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The Ursinus Weekly, March 17, 1952, Mary Yost, Elizabeth Joanne Heller, Richard P. Richter, Anne Neborak, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., G. Brandon Donahue Mar 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, March 17, 1952, Mary Yost, Elizabeth Joanne Heller, Richard P. Richter, Anne Neborak, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., G. Brandon Donahue

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA reveals penalty plan for cheating • Campus presidential election by ballot planned Thursday • Seminar concludes with talk on philosophy of marriage • Sarah Canan named 'Weekly" editor; Richard Richter to be managing editor • Fireside chat planned by Y • Thespians to act in Penn Olympics • Chinese diplomat to speak at Forum Wednesday, April 2 • Courses listed for Summer term by Dean • "Phila. Story" leaders named • Dr. Carleton Coon tells Forum of cave explorations in Iran • Editorials: Heart of the matter; Some last words; Ike strengthened in N. H. • Letters to the editor • Y delegates attend meeting at U. of P. • Four Ursinus ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 3, 1952, Mary Yost, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf Mar 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, March 3, 1952, Mary Yost, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA devises penalty plan for cheating • Petitions concerning Student Union being circulated • "Sari" committees begin work for Spring musical • Chemical Society lists meeting • Soph hop planned for Friday night • Lorelei proves success for belles • Y to present third Lenten morning watch service • Profs to give "last advice" at Y panel • Spirit workers to reorganize • FTA to see movies • Sororities begin annual rushing week today • 38 accept fraternity bids in signing today at noon • Bauman, Matthews named attendants in May Day court • Group plays set for production • Marriage speaker gives warnings • Beta Sig men give to bloodmobile en masse • Fastnacht party ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 25, 1952, Mary Yost, Jane Gulick, Elizabeth Joanne Heller, Richard P. Richter, Joan Higgins, Jonni Graf, David Hallstrom, Dorothy Griffith, Ted Wenner, Jean Leety, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Dick Bowman Feb 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, February 25, 1952, Mary Yost, Jane Gulick, Elizabeth Joanne Heller, Richard P. Richter, Joan Higgins, Jonni Graf, David Hallstrom, Dorothy Griffith, Ted Wenner, Jean Leety, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Frats begin rushing for new pledges • Sororities to start rushing March 3 • Any student urged to try out for Spring production • Freshman dance to be "celestial" • Group plays postponed • History of Anglo-Egyptian relations traced by speaker • Jeanne Careless chosen queen • Campaign against cutting campus begun by WSGA • Newman Club hears psychology talk • Blood donations sought again here • Piano-violin concert received favorably by Ursinus audience • Economics of marriage discussed at seminar • Fastnacht ball planned by clubs • Editorials: Needed - codified law; Is Korean War necessary? • Student Union ideas given • Five initiated into Rosicrucians society • Canterbury Club holds supper • Engagement • Forum tickets available ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 3, 1951, Mary Yost, Jean Stewart, Evelyn Scharf, Elsie R. Belz, Richard P. Richter, Robert Herber, Jonni Graf, Joan Higgins, Barbara P. Powell, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Sallie Lumis Dec 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, December 3, 1951, Mary Yost, Jean Stewart, Evelyn Scharf, Elsie R. Belz, Richard P. Richter, Robert Herber, Jonni Graf, Joan Higgins, Barbara P. Powell, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Sallie Lumis

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

26 men join frats after rush week • Library used book sale begins today • Chem group lists water program • "Light up the sky" scores hit as first stage offering • "Messiah" features highly-rated soloists • Christmas plans made by WSGA; Lights needed • "Private lives" given as group production by new club members • English Club takes in new members • French Club plans party • Senior ball theme set for Friday • Y panel discusses army conscription • FTA to hear talk on teaching ways • Editorials: A pledge is a pledge; World discusses peace • Bob Herber describes room at University of Bristol, England • Senior prom themes remain centered ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 19, 1951, Mary Yost, Joanne Sherr, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf, Irene Schweitzer, Richard Kiszonas, Dave Hallstrom, Robert E. Armstrong, Marilyn Engleman, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Ted Wenner, Bob Odenheimer Nov 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, November 19, 1951, Mary Yost, Joanne Sherr, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf, Irene Schweitzer, Richard Kiszonas, Dave Hallstrom, Robert E. Armstrong, Marilyn Engleman, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Ted Wenner, Bob Odenheimer

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Four soloists for "Messiah" concert named • Fraternities give out bids; Plan parties next week • Student-faculty talents presented for benefit of Campus Chest fund • Kiszonas is new senior class prexy • Red Cross disbands • WSGA hears plans for Student Union • Forum speaker says religious belief implies skeptical aspect • Curtain rises on "Private Lives" act tomorrow night • Nominees listed for '53 yearbook positions • Curtain Club play set for 2-night run • Student tells of conditions in Russia • Senior ball set • Campus Chest campaign reaches half-way mark • Haverford College student panel to argue army conscription here • Editorials: Thanksgiving, 1951; East is world headache • "Gigi," French ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 29, 1951, Mary Yost, Richard P. Richter, Robert Rosenberger, G. Brandon Donahue, Jonni Graf, Marilyn Engleman, Dick Hector, Sal Fitch, Ed Klein Oct 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, October 29, 1951, Mary Yost, Richard P. Richter, Robert Rosenberger, G. Brandon Donahue, Jonni Graf, Marilyn Engleman, Dick Hector, Sal Fitch, Ed Klein

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Sororities bid upperclassmen during week • Lachman named vice-president • Henning Prentis delivers Founders Day Address • Curtain Club reveals leads for Fall play • Y group hears talk; Four at conference • Pianist to perform in Bomberger Hall on November 8 • Frosh give show; Custom period ends • Junior bazaar slated • Ruby takes photos; Tentative dates set • Movie list made up • Editorials: Alumni spirit; And in this corner; Sororities, fraternities do nothing for Ursinus • Donahue, '51 alumnus, reports on life among Arabs in French Morocco • Letters to the editor • Jones to read Saki at English meeting • Practice teachers look for professional "savoir faire" • Optimistic graduates ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 19, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Donald Stauffer, Robert Jordan, Joanne Nolt, Ford Bothwell Mar 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, March 19, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Donald Stauffer, Robert Jordan, Joanne Nolt, Ford Bothwell

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Greek letter groups take in Spring rushees • "Artist's Life" by Ruth Feidler wins Pageant contest • Students contribute record $175 to drive • Students to take part in Model United Nations talk • Debaters to attend parley • 3 seniors named into honorary dramatic group • Plays feature intense drama • Student vocalists to appear in "HMS Pinafore" • Board names Mary Yost to editorship of "Weekly" • Spring play cast headed by Henry, MacMullen, Grove • "Lantern" out Wednesday • YM-YW committee plans nomination • "Seventh Heaven" to be theme of Junior Prom April 20 • Letters to the editor • Robert Thompson's death was '10 campus tragedy • Track squad ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 12, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Jeanne Stewart, Robert E. Armstrong, Anne Neborak, Robert Herber, Jean Leety, Ford Bothwell, Paul M. Jones, Eugene A. Pascucci, Ed Klein Mar 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, March 12, 1951, Willard Wetzel, Jeanne Stewart, Robert E. Armstrong, Anne Neborak, Robert Herber, Jean Leety, Ford Bothwell, Paul M. Jones, Eugene A. Pascucci, Ed Klein

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Curtain Club groups to give plays on April 3 • Edna Millay's poetry read at lit meeting • Ursinus on TV Saturday • Club to visit Seminary • Pageant planned • Forum to feature newspaper writer at March 14 session • Physiotherapist, dental school head to address Pre-med society • "Speak Easy" hailed as milestone in Ursinus theater work • Fraternities, sororities send out bids as Spring rushing period begins today • MSGA discusses election system • Final tryouts for Spring play to be held Wednesday, Thursday • Livingston gives illustrated talk to large crowd • Dr. Yost at Princeton on "busman's holiday" • Bloodmobile to re-visit • Chess Club ties • "Lantern ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 13, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Jane Hartzel, Robert Jordan, Jane Gulick, Mary Yost, Patricia Garrow, William U. Helfferich, Eugene A. Pascucci, Ford Bothwell, Paul M. Jones, Ralph Ziegler, Jeanne Stewart Nov 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, November 13, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Jane Hartzel, Robert Jordan, Jane Gulick, Mary Yost, Patricia Garrow, William U. Helfferich, Eugene A. Pascucci, Ford Bothwell, Paul M. Jones, Ralph Ziegler, Jeanne Stewart

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Fraternities fete, bid men during week of rushing • First movies of year, Little Men, Great Guns, to be shown on Friday • Debaters to oppose Swarthmore varsity • "Lantern" asks students for Fall issue material • Herbsleb to address IRC Tuesday on international law topic • Chi Alpha to meet Tuesday • 51'ers assume commercial name • Smith tells Forum of status of Britain in trade, economy • "Ruby" launches campaigns for photography and selling • Student authored, produced "Dusty Halo" receives plaudits • YM-YW conducts WSSF and toy-clothing drives • Harris stresses need of developing maturity in religious matters • Dorm at 724 Main wins spirit trophy • Sophs to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 30, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Mary Yost, Robert Jordan, William U. Helfferich, Ford Bothwell Oct 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, October 30, 1950, Willard Wetzel, Mary Yost, Robert Jordan, William U. Helfferich, Ford Bothwell

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Four fraternities institute rushing in first semester • Dr. Miller speaks to IRC on value of United Nations • Forum to present English economist next Monday night • Junior class to sponsor "Shipwreck Ball" Friday • Omwake goes to Virginia • Sportsmen meet in gym • Masquerade postponed • MSGA takes steps toward setting up dorm government • Discussion of domestic and political problems features rally • Sororities on campus open annual week of rushing • IRC to sponsor John C. Kunkel at open forum • Red Cross unit sets up five groups on campus • Philadelphia doctor presents program at pre-med meeting • Yost to present reading • Bud Buchanan is official doughnut-maker ...


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

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

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

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


The Ursinus Weekly, 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, March 20, 1950, Betty Leeming, Donald Stauffer, Jean Heron, Bob Gehman, Jean Leety, Ford Bothwell, George E. Saurman, Joyce Derstine, Joanne Nolt, Emile Schmidt, Douglas Macmullan Mar 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, March 20, 1950, Betty Leeming, Donald Stauffer, Jean Heron, Bob Gehman, Jean Leety, Ford Bothwell, George E. Saurman, Joyce Derstine, Joanne Nolt, Emile Schmidt, Douglas Macmullan

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Moore Karavan to set mood of "April showers" • Councils co-operate on detailed inquiry of food situation • Board names Wetzel to top 'Weekly' post • ICG parley revises state's constitution; makes voting age 18 • Three to undertake department honors in papers, projects • Thespians to offer drama and comedy tomorrow evening • Y chats to feature parleys on purpose of frats, sororities • Engineers improve facilities of WURS to increase range • Freshmen to meet sororities' members • Frederick to direct cast of spring play • Original "Ruby" musical scores hit • Professors discuss European recovery • Debating fraternity names Edwards as new president • Operetta group prepares for post-Easter ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 20, 1950, Betty Leeming, Roy Foster, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Ed Klein, Willard Wetzel, Jack Young Feb 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, February 20, 1950, Betty Leeming, Roy Foster, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Ed Klein, Willard Wetzel, Jack Young

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Yearbook to stage "Horror, inc." night in week campaign • Fraternities welcome 67 as rushing season ends • Organization join to send assistance for schools abroad • Y chats to discuss U.S. foreign policy; Religion week near • Seniors head cast for "Dream waltz", Straus' music show • WAA femmes plan night of minstrelsy, comedy and music • Dean's men capture bitter 110-97 victory over busy b-listers • Thespians to enter "Junior miss" trials for May production • Dr. White narrates Color Day history; reviews progress of Ursinus women • Women to sponsor Senator Wood here • Miller takes leave for speaking tour • March 14 to close '50 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 13, 1950, Betty Leeming, Jean Leety, Ford Bothwell, Donald Stauffer, Ed Klein, Bob Gehman, Joyce Derstine, Fred Nicholls, Frank Edwards, Jean Heron, Bill Helfferich Feb 1950

The Ursinus Weekly, February 13, 1950, Betty Leeming, Jean Leety, Ford Bothwell, Donald Stauffer, Ed Klein, Bob Gehman, Joyce Derstine, Fred Nicholls, Frank Edwards, Jean Heron, Bill Helfferich

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Balladeer Lee to appear for return engagement • Dr. White to return for colors ceremony • Geiger to manage "Weekly" business for spring season • Greek men launch rushing campaigns via party schedule • Rosicrucians honor thirty-seven coeds at after dinner tea • Dramateurs repeat stellar production of play "Pygmalion" • 'Ruby" editors meet first of deadlines after hard-fought battle against time • Yearbook to resort to threats, horror for financial push • Eleven join classes for spring session • Cabinet to finish Y roster Saturday • Dr. Philip accepts position as church choir director • Nelson Wenner wins first prize in lengthy Chesterfield contest • Critical British elections effect us as ...


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, February 21, 1949, Ray Warner, Bob Gehman, George E. Saurman, Roy Todd, Frank Edwards, Fred Nicholls Feb 1949

The Ursinus Weekly, February 21, 1949, Ray Warner, Bob Gehman, George E. Saurman, Roy Todd, Frank Edwards, Fred Nicholls

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Y dance, "7th veil' listed on calendar of week-end events • Rushing week ends as 74 men join frats • Buchanan observes local NSA meeting as council delegate • Actors to present three star feature of dramatic talent • Clarke, Mattson cop leads in Herbert's light musical • Is cheating serious on the Ursinus campus? • Seniors elect Freking, Horner, May Queen's court attendants • "Y" groups discuss economic systems and Christian faith • Dilworth has mild hope for upset in Philly politics • Mermaids win meet with Beaver, 31-22 in season's opener • Coed court team wins; victory third for Ursinus • Preview of athletics outlines full ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 14, 1949, Ray Warner, Jean Heron, Joanne Duncan, Bob Gehman, Richard Hanna, George Saurman, Roy Todd, Fred Nicholls, Bob Herber, Frank Edwards, Jean Stewart, Beverly Johnson, Walter Rohlfs, Sara Weirich Feb 1949

The Ursinus Weekly, February 14, 1949, Ray Warner, Jean Heron, Joanne Duncan, Bob Gehman, Richard Hanna, George Saurman, Roy Todd, Fred Nicholls, Bob Herber, Frank Edwards, Jean Stewart, Beverly Johnson, Walter Rohlfs, Sara Weirich

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Enrollment hits 1009 as 28 new students begin college life • Richardson Dilworth to speak tonight: former mayoralty nominee to expose corruption in Philadelphia government • Floy Lewis named queen • Frats begin rushing week • Lauterbach outlines proposed US policy in mid-week forum • Frosh girls slated to receive colors at annual program • Local NSA leaders choose Philadelphia for convention site • How could your college life be improved? • B-listers take lead by tripping imbeciles • Retreat held by Y; letters to Congress sent by commission • Student life of faculty members uncovered in old yearbooks • Popular couple wins laurels in print for countless services to student ...


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, February 16, 1948, Robert Juppe, Roy Todd, George E. Saurman, Richard C. Wentzel Feb 1948

The Ursinus Weekly, February 16, 1948, Robert Juppe, Roy Todd, George E. Saurman, Richard C. Wentzel

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. Miller discusses pan-American unity at forum conclave • Campus frats accept 51 new members; Apes, Sigma Rho secure largest quotas • 81 students grace this term's 'B list' • Frosh women receive colors at ceremonies marking annual fete • Gettysburg to face debaters tomorrow • Walton tempos please 500 at Valentine hop • Leaders organize student committee • Dr. Chandler guest at pre-legal dinner; foresees promising future for lawyers • Pre-meds hear cardiology discussed by college prof • Pointers on brokerage business given to Bus-Ad group members • Kitchen employee suffers attack • May pageants due March 2; winner receives $15 prize • Sororities plan rushing • FTA to hear professor ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 9, 1948, Robert Juppe, Roy Todd, John Martin, Barbara P. Shumaker, Lois Cain Feb 1948

The Ursinus Weekly, February 9, 1948, Robert Juppe, Roy Todd, John Martin, Barbara P. Shumaker, Lois Cain

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Basketeers grab loop lead by thrashing Swarthmore, 49-38 • Color Day festivities here Thursday; Ursinus Women's Club prexy to speak • Bertel, Widholm set pace as grizzlies register fifth win • Music of Clyde Walton sets tempo for dance at Sunnybrook Friday • Ursinus to debate G-burg next week • Thespians to attempt "experimental theatre" • Dr. Miller forum speaker • Harberger, M. Bell selected for leads in spring operetta • Enrollment augmented by 43 students; 14 seniors complete college careers • Rev. H. C. Baer vesper speaker • Y to hold services during Lent • Goal of 700 subscriptions set by '48 yearbook staff • Brotherhood of St. Paul plans ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 24, 1947, Jane Rathgeb, Charles Idler, Jean Anne Schultz, Helen Derewianka Feb 1947

The Ursinus Weekly, February 24, 1947, Jane Rathgeb, Charles Idler, Jean Anne Schultz, Helen Derewianka

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Students schedule spring activities at meeting Monday • Twenty-two make "B" list of college for spring term • Summer term to run for eight week period from July 7- August 29 • Fifty-six men accept fraternity bids as climax to week of rushing parties • Students to get snowball tickets in supply store • FTA panel gives problems facing beginning teacher • Colors presented to freshman girls by junior advisors • Temptation is topic at vesper gathering • 746 Main St opened to students; M. Hewitt to head dormitory • L. Oddo elected to MSG vacancy • Y to conduct Religion in Life Week from March 12 to 16; speakers ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 20, 1947, Jane Rathgeb Jan 1947

The Ursinus Weekly, January 20, 1947, Jane Rathgeb

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Norman Thomas scheduled to address forum on present economic situation • Mildred Wilson chosen queen in close re-election voting • Is-If Lorelei combine for "snowball" formal at Sunnybrook, Feb. 28 • Y takes over annual turnabout; dance on Feb. 14 WSSF benefit • Debate Club picks D. Evans as leader • Twelve seniors leave in mid-term graduation • Students receive invitations form Rosicrucian group • Junior class elects new prexy; Archie Simons assumes dual job • Souerwine is chosen president of national debating fraternity • Recruits sought for state guard • Charles Idler speaks at vespers; uses twenty-third psalm as text • Thursday is D-day as students, profs prepare for exam ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 25, 1946, Jane Rathgeb, Joan Wilmot, Irene Suflas Mar 1946

The Ursinus Weekly, March 25, 1946, Jane Rathgeb, Joan Wilmot, Irene Suflas

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Varsities to clash in basketball game for feature event of Ruby rally • Rev. Franklin I. Sheeder to terminate position as college registrar July1 • MSGA holds meeting to revise constitution on pre-war basis • Inter-sorority-fraternity dance to mark reorganization of frats on campus • Ursinus honors court kings with banquet, letters • Representatives attend debaters convention • Inter-frat board has first meeting Monday • Ursinus faculty club meets • Pre-meds change membership rules • Carolyn Howells to give report on trip, conference tonight • Peg Singley addresses vespers • Frosh party features get acquainted theme • Christine Franzen reviews book at English club meeting Monday • Lantern requests new writers • Spring weather ...