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Ursinus College

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Alpha Phi Omega

1964

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The Ursinus Weekly, September 28, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Dorothy Davis, George Davis Sep 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, September 28, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Dorothy Davis, George Davis

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Sue Harman places in Penna. title contest • Curtain Club programs Fall theater events • Customs continue at UC: Frosh don dinks, signs, socks in annual orientation program • 249 freshmen weather first week of orientation, classes: Arrive Saturday for weekend of preliminary assemblies and introductions • Messiah chorus begins practice • Ursinus receives $1,000 grant from Gulf Oil Co. • Letter to the editor • Young Democrats plan campaign • Three classes participate in Summer program • Something to live up to: Ursinus stars in Inquirer article • 47 freshmen arrive with honors • Teacher exams for student teachers • Poetry contest for students • Dean announces stiffer parking enforcement • UC ...


The Ursinus Weekly, June 8, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Valerie Moritz, John Wirth, Candace Sprecher, Sally Campbell, Constance Laughlin Jun 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, June 8, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Valerie Moritz, John Wirth, Candace Sprecher, Sally Campbell, Constance Laughlin

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Dr. Sturgis retires from faculty after 40 years; Honored by alumni, Saturday • 222 seniors receive degrees at Commencement today; Dr. John Ciardi addresses class and guests • Dr. Roger Staiger given US patent • Whitians select officers • Placement Office report • UC chapter APO chosen to participate in Denver convention • Alumni seek student writers • Editorial: Contemplation • UC hosts Summer assembly: Four denominations represented • Awards presented at WAA banquet • Wagner to attend conference • Paul I. Guest, recipient of 1964 Alumni Award • Student government heads comment on year's activities • Graduation 50 years ago • Permanent class officers announced by seniors • Commencement awards and prizes • New ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 18, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Connie Church, Adele Rentschler, Robert Reed, Candace Sprecher, George Davis, Constance Laughlin May 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, May 18, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Connie Church, Adele Rentschler, Robert Reed, Candace Sprecher, George Davis, Constance Laughlin

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Quipping Ramblers roam through the bluegrass: Group scores with relaxed style • Graduation speakers named: Knettler at Baccalaureate, Ciardi at Commencement;; Updike and Weiss receive honorary degrees • Girls flock east, flee UC doldrums • Faculty upholds MSGA decision: Exception noted in one case • Women program Big-Little Sister activities • Thomas and Moser win in run-off • APO seeks funds for proposed service project • UC freshmen to take part in WIP panel • Doanes take year leave, teach at Miles College • PSEA elects new officers • Editorial: Ursinus men? • War in the name of peace • Letters to the editor • Ruby 1900 edition • Crossettes avenge W.C. loss ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 20, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Connie Church, Kathlene Dolman, Charles Spencer, Candace Sprecher, William Lundgren, George Davis, Constance Laughlin Apr 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, April 20, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Connie Church, Kathlene Dolman, Charles Spencer, Candace Sprecher, William Lundgren, George Davis, Constance Laughlin

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New Lost City Ramblers to close first concert season • Good organization and enthusiasm mark '64 Campus Chest drive: Over $1,500 collected for charity • "Y" to feature fun and discussion at Spring retreat • Spring Festival parts awarded • MSGA officers to be elected Tuesday; Cope and Wirth run for President • Otto Lee sees bright future for college grads • Mackey to speak on African tour • Sororities hold rushing parties • Editorial: Unlimited cutting • U.C. students visit Lincoln; African Negro strife discussed • APO closes books for Asia drive • Letters to the editor • $550 fine levied on book borrowed in 1929 • Next President: Goldwater ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 23, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, John Bradley, Carl F. Peek, Diana Wright, Craig Garner Mar 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, March 23, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, John Bradley, Carl F. Peek, Diana Wright, Craig Garner

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Campus Chest activities will begin April 6th • Craig Hill named Weekly editor-in-chief; Bell, Bradley and Davis will head staffs • Nelson Bortz April 8 Forum guest speaker: Labor - management relations topic • Peek to study in Munich • Miller featured in Cuban program: TV appearance set on "Great Decisions," 1964 • Students and faculty enter benefit show: Talent and auction for Campus Chest • Spring Festival chairmen reveal plans for musical • Informal rush planned in April: Sorority parties • APO seeks funds for amplification system in gym • Students organize to fight against discrimination • Class of '67 sponsors coffee house dance • Editorial: Whatever we've done • Letters ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 17, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, James Hake, David J. Phillips, Carl F. Peek, Barbara Gettys, Robert Shaw, Craig Garner Feb 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, February 17, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, James Hake, David J. Phillips, Carl F. Peek, Barbara Gettys, Robert Shaw, Craig Garner

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Preparations in final stage for Four Freshmen concert • Asian students: APO will begin to collect books for foundation • "Evolution and world federalism" to be topic of Dr. Charles Price • Art exhibit set for weekend • Summer job opportunities • Three sororities begin Spring rush • Traditional Lorelei turnabout held; Dance king crowned, Whitians presented • Freshman pre-med views Christian concept of unity • Women to receive colors Thursday • English Club to hear Harvard poet • Editorial: A bit of discretion, please; Ursinus big time; Apology • Sub-species new theory of race evolution • Review of books • Letters to the editor • After one week the acting Dean: Dr. Vorrath ...