursinus Weekly, October 18, 1948, Ray Warner, Joanne Duncan, Bob Gehman, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., George E. Saurman, Roy Todd, Carolyn Herber, Fay Horner, Sara Weirich, Clara Hamm, Elizabeth Haney, Jeanne Stewart, Betty Rilling, Anita Frick, Anne Hughes, Nancy R. Bare

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Sophs apparently foiled as freshmen prexy, Lee Trimble, is safely hidden • WAA introduces '52 to Ursinus sports • Dale White elected editor of Lantern as Wentzel resigns • Football, fun, light fantastic promise successful old timers' day celebration • Forum to feature election discussion • Grads get degrees on Founders' Day • Five men appointed to act with faculty committees • Dressner, Buchanan picked as council representatives • German club plans dinner; to make Philadelphia trip • Thespians greet applicants at first meeting of year • Former student to return in concert with soprano • Frosh show ends customs for men • NSA head requests college democracy • A happy thought for ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 11, 1948, Ray Warner, George E. Saurman, Roy Todd, Frank Edwards, Sara Weirich Oct 1948

The Ursinus Weekly, October 11, 1948, Ray Warner, George E. Saurman, Roy Todd, Frank Edwards, Sara Weirich

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Bishop Corson to speak at exercises honoring college's 79th academic year • Weekly staff sees numerous changes • Haverford trounces bears 26-12 as Ted Test scores four touchdowns, kicks extra point • Alterations cause campus new look • MacQueen elected to council office • Warner-Haines is chosen to play for old timers • Dr. McClure gives address at opening chapel service • IRC names representatives for mid-Atlantic parley • Joe Bechtle views University of Tulsa • Frosh beat sophs in battle of brawn • Spanish Club plans year • Young to receive top football award • MacWilliams heads coed hockey team • Mules to be foe of soccer team • Grizzlies to tackle ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 4, 1948, Ray Warner, Roy Todd, John Martin, Kathleen Mccullough Oct 1948

The Ursinus Weekly, October 4, 1948, Ray Warner, Roy Todd, John Martin, Kathleen Mccullough

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Floy Lewis, campus leader, explains women's student government functions • Enrollment figures reach record mark as 1036 matriculate • Council chooses Chad Alger as prexy; Saurman selected secretary- treasurer • Faculty admits five; Weygandt included • Oops! What's this? B-listers lambast dean's team 77-23 • Cut system altered; Dean lists changes • Large group starts high school duties • Arvanitis picks Ruby staff; Horner, Southall to assist • Phillips to replace Miller as new college registrar • Juniors to hold reception for women of frosh class • Coed tours Europe with church group • First epistle to the freshmen • Visitor gives views on summer school • Callow frosh eagerly ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 31, 1948, Ray Warner, Roy Todd May 1948

The Ursinus Weekly, May 31, 1948, Ray Warner, Roy Todd

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Largest senior class awarded degrees at 78th commencement • Rev. D. Ehlman emphasizes importance of religious faith at '48 baccalaureate • Education and democratic leadership subject of Dr. Stevenson's address • Awards presented to sixteen students at commencement • Eleven seniors secure fall teaching positions • Five profs resign as semester ends • Blum elected prexy of alumni; student union plans tabled • Twenty-three leave school for further medical work • Mr. Barron, new librarian, to take over duties July 1 • Directors name Dr. Paisley to continue as Board head • Sis Bosler chosen top senior athlete • Betty J. Moyer chosen "athlete of the week" • Sport highlights • Top ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 12, 1948, Robert Juppe, Roy Todd, Fay Horner, Dorothy Marple Apr 1948

The Ursinus Weekly, April 12, 1948, Robert Juppe, Roy Todd, Fay Horner, Dorothy Marple

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

November elections and foreign policy to be forum topic • Curtain Club chooses cast for spring play; Hekking has lead role • Critic will discuss Irish poet Yeats • Vesper service led by Dr. Armstrong concludes successful "religious week" • Co-eds nominated for campus posts; election Wednesday • Chairmen, committees for May pageant are selected • All aboard for junior prom - Friday! • "Mikado" cast adds finishing touches • Thespians will stage Irish drama and skit • Red Cross drive nets $83 • Combined language club dance plans proposed by Spanish unit • Sororities to give fashion show • Movies shown to French Club • Newman Club plans party • Shocking findings abound in ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 22, 1948, Robert Juppe, Roy Todd Mar 1948

The Ursinus Weekly, March 22, 1948, Robert Juppe, Roy Todd

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Summer curriculum almost completed; 136 are enrolled • Music of Ray Eberle to highlight Jr. prom • Religious Emphasis Week opens April 7; Yale professor to head speakers' list • 'Late George Apley' tryouts underway; chairmen named • May pageant script selected by judges • Faculty will consider plan for radio station • Irish air pervades gym for soph hop • Story of holy week described at vesper service last evening • Hospital director to talk on use of shock treatment • Ursinus delegates attend regional meeting of I.C.G. • Local principal addresses FTA on subject of school discipline • "Y" fireside chats conducted at professors' homes Wednesday • Chem ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 8, 1948, Robert Juppe, Roy Todd, Richard Wentzel, Fay Horner Mar 1948

The Ursinus Weekly, March 8, 1948, Robert Juppe, Roy Todd, Richard Wentzel, Fay Horner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

AVC submits plans to operate radio station on campus • Students vote thumbs down on UMT following debate in chapel on Monday • Visitor to Ukraine will address forum Wednesday evening • ICG leaders announce plans for convention • New members accepted by campus sororities • TKA initiates three members • Experimental group to stage "Little foxes" here tomorrow • Pre-meds plan dinner dance; Haverford band to supply music • Air force officers to describe aviation cadet and OCS program • Plaudits accorded pianist for recital in Bomberger • Dr. Rice to speak at IRC meeting • Bus-Ad Club to hear talk on salesmanship as career • FTA to hear talk on ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 24, 1947, Robert Juppe, Roy Todd, John Martin, John Burton Nov 1947

The Ursinus Weekly, November 24, 1947, Robert Juppe, Roy Todd, John Martin, John Burton

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Former FFI leader describes political picture in France • District attorney criticizes America's present-day inefficient penal system • Thespians present assorted program in mid-week show • Large group hears Glee Club concert • Quartet sings on WIBG as bookings increase • "Y" fireside groups discuss civil liberties • Chem group learns about fats, baking • FTA meeting features film on teacher-training topic • Vets plan dance on December 3 • Contributions exceed $625 as campus WSSF drive ends • Debating team to journey to University of Vermont • Franklin Institute gives Ursinus new telescope • Dr. Rice shows slides to club • Colorful trips theme of talk • Trinity Church bazaar, movies • Drama ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 17, 1947, Robert Juppe, Dave Laning, Ray Macqueen, Roy Todd, Nancy Twining, Charles H. Williamson, John Martin, Frank Edwards Nov 1947

The Ursinus Weekly, November 17, 1947, Robert Juppe, Dave Laning, Ray Macqueen, Roy Todd, Nancy Twining, Charles H. Williamson, John Martin, Frank Edwards

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Glee Club concert to feature diverse program of choral, instrumental music • Bob Shebley's band scheduled to perform for senior prom • Dr. Miller addresses Ursinus IRC on topic of Argentine fascism • Aspects of communism presented at Y forum by U. of P. professor • Attendants chosen for May Day court • Curtain Club's play cast is completed • Handel's Messiah to be presented here with chorus of 118 and three soloists • Veterans discuss PCA riot; plan for dance December 3 • Alumni join in pep rally to launch Old Timers' Day • Delta Tau to make theater trip • Educational film to be presented ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 10, 1947, Robert Juppe, Roy Todd, Fay Horner, Doris Gill, Charles H. Williamson, John Martin, Rebecca Boswell Nov 1947

The Ursinus Weekly, November 10, 1947, Robert Juppe, Roy Todd, Fay Horner, Doris Gill, Charles H. Williamson, John Martin, Rebecca Boswell

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Guest speaker pictures university life in Czechoslovakia and rest of Europe • Ruby subscriptions aid supply store "queen" obtain new ensemble • F & M football game, Varsity Club hop headline varied old timers' day doings • Mary Carter voted annual May queen • Cast for coming production announced by Curtain Club • Noted educator to address forum on "World in action" • Campus sororities bid thirty-five initiates during rushing week • Musicians begin rehearsals as swing band plans debut • WSSF opens annual drive for funds; to benefit students in war-torn lands • Frosh women introduced to feminine sports by WAA • Dr. Rice to address German Club at November meeting • New gym nears completion; seats for 800 to be constructed • Views on the Marshall Plan • English Club hears book review • WSGA purchases records • Dr. Child well-known as mountaineer; "arrived' with conquest of Matterhorn • Steamship line offers trips to Scandinavia in new essay contest • Student from Iraq finds our grammar easier than Arabic • Pre-meds hear psychiatrist lecture ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 3, 1947, Robert Juppe, Roy Todd, John Martin, Richard Reid Nov 1947

The Ursinus Weekly, November 3, 1947, Robert Juppe, Roy Todd, John Martin, Richard Reid

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Clyde Walton's band to be featured at Varsity Club dance • Subscription drive initiates Ruby week; Yearbook staff cards informal hop • Hohlfeld discusses trip to South America • PMC whips bears in drab tilt, 20-0 • Noted traveler-author to present lectures • Sophomores score hit with eventful weekend • Senate drafts new late pass system • Freshmen set example in "more spirit" week • Penn professor to deliver address at forum session • YM-YWCA holds discussion on inevitability of war • May queen will be chosen at election this Thursday • Nominating committee selected • IRC arranges future programs • Delta Tau plans year's program; to have dinner, theater party ...