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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, 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 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, 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, 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 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 ...