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The Ursinus Weekly, May 23, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Norman E. Mcclure, Gail Ford, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, Holland Fitts, Richard F. Levine, John Swinton, Gerald Morita May 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, May 23, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Norman E. Mcclure, Gail Ford, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, Holland Fitts, Richard F. Levine, John Swinton, Gerald Morita

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. Paisley completes 50 years as Board President • Alumni Day to be held June 4 • Library has "comedy of errors" display • Sigma Rho Lambda sponsors annual dinner dance on May 20 • Brownback-Anders pre-medical society elects new officers • Phi Psi and Tau Sig hold picnic in college woods • Baccalaureate speaker will be Dr. D. Horton • Officers selected for new UC group • Pete Wise is re-elected as president of the Newman Club • John Innes wins two outstanding chemistry awards • Awards presented at WAA banquet • Robert Linker is elected new president of student PSEA • Senator Scott to speak at June 6th graduation • Senior ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 16, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Richard F. Levine, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, Sandy L. Pfaffhausen, Gerald Morita May 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, May 16, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Richard F. Levine, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, Sandy L. Pfaffhausen, Gerald Morita

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Spanish and French Clubs to hold banquets on May 17, 18 • German Club to elect new officers on May 19 at 7 p.m. • Emery, Haeussner are music heads • Spirit Committee presents awards • Beta Sigma Lambda sponsors annual dinner dance on May 6 • Annual WAA banquet to be held on May 19 at 6:30 p.m. • Newman Club to hold picnic • YM-YWCA select committee heads for next year • Big-little sister group to organize on May 16 • Omega Chi holds breakfast at Wagners' home on May 7 • "Lantern" to be issued Thursday; Awards presented • Eleven junior advisors selected for 1960-61 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 9, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Cynthia Benner, John Swinton, Richard F. Levine, Gerald Morita May 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, May 9, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Cynthia Benner, John Swinton, Richard F. Levine, Gerald Morita

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Lynne Habel wins research grant • Jeff Brown wins leadership award • African dancers to appear here on Wednesday at 8 • Coral Lee Koffke is selected Tau Sigma Gamma's new head • Dr. Staiger is awarded $4,000 grant by ACS • Sacred concert presented by Abyssimian choir • English Club to hear poetry records tonight • Dr. Stein gives lecture at Valley Forge Audubon Society • Barbara Brecht is crowned queen • Mary Cassatt exhibit will be at museum 'til May 29 • Father Louis Giorgi to address Newman Club tonight at 8 p.m. • Vern Morgan is elected new Beardwood chem president • Three Ursinus professors given ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 2, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, Gail Ford, Richard F. Levine, John Swinton, Gerald Morita May 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, May 2, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, Gail Ford, Richard F. Levine, John Swinton, Gerald Morita

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dormitories elect officers; Eikner is hall board head • May Day to be held Saturday • Co-captains and four new cheerleaders named • John Innes presents paper at intercollegiate meeting at LVC • ISC to hold annual dessert for frosh women on May 9 • Haverford professor to talk to U.C. students on Middle East • Carol Taney wins Alexander Award • Pre-med society to hold annual elections • Dr. Lachman talks at MSGA banquet • Habgood and Fernandez are new head waiters • "Bell, book and candle" to be presented on May 7 & 8 • Vern Morgan runs mile in 4:13.6 to set record • WSGA installs new officers on Apr. 27 • Air raid to be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. • Y retreat services led by Elston, Yost, Jones • Curtain Club members urged to vote for officers tomorrow • Father Louis Giorgi to address Newman Club on May 2 at 7 p.m. • Editorial: Evil • "Who, me?" • Pyewacket and the play • Coming thaw • WRUC: Collegeville, Pa. • Men's tennis team defeated twice • Thinclads drop meet to Garnet • C. Heffelfinger reaches MSI final • Lacrosse team wins three games • U tossers capture two; Drummond drops first • John Gartner to head Beta Sig; Vannucci and Cook also elected • Carol ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 25, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Virginia Kaiser, Cynthia Benner, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, John Swinton, Gerald Morita Apr 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, April 25, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Virginia Kaiser, Cynthia Benner, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, John Swinton, Gerald Morita

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Michael, Griffin, Brown win presidential posts • Mr. Carl Hartzell is new professor • Schweiker talks to U.C. students • Speaker to address U.C. students on sit-in movement • Meistersingers leave for annual Spring tour • Dean Pettit posts Summer courses • District PSEA officers discuss professional standards at UC • Frats to stress scholastic ability • Cast, producer, directors announced for Spring play • YM-YW sponsor retreat; Dr. Sture to speak in May • Dr. Eugene Miller to speak to Canterbury Club tonight • Campus organizations announce new leaders • Parking violators warned by college • WSGA plans annual installation banquet • Phi Alpha Psi holds annual dinner dance at Spring-Ford ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 11, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, John Swinton, Brenda Theisz Apr 1960

The Ursinus Weekly, April 11, 1960, Catherine A. Nicolai, Kathryn Moyer O'Donnell, John Swinton, Brenda Theisz

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Prom queen is crowned; Cub and Key taps four • Debating team enters City College tournament • Scholarships offered to Ursinus students • Marna Feldt discusses Lisle Fellowship at IRC • Meszaros elected; College Day held • Rehearsal schedule is announced for May Day • Kripalani to visit UC; Will lecture on India • Palmer addresses forum on Africa • YM-YW concerned with an exchange student plan • Slates are announced for Spring elections • Band news • Marine Corps to visit • Editorial: Foundations • Letters to the editor • Discourse on cognition • In memoriam A.M.W. • Reviews: Parting; Heiress • Girls' softball squad is strengthened by veterans • Sieb's men split; Don ...