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The Ursinus Weekly, May 7, 1956, Lawrence C. Foard, Marguerite Struth, Karl Herwig, William H. Rheiner, David Hudnut, Thomas M. Mccabe, Bruce Macgregor May 1956

The Ursinus Weekly, May 7, 1956, Lawrence C. Foard, Marguerite Struth, Karl Herwig, William H. Rheiner, David Hudnut, Thomas M. Mccabe, Bruce Macgregor

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

College Library vandalized; Files, matting are damaged • Y cabinet meets; New chairmen and leaders named • NSA conference report • MSGA officers to be elected in Wednesday voting • WAA banquet to be held on May 8 • Men's government May 2nd election results announced • Curtain Club to hold elections on Tue., May 8 • Candidates for MSGA presidency state positions on government problems • YM-YWCA retreat held May 4, 5 & 6; Plans discussed • Demas chooses officers • Sigma Rho plans dinner-dance • Annual May Day program to include dances, concert, play • UC Curtain Club to present play on May 11 and 12 • Ursinus Band, Meistersingers to present ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 30, 1956, Lawrence C. Foard, Thomas M. Mccabe, Ann Leger, Donald G. Baker Apr 1956

The Ursinus Weekly, April 30, 1956, Lawrence C. Foard, Thomas M. Mccabe, Ann Leger, Donald G. Baker

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Y" retreat to be held at Mensch Mill on May 4, 5, 6 • Curtain Club play committees chosen • Deltas choose leaders • SRC china drive • Demas formal initiation May 1 • UC Band plans evening concert for May Day • Chemical Society banquet • Frosh "Mardi Gras" weekend features series of events • Meistersingers choose officers; Plan banquet • Waiters hold banquet; Padula, Blood new heads • Men's government representatives to be chosen Wed. • ISC gives dessert for frosh girls • Both student councils approve proposal to create student senate • WSGA, WAA, and YM-YW members choose officers: Winchester, Hause, Fogal elected to YMCA positions; UC girls elect ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 23, 1956, Lawrence C. Foard, William Montgomery, Thomas M. Mccabe, Linda Lee Odorizzi, Allen Frank Apr 1956

The Ursinus Weekly, April 23, 1956, Lawrence C. Foard, William Montgomery, Thomas M. Mccabe, Linda Lee Odorizzi, Allen Frank

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Charley's Aunt" to be given by the Curtain Club, May 10, 11, 12 • Spring "Y" retreat to be held on May 4, 5, 6 at Camp Mensch Mill • Bankert, Owen, and Leger given new positions on "Weekly" staff • APO has election, plans banquet, discusses program • Lawrence E. Gubb talks to YM-YW about Africa • "Weekly" office hours, deadlines announced • Foreman elected editor of "Lantern" for coming year • Music group presents concert program Friday • Frosh "Mardi Gras" program planned for next weekend • UC Summer school dates, costs set; Opens July 9 • Dean's Office releases exact rules on cutting • Pa. College ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 16, 1956, Lawrence C. Foard, Ann Leger, William Montgomery, Richard Blood, Allen Frank Apr 1956

The Ursinus Weekly, April 16, 1956, Lawrence C. Foard, Ann Leger, William Montgomery, Richard Blood, Allen Frank

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Meistersingers now on three day Spring concert tour • Campus Chest at half-way point • Central nominating comm. gives list of candidates • YMCA elections scheduled for Tuesday, April 24th • Vespers hymn sing • MS-WSGA discuss merger possibility • Civil Service exams to be given; Many opportunities open to qualified students • May Day plans are announced; Dance groups are named • Exchange papers are now available to student body • Student-Faculty variety show pleases large crowd • Ursinus debaters on TV: Defend lower voting age • Symposiums are offered pre-med bio. students • Editorial: Some plaudits to a multitude; A little light in dark places • Letters to the editor • Modern ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 9, 1956, Lawrence C. Foard, Barbara Olmo, Ann Leger, Bobbe Hunt Apr 1956

The Ursinus Weekly, April 9, 1956, Lawrence C. Foard, Barbara Olmo, Ann Leger, Bobbe Hunt

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Blossom time," Junior Prom is blooming success Fri. Nite • Student-Faculty show, Fri. night • "Ursinus Weekly" chooses new staff • National music fraternity receives new members • Seven new Cub and Key men chosen; Sonnie Kruse elected Jr. Prom queen • Men's government plans joint confab; Discusses merger • Alpha Psi Omega to do play excerpt for WFIL-TV • APO makes plans for trip, banquet • Editorial: It's not the publicity; It's the action • Poll results, Campus Chest fund plans are announced • Albert Thompson speaker at Forum • Editorial: Let Campus Chest speak for itself • Letters to the editor • Chest receipts do "help a million ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 19, 1956, Richard Winchester, Loretta Marsella, Ismar Schorsch, Richard Blood, David Hudnut Mar 1956

The Ursinus Weekly, March 19, 1956, Richard Winchester, Loretta Marsella, Ismar Schorsch, Richard Blood, David Hudnut

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MS-WSGA pass new class rules; Discuss govt. merger • Holcombe, Walker lead S.E.-PFTA • Sella, McCoy view Dartmouth meeting • Dr. Parsons announces changes in calendar • May Day dances still offer a few positions • "Y" discusses cuts, race relations; Commissions to meet Wednesday • Foard to succeed Winchester as editor; Will assume duties today • APO plans contest for CC drive • Forum hears of African problem • Faculty minstrel planned for show • Business Club visits industry • Choir presents several concerts • Audrey Cale to speak to I.R.C. tonight • Editorial: Ave atque vale (hail and farewell); New insight • Feature staff laughs at itself • Letters ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 5, 1956, Richard Winchester, Jack Townsend, Spencer Foreman Mar 1956

The Ursinus Weekly, March 5, 1956, Richard Winchester, Jack Townsend, Spencer Foreman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Lawhead and Stevenson pick staff members for 1957 Ruby • MS-WSGA propose set of regulations for class meetings • "Apollo of Bellac" appears Tuesday • S.R.C. begins China drive • March 19 issue to reveal identity of new editor • Business Club visits Stowe plant • 1956 Ruby announces sale of outstanding photos • I.R.C. to hear Mr. Pak Kim • Padula, Prutzman outstanding as Lafayette sweeps MAC team title • String quartet to present program • Sorority row • Fraternity row • Dr. Hutchison chosen as director for S-F show • Candidates for May Day meet Wednesday in S-12 • Coke machine in Pfahler hall • Commissions plan future activities ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 27, 1956, Richard Winchester, Lawrence C. Foard, Richard T. Schellhase, C.D. Hudnut, Jane Mowrey, Jack Townsend, Hazel Okino Feb 1956

The Ursinus Weekly, February 27, 1956, Richard Winchester, Lawrence C. Foard, Richard T. Schellhase, C.D. Hudnut, Jane Mowrey, Jack Townsend, Hazel Okino

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Robin Blood elected May queen; Jody Myers is mgr. • Phila. Art Museum holds exhibition • Dr. Rice offers non-credit course in Esperanto • Dean's list for Fall semester is released • Freshman dinner, buzz groups on marriage highlight "Y" activities • Lawhead, Stevenson editors for 1957 Ruby • MSGA plans new activities comm. • Pre-meds to hear Mr. Nevin Kressley • Work begins on charity drive • French Club meets Friday • "Student day of prayer" • Use your lost and found • Editorial: Other side of the coin • Live, love, and learn: A religious ethic for college men and women • Faculty places blame for dead weekends on students • He ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 20, 1956, Richard Winchester, David Hudnut, Ira Lederman, Jane Mowrey, Spencer Foreman, Jack Townsend Feb 1956

The Ursinus Weekly, February 20, 1956, Richard Winchester, David Hudnut, Ira Lederman, Jane Mowrey, Spencer Foreman, Jack Townsend

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Mr. Cary speaks about his tour of Russia at Forum • Class rules comm. meets February 28 • Business Administration Club elects officers • Meistersingers and Chapel Choir get new choir gowns • Hamilton directs Campus Chest • YM-YWCA Cabinet discuss future plans at retreat • Pre-meds hear Dr. Wolffe; Plan trip • Bob Constable crowned king of the Lorelei, Fri. • Mr. Benjamin Fay speaks to APO • News on Bill Burger '54 • Selective Service test to be given Monday, March 5 • Editorial: Student day of prayer • Benefits of discussion in class • Changes appear in the Ursinus College catalogue • Lack of spirit, poor planning cause dead weekends at ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 13, 1956, Richard Winchester, Ismar Schorsch, Lawrence C. Foard, James Morris, Bill Montgomery, Loretta Marsella Feb 1956

The Ursinus Weekly, February 13, 1956, Richard Winchester, Ismar Schorsch, Lawrence C. Foard, James Morris, Bill Montgomery, Loretta Marsella

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ben Napier's band to play at Lorelei Friday evening • Reed and Barton starts contest • Mr. Schellhase and Dr. Fletcher assume positions on Ursinus faculty • Pi Gamma Mu to discuss plans at meeting Feb. 15th • "Y" group travels to New York City • Dr. Wolf addresses pre-meds tonight • Marriage seminar well supported; Hears Dr. Hoffman • National group honors Dr. Ogren in Georgia • Stephen Cary replaces Elsa Maxwell at Forum • Jen Price awards colors this week • Ronald Kichline '16 dies in Reading • Valley Forge String Quartet to present musical • Mike Pedicin sextet enjoyed by 200 students • Parking rules enforced • McIntyre wins verse ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 16, 1956, Richard Winchester, Faith Helmle, James Morris, Lawrence C. Foard, Joseph W. Atkins Jr. Jan 1956

The Ursinus Weekly, January 16, 1956, Richard Winchester, Faith Helmle, James Morris, Lawrence C. Foard, Joseph W. Atkins Jr.

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Thirteen seniors to appear in '56 Who's who • February 20 set as deadline for May Day pageants • High school hears U.C. choral group • Dr. Miller's class visits Bryn Mawr • Bloodmobile visits Ursinus Feb. 15 • Cupid hits U.C. over vacation • Editorial: How strong the foundation? • Sorority row • Fraternity row • Dillio gives some advice to the T-G. delinquents • "The boy friend" reveals realities of the roaring '20s • Schedule for final exams • Bears seek victory tonight after dropping four straight • Fords, Leopards drop grapplers; Garnet stopped by Bruins, 19-11 • Belles confident of another good year • Dave Burger receives All-American ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 12, 1955, Richard Winchester, Alfred L. Creager, Ismar Schorsch, Christopher Rohm, Lawrence C. Foard Dec 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, December 12, 1955, Richard Winchester, Alfred L. Creager, Ismar Schorsch, Christopher Rohm, Lawrence C. Foard

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. Gilbert Bayne, an Ursinus graduate, speaks tonight • Ursinus Women's Club offers gift • Payments due this week on 1956 Ruby • Meistersingers first performance a success • WSGA, MSGA plan Christmas dance for Wed. evening • Contest begun by Chesterfield Co. • Chess team opens season by defeating F&M, 4 to 1 • Drum, Levin, Earle, Fretz, Blood honored at senior prom Friday night • Carol sings and worship programs highlight "Y" Christmas activities • Debaters split in recent events • Members chosen for Pi Nu Epsilon • Fraternity row • Chi Alpha to hold service Thursday • Editorial: What is thinking? • Student opinion varies on how to spend an ideal Christmas vacation • Living on a Christian campus • Letters to the editor • Two suggestions are offered to cure insomnia at Ursinus • New faces in starting spots aid Bruins; "Shoes" hopeful • Ursinus Cubs open against F&M Tues. • Bruin cagers cop initial win over Nat. Aggies 63-55 • Bears' hide carried home by Indians in tight 80-64 win • Champs return to help racket squad • Bell tower


The Ursinus Weekly, December 5, 1955, Richard Winchester, Donald Jewitt, Christopher Rohm Dec 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, December 5, 1955, Richard Winchester, Donald Jewitt, Christopher Rohm

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Large group visits Pearl Buck's home; Trip sponsored by YM-YW • Commissions plan future "Y" events • Carol sing next Sunday • 18th annual performance of the "Messiah" to be presented this Thursday evening, Dec. 8 • Robacker stars in Curtain Club play • Seniors present "Plain and fancy" Friday at Sunnybrook • Barbara Dunn to visit Ursinus Wed. and Thurs. • Chi Alpha plans for Xmas service • Editorial: Literary standards • The mad women of Chaillot reviewed • Students opinion varies on the value of fraternities • Dr. Gilbert Bayne speaks Dec. 12 to science groups • 5 Belles bolster strong hoop team • Heller, Price receive All-American honors: Marge ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 21, 1955, Richard Winchester, Jane Mowrey, James Morris Nov 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, November 21, 1955, Richard Winchester, Jane Mowrey, James Morris

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Y" invited to Pearl Buck's home Nov. 29 • Calendar policy stated by Dr. Parsons at meeting Wed. • Handel's "Messiah" presented Dec. 8 • MSGA swears in new representatives; Makes plans for Christmas banquet • Garrison, Budd named to Y cabinet; Commissions plan future activities • Last preparations for play Dec. 1, 2, 3 • APO steps toward national charter • Editorial: Solution • Letters to the editor • Different view of the newspaper • What do you know about the debating team at Ursinus? • Vonnie Gros elected captain as Snell's Belles end season • Booters outshine F&M as "headed" goal ends season with 2-1 defeat ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 14, 1955, Richard Winchester, John Polto, Christopher Rohm Nov 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, November 14, 1955, Richard Winchester, John Polto, Christopher Rohm

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Elsa Maxwell to speak at Forum Feb. 15 • Observations on "R.S.V.P." • Dr. Parsons to speak at "Y" meeting this week on the activities calendar • Freshmen elect Glauser, Zall as representatives to MSGA • Pre-med society visits Jefferson • "Starlight on the seas" successful • Chemical society to hold meeting • Phila. orchestra plans schedule • Editorial: Problems of speed in education • The Library: A place to study? • Letters to the editor • Superiority of ivy league is questioned; Holiday article found to be opinionated • Ruth Heller chosen for all-Phila. team; Four other players honored • Varsity and JV Belles top Temple • Third team Belles ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 7, 1955, Richard Winchester Nov 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, November 7, 1955, Richard Winchester

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. Wilton Krogman speaks at Forum Wednesday night • French collection at Phila. museum • Lively discussions highlight Y retreat; Improvements for next semester suggested • Ursinus College publishes the Dean's list • Freshman class chooses officers; Elect Houser, Dempsey, Dippl, Reid • MSGA discusses parking problem at last meeting • Robin Blood chosen as fraternity queen during weekend activities • Changes are made by Curtain Club • Editorial: Little things? • Letters to the editor • Thoughts while failing a test in Pfahler Hall • Bel gives advice to all his friends: "Smile, Amico" • Experiences of an Ursinus student while seeing Paris • Powerful Moravian attack rolls over Bears in ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 24, 1955, Richard Winchester, Jack Townsend Oct 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, October 24, 1955, Richard Winchester, Jack Townsend

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Editorial: Size of our classes • Alpha Phi Omega outlines its plans and describes its organization • Hottenstein directs Band into 1955-56 school year • Dr. Tait to speak to pre-med group on medicine • Curtain Club plans group productions • "Madwoman of Chaillot" is chosen as UC's Fall play • YM-YW retreats this weekend to Camp Onas • Spirit Committee reviews activities • Joint commission with "Y" rejected • Letter to the editor • View at the type of student which Ursinus produces • "Quoth the raven" • Varied techniques of study used by Ursinus students • Which tree are you in the forest? • Is psychology used in United States relations ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 17, 1955, Richard Winchester Oct 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, October 17, 1955, Richard Winchester

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. Miller's Forum address on "Japan, friend or foe" • Selective Service regulations are stated by Dean • Rain halts Homecoming festivities; New date of November 5th is set • Ordinance affects college drivers • Biology department welcomes Mrs. Seel • Canterbury Club meets at St. James' • Chi Alpha society visits Creagers • YM-YW cabinet plans Fall retreat; Commissions meet and make plans • Alpha Phi Omega meets; Plans service projects • Editorial: Maturity • Letter to the editor • Student opinion varies on customs • Vacations at Ursinus or the myth of the Ursinus holiday • "Quoth the raven" • "Let a smile be your umbrella" • Mainliners submerged in sea of ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 10, 1955, Richard Winchester Oct 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, October 10, 1955, Richard Winchester

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Class of '59 brings 245 new students to Ursinus campus • Alert vigilantes capture 5 Dragons; Victims given famous U-C haircut • Forum will hear Dr. Miller speak this Wed. evening • Pre-med society to hear Dr. Tait • Rules reviewed by MSGA council • Fire damages Curtis Hall • Mad women of Chaillot selected as Curtain Club presentation • Ursinus awaits Old Timer's Day • Messiah rehearsals begin • IRC hears Dr. Miller compare American and foreign students • Philadelphia Orchestra announces concerts • 1956 Ruby subscription sale begins on Monday • Lantern elects staff • Musical organizations organize; Announce plans for coming year • Sadler Wells Ballet at Academy of Music ...


The Ursinus Weekly, June 6, 1955, Richard Winchester, Barbara Olmo, Ismar Schorsch, Richard Brocksbank, Dick Bowman, Jack Townsend Jun 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, June 6, 1955, Richard Winchester, Barbara Olmo, Ismar Schorsch, Richard Brocksbank, Dick Bowman, Jack Townsend

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Seniors hear Symes; Girls' dorm begun: Speaker emphasizes faith; Ground breaking Saturday • Ursinus confers honorary doctorate degrees on four • Thomas is valedictorian; Leaves summa cum laude • Pre-meds graduate; Go on to med. school • Baccalaureate talk given by Armstrong • Annual prizes are awarded at commencement this morning • Godshalk, Yerkes, Bentz are presented open scholarships • Class of '55 selects twelve in Who's who • Class of '55 leaves at exercises today • Editorials: To the class of "55" and all who follow; Looking over the class of '55 • Letter to the editor • Lee Rigler chosen to head soph rules committee in Fall • Looking ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 23, 1955, Richard Winchester, Loretta Marsella, Spencer Foreman, Donald Jewitt, Jack Townsend May 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, May 23, 1955, Richard Winchester, Loretta Marsella, Spencer Foreman, Donald Jewitt, Jack Townsend

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Spirit Committee plans next season's increasing activities • Jim Bowers wins Curtain Club award • Grenitz new captain of debating team • Officers introduced at WAA dinner Wed. • IRC elects Fisher, Hamilton as leaders • Chess Club elects Bretzer • Hennessey, Drum, Redden, Donia win in elections • Fellowship House Choir presents sacred concert • Alpha Psi presents skit on television • Officers introduced, problems discussed at MSGA banquet • Rosicrucians elect Nancy Carson prexy • 3 new cheerleaders selected for staff • Three "Y" members to attend Michaux • Two U.C. students speak on higher Christian ed. • Canterbury Club has service for seniors • John Hottenstein succeeds Beech as Band ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 16, 1955, Richard Winchester, David Subin, Hazel Okino, Karl Billman, Eleanor R. Mckelvie, David Hudnut, Marguerite Struth, Dick Bowman, Jack Townsend, H. Ralph Schumacher, Ismar Schorsch May 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, May 16, 1955, Richard Winchester, David Subin, Hazel Okino, Karl Billman, Eleanor R. Mckelvie, David Hudnut, Marguerite Struth, Dick Bowman, Jack Townsend, H. Ralph Schumacher, Ismar Schorsch

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Shinehouse crowned queen during "Magic hour" pageant • Women elect dorm officers and senator • WSGA banquet this evening; New officers will be installed • Frank Brown named Curtain Club pres. • APO reveals plans for future projects • Fellowship House Choir concert on Wednesday night • Sigma Xi honors Dr. James C. Hirst • Pre-meds end year with dinner-dance • These are your candidates for class officers: Vote!!! • Editorials: Let's be fair; Carrying fun too far • Fraternity row • Sorority news • "My three angels" is a smash hit; New players captivate audiences • Band concert a hit; Given again tonight • Universal military training: Yes or no? • Belles rout ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 9, 1955, Richard Winchester, Hazel Okino, Barbara Olmo, Spencer Foreman, Richard Brocksbank, Jack Townsend, Harvey Marvin Levin May 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, May 9, 1955, Richard Winchester, Hazel Okino, Barbara Olmo, Spencer Foreman, Richard Brocksbank, Jack Townsend, Harvey Marvin Levin

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA representatives are elected; 61 percent of male students vote • U.C. debating team wins over Lehigh • Pre-meds elect pres. Maury Hoberman; Mr. Crebbin to speak • "Y" retreat at Mensch Mill successful; Plans for the coming year discussed • WAA constitution amended last week • Two senior men attend NY meeting • May Day weekend activities look promising • Bill Schearer heads APO • Trotsky sees it a little differently • Sorority news • Why kiss? • Letter home • Belles nipped in net tilt, 3-2 • Cindermen lose; Herwig sets mark • Bruins handed third loss as Drexel wins in tenth • Harry stars but they lose again • Girls smash Beaver ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 2, 1955, Richard Winchester, Eleanor R. Mckelvie, Ray Hamilton, Spencer Foreman, Helen A. Stevenson, Hazel Okino, Dick Bowman, David Subin May 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, May 2, 1955, Richard Winchester, Eleanor R. Mckelvie, Ray Hamilton, Spencer Foreman, Helen A. Stevenson, Hazel Okino, Dick Bowman, David Subin

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Spring play May 12-14 in T-G gym • "Y" installs officers at vespers Sunday • Pre-meds to hear polio expert tonite • Hamilton to head pre-legal society • Meistersingers end season with "Music for you" • National music frat installed at Ursinus • Mass rehearsals listed for May Day • "Y" retreat at Mensch Mill; New cabinet assumes duties • Pictures taken of college "X-day" • Mr. L. Krug heads C-T school district • Sasha Siemal tells of jaguar hunting • '56 Ruby will take Spring sports pictures tomorrow • Editorials: Here's a spot for you • Letters to the editor • Dining-room has unusual guest • Fraternity row • Thinclads lose again despite victories ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 25, 1955, Richard Winchester, Jack Matlaga, Spencer Foreman, Jack Townsend, Constance Cross, Christopher Rohm, Roland Dedekind Apr 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, April 25, 1955, Richard Winchester, Jack Matlaga, Spencer Foreman, Jack Townsend, Constance Cross, Christopher Rohm, Roland Dedekind

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. H. C. Wiggers to address pre-med society • "Hawaiian holiday" Friday in T-G gym • Enlistment opportunities • "Music for you" this Thursday night • Sholl, Cranston head waiters • Holmes, Blood, Ely, Kramer win in election; Head WAA, WSGA, YM-YW • Work on play begins • Rec center opened • Band elections in May • Marcon, German, Levin, Neborak honored • French Club set banquet for May 2 • Editorials: Suggestions are welcome, but • Letters to the editor • Fraternity row • Bruins take third with 8-1 Elizabethtown rout • Net gals drop first to Swarthmore, 3-2 • Ehlers paces attack in 9-3 F&M triumph • ZX cops inter-frat track tilt • Weak field ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 18, 1955, Richard Winchester, David Subin, Hazel Okino, Spencer Foreman, C.D. Hudnut, Ismar Schorsch, Richard Brocksbank, Emma Jane Hulton Smith, Loretta Marsella, Jack Townsend, Constance Cross, Christopher Rohm, Marguerite Struth Apr 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, April 18, 1955, Richard Winchester, David Subin, Hazel Okino, Spencer Foreman, C.D. Hudnut, Ismar Schorsch, Richard Brocksbank, Emma Jane Hulton Smith, Loretta Marsella, Jack Townsend, Constance Cross, Christopher Rohm, Marguerite Struth

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA election rescheduled for May 9 • Hoberman, Leger Lantern editors • Concert features "Music for you" • Changes in cast of Spring play • Plans for May Day now in full swing • Winchester announces new editorial and business staff • Spring coronation to be prom theme • Activities calendar to be set up • WSGA, WAA, "Y" elections Thursday • Editorials: Our paper is your paper • Fraternity row • If you can't, don't • Wherefore a head tax • Frosh dance on April 29 • Lecture notes • Frosh and sophs now on Dean's list • Earth to a man from Mars • Sunisru sweepstakes (Better known as the termpaper derby ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 21, 1955, Roland Dedekind, Ismar Schorsch, Hazel Okino, David Subin, David Garlich, Richard Brocksbank, George W. Pauff, Loretta Marsella, Louise White, Jack Townsend, Dick Bowman Mar 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, March 21, 1955, Roland Dedekind, Ismar Schorsch, Hazel Okino, David Subin, David Garlich, Richard Brocksbank, George W. Pauff, Loretta Marsella, Louise White, Jack Townsend, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dick Winchester elected Weekly editor • Deltas' cake sales yield $130 for Campus Chest • Student Union furnished • May Day tryouts begin tomorrow • Pre-medical society hears alumni • Play plans announced; Group productions progress • Beta Sig adds dance cash to Campus Chest drive • "Spring coronation" theme of junior prom, April 22 • Esperanto course scheduled for post-Spring vacation • Bobbe Hunt to speak Wed. at morning watch service • Debators split four meets with St. Josephs, Haverford • Mr. Charles Walker speaks to W.R.C. • "Progressive jazz" next music seminar • Rec center opening planned for April 4 • "The terrible meek" to be presented on April 5 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 14, 1955, Roland Dedekind, Ann Leger, Mildred Mistovich, George W. Pauff, David Garlich, Hazel Okino, Richard Brocksbank Mar 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, March 14, 1955, Roland Dedekind, Ann Leger, Mildred Mistovich, George W. Pauff, David Garlich, Hazel Okino, Richard Brocksbank

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dean Pettit explains makeup of Dean's List, ineligibility • Campus Chest drive begins; Free blotters • Ursinus host to S. E. district FTA • Soph "Shamrock shuffle" Sat. • Messiah chorus presents records to Dr. Wm. Philip • Weary Chess Club drops 3rd, loses to F & M by 4 1/2 - 1/2 • Movie "Symphonie pastorale" to be presented Mar. 17, 18 • Records available • Gerald Hottenstein lists 10 "musts" for FTA group • "My three angels" cast chosen • Canterbury Club to visit Philadelphia Divinity School • First music seminar • Dr. Spurgeon English speaks on "a second vocation" at Forum • Levin elected head of '56 spirit group ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 7, 1955, Roland Dedekind, Hazel Okino, David Subin, Ann Leger, David Garlich, George W. Pauff, Loretta Marsella, Jack Townsend Mar 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, March 7, 1955, Roland Dedekind, Hazel Okino, David Subin, Ann Leger, David Garlich, George W. Pauff, Loretta Marsella, Jack Townsend

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Koch, Levin to lead '56 Ruby; Smith, German business managers • Plastic surgeons to address pre-med society, March 14 • Colleges meet here for conference • Four Ursinus students in math competition • Gerald Hottenstein to speak to FTA tomorrow night • Music frat, Pi Nu Epsilon, to be organized at UC • Newman Club announces regular meeting schedule • Movie "Symphonie pastorale" to be presented March 17, 18 • Chi Alpha to discuss church fellowship tonite • Quaker doctrine explained to WRC by Mr. Ray Arivo • SWC plans special series of watch services • Band meeting tonight • Chess Club drops second; Lose to Phoenixville, 5-2 • Dr. Spurgeon English speaker ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 28, 1955, Roland Dedekind, Marilyn Herrmann, Ann Wertz, Loretta Marsella, David Subin, George W. Pauff, Dick Bowman Feb 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, February 28, 1955, Roland Dedekind, Marilyn Herrmann, Ann Wertz, Loretta Marsella, David Subin, George W. Pauff, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Y" plans activities, Commission program • Olin Evans discusses music of Debussy with French Club • New parking rules prove effective • National scouting frat officers elected • Meistersinger Spring tour scheduled for April 17-20 • 6 top Campus Chest charities picked • Edith Staut speaks on UC Color Day • "My three angels" Spring play; Mr. H. L. Jones new advisor • Fraulein Lorelei reigns at dance • Elections decide May Day court • Karl Schmidt organ recital attended by 150 persons • Ursinus debaters to meet Penn • Dr. Spurgeon English, Prof. of psychiatry to speak • Fraternity row • How, Wallick instigate new Campus Chest charities • Letter from Florida • UC matmen ...