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Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

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1954

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The Ursinus Weekly, December 6, 1954, Roland Dedekind, George W. Pauff, Jean Hain, David Garlich, Shirley Boyle, Jack Townsend, Dick Bowman, H. Ralph Schumacher Dec 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, December 6, 1954, Roland Dedekind, George W. Pauff, Jean Hain, David Garlich, Shirley Boyle, Jack Townsend, Dick Bowman, H. Ralph Schumacher

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West Chester choir sings at vespers • Does Ursinus have adequate parking facilities? • Candlelight Communion to be held Dec. 9 in Bomberger • Improper procedure key in MSGA trial • Rosicrucians add members at after-dinner dessert • Dr. Dugger speaks, shows slides to pre-medical group • Christmas to visit UC in many forms • Beta Sig presents Bill Haley on Jan. 7 • Charles Hudnut wins award in national poetry contest • Seniors hold prom; Elect lord and lady • 300 attend seventeenth annual Messiah performance • Chesterfield holds contest "Home for the holidays" • Dr. Oliver Gogarty discusses poets • Band practicing for May Day; Marches at basketball games • Editorials • Test ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 12, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Joan Fisher, George W. Pauff, H. Lloyd Jones, Harold Smith, Ismar Schorsch, Constance Cross, Floyd Fellows Apr 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, April 12, 1954, Roland Dedekind, Joan Fisher, George W. Pauff, H. Lloyd Jones, Harold Smith, Ismar Schorsch, Constance Cross, Floyd Fellows

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M. L. Williams' royal decision is May Pageant • Tour completed by Meistersingers • Spring concert will be "Music for you" • French clubbers to enjoy Proust readings, games, eats • U.C. alumnus "Rocky" Davis graduates from N.O.C.S. • May 6, 7, 8 Curtain Club comedy, "The Man who came to dinner" • Group 4 to give comedy "Friday for luck" April 13 • Dr. K. Schoonover to speak Wed. on Islamic culture • Shepard talks on medical illustration • Wright, Holcombe, Burns, Welsh head U.C. spirit group • Matlaga, How, Frankenfield elected '55 Y M officers • Band to present twilight concert this May Day ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 8, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Frank Brown, Marilyn Herrmann, Robert E. Armstrong Mar 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, March 8, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Frank Brown, Marilyn Herrmann, Robert E. Armstrong

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WAA schedules musical revue Thursday night • AAUW holds program for senior women • West Chester STC group conducts vespers program • Greek columns • Roland Dedekind is "Weekly" editor; Killheffer named managing editor • Debating team has contest with Temple • U. of P. band will give concert here, March 18 • Dr. A. Rice reads Swedish works • Women's club plans "coffee" for senior girls • Dr. Bachrach to speak on civil liberties at forum • J. Canady speaks on impressionist art • Committee leaders announced for play • Conflicting schedule causes Group II to postpone play • Editorials: Information please • Letters to the editor • Thief of time • Group III ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 1, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, John Westerhoff, Christian De La Roche, Robert E. Armstrong, Ronald Fisher, George W. Pauff, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind, Marguerite Struth Mar 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, March 1, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, John Westerhoff, Christian De La Roche, Robert E. Armstrong, Ronald Fisher, George W. Pauff, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind, Marguerite Struth

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Helfferich tells causes of delay in Union work • U.C. Supply Store resumes full operation today • Ruby show to be presented • Band starts practice for Spring concert • Composition and technique discussed by Walter Hansen • Summer School to feature single session • U. of Penn band to present concert here • Dorthee von Miller to speak at AAUW program Wed. • Spring play cast revealed; Wright, Rack in lead roles • WSGA group holds meeting • John Canady to speak at seminar sessions • WAA will present variety show Mar. 11 • Dr. Allan Rice to present Scandinavian readings • Editorials: Support the Supply; Chinese controversy • Unusual campus rules ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 22, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Joanne Friedlin, Frank Brown, John Westerhoff, Robert E. Armstrong, Marvin Rotman, Ronald Fisher, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind Feb 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, February 22, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Joanne Friedlin, Frank Brown, John Westerhoff, Robert E. Armstrong, Marvin Rotman, Ronald Fisher, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind

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Eighty-eight are on Dean's list first semester • W. Hansen, second seminar speaker • "Ruby" 2/3 completed; Class of '54 show, Mar. 5 • Price, court elected royalty for May Day • French Club sponsors movie; Will give play • Naval aviation cadet man to visit UC, tell of program • Ursinus quartet sings for Rotary's ladies night • Student exchange program, subject of forum, Wed. • Greek columns • Quinn discusses criteria for judging paintings • Mizz Test is play director • Pre-meds visit Phila. College of Osteopathy • AAUW will introduce its aims to senior women • Editorials: Expostulation and reply • Supply store: To be or not to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Priscilla Shinehouse, Marilyn Herrmann, David Garlich, John Westerhoff, Ronald Fisher, Marvin Rotman, George W. Pauff Feb 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Priscilla Shinehouse, Marilyn Herrmann, David Garlich, John Westerhoff, Ronald Fisher, Marvin Rotman, George W. Pauff

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Student exchange consultant will speak here, Wed. • Psychologist tells of work with children • Sororities to try different rushing policy • Groups II, III prepare for one-act plays in March • Fine arts seminar sponsored by "Y" to begin tonight • Godley relates tale of sunken treasure • Debating team to make first appearance, Feb. 17 • Mrs. Seth Bakes speaks at Color Day ceremonies • MSGA-WSGA to confer on Student Union • Spring play chosen; Try-outs start, Thurs. • Y cabinet retreat yields plans for second semester • Curator of Audubon shrine addresses YM-YWCA group • Editorials: Leave it to the girls! • "I know a man" • Grizzlies lose to Delaware ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 8, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Joan Fisher, John Westerhoff, Marvin Rotman, Robert E. Armstrong, Margaret Kelly, Joan Higgins, Harold Smith, Ed Dawkins, Dick Bowman, Patricia Garrow, Roland Dedekind Feb 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, February 8, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Joan Fisher, John Westerhoff, Marvin Rotman, Robert E. Armstrong, Margaret Kelly, Joan Higgins, Harold Smith, Ed Dawkins, Dick Bowman, Patricia Garrow, Roland Dedekind

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Central Comm. announces plans for May Day • Lorelei date set as Feb. 12 • Schools of Egypt, U.S. compared by education • Bridge tournament at U.C., Feb. 18 • Frosh-Soph hop theme for '54 is "Mardi Gras" • Meistersingers plan tour; Present first concert • Demonstration is planned for C.C. general meeting • Pre-meds sponsor hospital tours • Spaghetti, speaker, stunts at Y dinner Wednesday • "Ruby" nears completion; Shows promise at 1/3 mark • Forum features Irish lord; Godley to speak, Wed. • Reporter remarks on MSGA session • Second semester welcomes 23 to U.C. • Stevenson, Cross, Dawkins elected • U.C. Color Day Thursday; Mrs ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 11, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Bernard Orsini, Marilyn Herrmann, Charlie Kenney, Marvin Rotman, Robert E. Armstrong, Joan Higgins, Jean Austin, Roland Dedekind, Dick Bowman Jan 1954

The Ursinus Weekly, January 11, 1954, Mary Jane Allen, Bernard Orsini, Marilyn Herrmann, Charlie Kenney, Marvin Rotman, Robert E. Armstrong, Joan Higgins, Jean Austin, Roland Dedekind, Dick Bowman

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MSGA hears second case of cheating • Dr. James Martin is speaker at pre-med meeting • Dr. Garrett reads works of Proust • FTA hears talk by county school official • Alumni Office reports news of past graduates • Campus Chest reports total of $1,037.70 • F. W. Hankins is Bus. Ad. speaker • Baker, Miller debate on communist China in U.N. • Curtain Club schedules two one-act plays • French Club to discuss French art at next meeting • Greek columns • Editorials: Thanks, faculty • Recently announced engagements, pinnings • New Year's congratulations • Examinations open for government positions • Practice teacher recalls woes, joys of high school life ...