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The Ursinus Weekly, February 14, 1955, Roland Dedekind, Helen Murray, Shirley Boyle, David Garlich, George W. Pauff, Loretta Marsella, Dick Bowman, Hazel Okino, Ann Leger Feb 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, February 14, 1955, Roland Dedekind, Helen Murray, Shirley Boyle, David Garlich, George W. Pauff, Loretta Marsella, Dick Bowman, Hazel Okino, Ann Leger

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. Paul Wagner to address pre-med group February 21 • 21 new UC students brighten campus • Med school candidates urged to take test • Fraternity row • Mr. W. Friedeborn to assume post of athletic publicist • FTA March meeting planned; Practice teaching topic • Ruby picture schedule • May Day pageants due next Monday • New parking rules; More space for lot • WSGA discusses parking rules, Color Day, Lorelei • Evening of ballads entrance students • Pew Memorial grant begins new women's dorm project • Ethel Shellenberger to speak to Chi Alpha Society tonight • Know your college • "Y" to hold spaghetti feast at Trinity Church • An Alpha Phi ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 17, 1955, Roland Dedekind, David Garlich, Loretta Marsella, Dick Bowman, H. Ralph Schumacher, George W. Pauff Jan 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, January 17, 1955, Roland Dedekind, David Garlich, Loretta Marsella, Dick Bowman, H. Ralph Schumacher, George W. Pauff

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Y plans orientation for incoming frosh • Campus Chest drive to start next semester; How chairman • Frosh set dance date for Feb. 18; Headline wrong! • 24 fellowships offered in research • "Shake, rattle and roll" attended by 500 persons • "Lantern" expands circulation by 3%; Drive for Spring contributions underway • Lorelei date moved; King to be chosen • Dr. Charles Spotts speaks at vespers on "faith, sex, love" • MSGA sets parking rules, special areas; Starts Feb. 7 • May Day here soon; Dust off pageants • Pre-med '55 program adds new features • Social news • Business meeting follows FTA "Freedom to learn" • Editorials: Final challenge; More inclusive ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 10, 1955, Roland Dedekind, David Garlich, Hazel Okino, George W. Pauff, Loretta Marsella, Dick Bowman, H. Ralph Schumacher Jan 1955

The Ursinus Weekly, January 10, 1955, Roland Dedekind, David Garlich, Hazel Okino, George W. Pauff, Loretta Marsella, Dick Bowman, H. Ralph Schumacher

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

12 'U' students chosen for Who's who • Lorelei, calendar tops WSGA plans • Freshman treasury empty; Treasurer calls for dues • Three Ursinus students win in Chesterfield contest • Dr. Simon Forman to speak to pre-meds • Y Commissions plan for coming events • Wanamaker retail scholarship offered • Sorority news • "Freedom to learn" title of FTA movie • Rev. Edward Schlingman Chi Alpha Society speaker • Work of Sidney Quinn exhibited in Library • College magazine suspension • Curtis teams lead respective leagues in I-M basketball • Social news • Larry Zartman voted All-American: Booter named to second team by national soccer coaches • Matmen win with Heydt, Dawkins, Paolone, Padula ...


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

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

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

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

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

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

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

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

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

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

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

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

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

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

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

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

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 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 14, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Charlie Kenney, Marvin Rotman, Robert E. Armstrong, Joan Higgins, Harold Smith, Dick Bowman Dec 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, December 14, 1953, Mary Jane Allen, Charlie Kenney, Marvin Rotman, Robert E. Armstrong, Joan Higgins, Harold Smith, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA-WSGA together, discuss U.C. honor system • Committee to pick Spring production • Senate hears complaints; Struth heads Booster Committee • MSGA warns men's dorms • Audience stirred by "Messiah," Thursday • Christmas Communion to be conducted by Chi Alpha • Morning watch services to be conducted this week by Y • Who's who honors twelve in Ursinus class of 1954 • Debating Team opens season at tournament • Zimmerman, Price are lord, lady of senior ball • Alpha Psi Omega initiates new members, Kuebler, Allen • Editorials: Christmas spirit; Resolutions for a happy New Year • Letters to the editor • No Christ this Christmas? • Ursinus to participate in ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 9, 1953, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Evelyn Scharf, Jean Austin, Dorothy Griffith, Harold Smith, Roland Dedekind, Katharine Hood, Patricia Garrow, Sallie Lumis, Dick Bowman Mar 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, March 9, 1953, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Evelyn Scharf, Jean Austin, Dorothy Griffith, Harold Smith, Roland Dedekind, Katharine Hood, Patricia Garrow, Sallie Lumis, Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Curtain Club reveals cast for Spring play • Y groups to have visitor; March 18 to be panel date • Dr. Chandler to be speaker at IRC banquet March 16 • Jones shows slides tonight • 15 new members join campus sororities at noon Friday • Young pianist to give recital Thursday night • Fatemi to speak at April 8 forum • Mary Jane Allen elected new editor; Armstrong managing editor of Weekly • Seminar hears Rev. J. Bishop • Group 3 holds rehearsals for "A Phoenix too Frequent" • Snell's Belles to play Bears in basketball game Tues. night • Bus ads to hear Ferguson • "Scottie" Gillespie reads Burns ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1953, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Harold Smith, Evelyn Scharf, Cheryl Mirgain, Anne Neborak, Roland Dedekind, Sallie Lumis, Ted Wenner, Dick Bowman, Patricia Garrow Mar 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1953, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Harold Smith, Evelyn Scharf, Cheryl Mirgain, Anne Neborak, Roland Dedekind, Sallie Lumis, Ted Wenner, Dick Bowman, Patricia Garrow

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Sorority bids to be signed Friday noon • Group 2 plays well received • Mary Gillespie to read Burns' poetry at Eng. lit. reading • Van de Putte, first Lorelei king • May Day pageant committee chosen • Dr. Harman speaks at FTA meeting • Cutting campus illegal • Frat council meets; Amends constitution • Library music room reopens • Juniors plan original show for April 17 & 18 • Rev. Bishop to be speaker at last seminar tonight • Forum hears Rev. Detweiler • Dr. Schmidt, pathologist, speaks to pre-med society • 450 college students attend 6th foreign policy institute • Y to show movie "One God" Sunday • 3 French Club members give play in cultural olympics • I.R.C. postpones program • Editorials: Give the campus a chance • Scribe describes literary magazine • Civil service jobs revealed • Weddings • Student librarians sprout gray hairs over daily duties • Advice given to those who ask for letters of recommendation from profs • P.M.C. routs Bears on final half splurge, 76-54 • Mermaids capture meet; Edge Bryn Mawr, 29-28 • Intramural night to be March 16 • Correction made in story on Swett • Parlee victor; Grapplers win • Belles win basketball, lose swimming event


The Ursinus Weekly, February 23, 1953, Sarah Canan, Helen Gardner, Evelyn Scharf, Jean Hain, Joan Higgins, Roland Dedekind, Katharine Hood, Dick Bowman, Dick Guldin, Patricia Garrow Feb 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, February 23, 1953, Sarah Canan, Helen Gardner, Evelyn Scharf, Jean Hain, Joan Higgins, Roland Dedekind, Katharine Hood, Dick Bowman, Dick Guldin, Patricia Garrow

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Summer school subjects to be selected now • 6th foreign policy institute to be Friday • Women elect Ruth Reed as May queen; Janie Hopple as manager for May Day • Y rep attends Bible study conf. • Dr. Harmin to be speaker at FTA Tuesday night at 7 • Jones to show slides • Detweiler to speak on religion in life day, February 25 • Rev. Flynn to speak tonight • Dr. Yost reads short stories at second English lit reading • Debaters defeat Princeton • Play tryouts to be this week; Group two to give plays • $52.92 collected for flood relief • French Club to give play at ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 16, 1953, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Patricia Garrow, Evelyn Scharf, Helen Gardner, Robert E. Armstrong, Helen Lightfoot, Harold Smith, Roland Dedekind, Sallie Lumis, Dick Guldin, Ted Wenner Feb 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, February 16, 1953, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Patricia Garrow, Evelyn Scharf, Helen Gardner, Robert E. Armstrong, Helen Lightfoot, Harold Smith, Roland Dedekind, Sallie Lumis, Dick Guldin, Ted Wenner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dean's Office reveals list of 76 students • Elections for May queen, scheduled for Wednesday • Frosh reps given charge on Color Day • Rules revealed for Alpha Psi • Male quartet to sing for PTA, February 19 • Rules clarified at senate meeting • "Y" dinner held; SRC to conduct seminar tonight • Janet Glaser crowned queen of freshman dance, Friday • Junior class begins casting for original musical show • Sororities choose dinner dance clubs • Seniors make plans for this weekend • Hudock tells pre-med society about heart ills • Sun Oil pres. speaks tonight • Music Club plans tour • Editorials: Plea to 57 students; Mountains out of molehills ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 9, 1953, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Helen Gardner, Evelyn Scharf, Cheryl Mirgain, Jean Austen, Helen Yost, Ted Wenner, Dorothy Griffith, Dick Bowman, Bill Burger, Roland Dedekind Feb 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, February 9, 1953, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Helen Gardner, Evelyn Scharf, Cheryl Mirgain, Jean Austen, Helen Yost, Ted Wenner, Dorothy Griffith, Dick Bowman, Bill Burger, Roland Dedekind

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Mrs. Pancoast to be speaker at Color Day • WAA gives show tonite • Curtain Club picks play; Reveals new raise system • Y invites new members to dinner Feb. 11 • Frosh to give dance Feb. 13 • Sororities schedule dinner dance dates • Alumni office hours posted • 17 new students, 10 men, 7 women, enroll at Ursinus • Thespians to give two plays, Feb. 24 • Bus. ads to hear co. pres • Frats enter rushing week • May Queen elections to be held next Mon. • Larry Miller's orchestra chosen to play at Lorelei • Yost, Jones begin TV lectures on University of Air • Sixth annual foreign policy ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 12, 1953, Sarah Canan, Helen Gardner, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, Helen Yost, Robert E. Armstrong, Maxine Alma Walker, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind, Dick Guldin Jan 1953

The Ursinus Weekly, January 12, 1953, Sarah Canan, Helen Gardner, William Lukens, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, Helen Yost, Robert E. Armstrong, Maxine Alma Walker, Dick Bowman, Roland Dedekind, Dick Guldin

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Petitions for May queen to start Feb. 2 • Revised final exam schedule • 11 students to graduate this January • Over 200 people hear Earle Spicer sing ballads Wed. • Lucas, Scott join cast of Alpha Psi • Pettit discovers fire in Bomberger chapel • Library has new collection of great books of western world • Campus Chest total is $955.23 • Y commission holds vespers • Frosh class discusses plans; Sets tentative dance date • Chem group to hear speech • Turkish speaker addresses classes Tuesday morning • Frats hold meetings, set date for dances • Movie to be shown in S-12 • 32 girls invited to Rosie dessert • Ruby wants ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 15, 1952, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Ivy Leaman, Evelyn Scharf, Cheryl Mirgain, Jean Austen, Katharine Hood, Ted Wenner Dec 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, December 15, 1952, Sarah Canan, William Lukens, Ivy Leaman, Evelyn Scharf, Cheryl Mirgain, Jean Austen, Katharine Hood, Ted Wenner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Chapel cutting rule discussed by MSGA • Eleven outstanding seniors chosen from Ursinus for national Who's Who • Whirlwind of Christmas fun in the offing • Promotions given for Fall players • Doctors Nye and Eger spoke at Dec. 9 pre-med meeting • Rev. Franz gives singing sermon at vespers service • Ursinus student attends NAM congress last week • WAA plans show for Feb. • Day Study holds party • Jan. 7 forum to be ballad singer Earl Spicer of N.Y. • Prom weekend fun for all • Editorials: Spirit or ghosts?; Christmas fun problem; Some ideas on compulsory chapel • Spirit Committee receives letter • Lantern's Fall issue ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 5, 1952, Sarah Canan, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, John Billman, Maxine Alma Walker, Sallie Lumis, Dick Bowman, Dick Guldin, Bob Odenheimer, Ted Wenner May 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, May 5, 1952, Sarah Canan, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, John Billman, Maxine Alma Walker, Sallie Lumis, Dick Bowman, Dick Guldin, Bob Odenheimer, Ted Wenner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Phila. Story" to be presented May 8, 9 & 10 • Pre-meds elect officers • Y cabinet assumes duties at retreat • Music Club to hold elections tomorrow • Inter-sorority group holds annual party • Students will be charged for all overdue library books • Music Club to give concert • WSGA endorses removal of posters • New "Lantern" head selected by staff • Dan Giangiulio is elected new president of MSGA • Final plans set for May Day pageant, campus activities • Future teachers to hear talk Tuesday • Ludwig receives prize from chemical institute • Bus. Ad. club reorganizes; Bennett elected president • New Selective Service test scheduled to be given May 22 • Editorials: More pride needed; Super-patriots gag opinion • Spirit group meets to plan program for next year • Chess club loses match • Letters to the editor • German Club elects Owens • Junior-Sophomore weekend held • Pinned • Engagements • Many infected by senioritus • May pageants present queen in many guises • Parting seniors reveal one last desire • Hal Feist hurls seven-hit victory over Swarthmore • Girls net team gains shutout win • Delaware trounces Bears 10 to 3 with 15-hit attack • Cinder men rout Cadets, lose to Lehigh ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 14, 1952, Sarah Canan, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, Robert E. Armstrong, Ted Wenner, William Lukens Apr 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, April 14, 1952, Sarah Canan, Richard P. Richter, Evelyn Scharf, Robert E. Armstrong, Ted Wenner, William Lukens

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA plans for evaluation of professors • Alumni to hear Dr. Furbay speak • Language table meets • Sophs, freshmen draw up petitions; Deadline April 16 • Plans made to stop cheating • Library acquires new books • Operetta "Sari" scheduled for this weekend • Cultural Olympics rate play highly • French Club entertained • Jean Shepherd speaks at annual Weekly banquet: KYW disc jockey presents radio difficulties, problems • Heads named for YMCA • Late permissions discussed in WSGA meeting • Eight members to represent Pi Gamma Mu at Albright • IRC hears Ulbricht • German Club to hold hunt • Editorials: The "passive" student; Truman's steel seizure wrong • Dean of Men leads ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 17, 1952, Mary Yost, Elizabeth Joanne Heller, Richard P. Richter, Anne Neborak, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., G. Brandon Donahue Mar 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, March 17, 1952, Mary Yost, Elizabeth Joanne Heller, Richard P. Richter, Anne Neborak, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., G. Brandon Donahue

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA reveals penalty plan for cheating • Campus presidential election by ballot planned Thursday • Seminar concludes with talk on philosophy of marriage • Sarah Canan named 'Weekly" editor; Richard Richter to be managing editor • Fireside chat planned by Y • Thespians to act in Penn Olympics • Chinese diplomat to speak at Forum Wednesday, April 2 • Courses listed for Summer term by Dean • "Phila. Story" leaders named • Dr. Carleton Coon tells Forum of cave explorations in Iran • Editorials: Heart of the matter; Some last words; Ike strengthened in N. H. • Letters to the editor • Y delegates attend meeting at U. of P. • Four Ursinus ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 10, 1952, Mary Yost, Mary Jane Allen, Donna Webber, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf, William Lukens, Patricia Garrow, Charles Stahl, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Ted Wenner, Jean Leety, Paul M. Jones, G. Brandon Donahue Mar 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, March 10, 1952, Mary Yost, Mary Jane Allen, Donna Webber, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf, William Lukens, Patricia Garrow, Charles Stahl, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Ted Wenner, Jean Leety, Paul M. Jones, G. Brandon Donahue

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Cast chosen for Curtain Club play • New method used to contact students in Campus Chest drive • Operetta leads picked as "Sari" gets underway • Newman Club hears about new society • Sororities pledge 25 after week of rushing • Professors give various last minute admonitions at Y panel • Audrey Harte writes winning May Day pageant; Chairmen begin work: "Stolen Princess of Fantasy" is tale told in verse • Spirit group reorganizes • Noted archaeologist to give illustrated lecture at Forum • Juniors pick out theme for prom • Movie rescheduled • Two group plays to be staged Tuesday evening in T-G gym • Seniors plan dance, party at country ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 3, 1952, Mary Yost, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf Mar 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, March 3, 1952, Mary Yost, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA devises penalty plan for cheating • Petitions concerning Student Union being circulated • "Sari" committees begin work for Spring musical • Chemical Society lists meeting • Soph hop planned for Friday night • Lorelei proves success for belles • Y to present third Lenten morning watch service • Profs to give "last advice" at Y panel • Spirit workers to reorganize • FTA to see movies • Sororities begin annual rushing week today • 38 accept fraternity bids in signing today at noon • Bauman, Matthews named attendants in May Day court • Group plays set for production • Marriage speaker gives warnings • Beta Sig men give to bloodmobile en masse • Fastnacht party ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 25, 1952, Mary Yost, Jane Gulick, Elizabeth Joanne Heller, Richard P. Richter, Joan Higgins, Jonni Graf, David Hallstrom, Dorothy Griffith, Ted Wenner, Jean Leety, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Dick Bowman Feb 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, February 25, 1952, Mary Yost, Jane Gulick, Elizabeth Joanne Heller, Richard P. Richter, Joan Higgins, Jonni Graf, David Hallstrom, Dorothy Griffith, Ted Wenner, Jean Leety, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Dick Bowman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Frats begin rushing for new pledges • Sororities to start rushing March 3 • Any student urged to try out for Spring production • Freshman dance to be "celestial" • Group plays postponed • History of Anglo-Egyptian relations traced by speaker • Jeanne Careless chosen queen • Campaign against cutting campus begun by WSGA • Newman Club hears psychology talk • Blood donations sought again here • Piano-violin concert received favorably by Ursinus audience • Economics of marriage discussed at seminar • Fastnacht ball planned by clubs • Editorials: Needed - codified law; Is Korean War necessary? • Student Union ideas given • Five initiated into Rosicrucians society • Canterbury Club holds supper • Engagement • Forum tickets available ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 18, 1952, Mary Yost, Elsie R. Belz, Richard P. Richter, G. Brandon Donahue, Jonni Graf, Anne Neborak, Robert E. Armstrong, Patricia Garrow, Bob Odenheimer, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Dick Bowman, Paul M. Jones Feb 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, February 18, 1952, Mary Yost, Elsie R. Belz, Richard P. Richter, G. Brandon Donahue, Jonni Graf, Anne Neborak, Robert E. Armstrong, Patricia Garrow, Bob Odenheimer, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Dick Bowman, Paul M. Jones

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

1952 Selective Service test set for April • Violinist, pianist schedule program Thursday night • Tryouts held for Meistersingers; Cast is chosen • Egyptian to speak here Wednesday • Communist youth festival described by U.S. "delegate" • Elections Wednesday as four vie for May Queen • Anne Hughes tells of her college life • Spring play selected by Curtain Club • Drs. Garrett, Miller to address first professors' panel • Mr. Dolman to read Twain at English lit meeting • Sophomores plan eventful weekend for March 7-8 • Summer term students asked to select courses • Tea planned • Editorials: Where there's life; W. Europe forms new army • "Whistler" Donahue tells ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 11, 1952, Mary Yost, Elsie R. Belz, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf, Robert Herber, Jean Stewart, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Paul M. Jones, Ted Wenner, Jean Leety Feb 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, February 11, 1952, Mary Yost, Elsie R. Belz, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf, Robert Herber, Jean Stewart, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Paul M. Jones, Ted Wenner, Jean Leety

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Lorelei set for Feb. 29th; Leigh's Orchestra to play • 70 students on coveted B-list; 58 ineligible • Soph class to aid former member • Art instructions now offered by teacher • Curtain Club groups to stage two shows • Second marriage seminar planned Wednesday • May Day petitions due today • Pianist, violinist to play here in Bomberger concert • "Weekly" staff changes made • Lantern deadline set • Anne Hughes to speak at freshmen Color Day • 26 enroll as new students this semester • Barn dance set by Y Friday night • Dr. Yost makes TV debut in literature program • Tom Phillips elected new Ruby co-business manager • Communist poser ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 14, 1952, Mary Yost, Evelyn Scharf, Irene Schweitzer, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf, Robert Herber, Elsie R. Belz, David Hallstrom, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Ted Wenner Jan 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, January 14, 1952, Mary Yost, Evelyn Scharf, Irene Schweitzer, Richard P. Richter, Jonni Graf, Robert Herber, Elsie R. Belz, David Hallstrom, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Ted Wenner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

MSGA to enforce campus parking; new fines listed • Navy to send officer here for interviews • FTA hears lecture on visual aid subject • Dr. Phillips attends meeting of foreign student advisors • Forum speaker evaluates Middle East in address • May Queen petitions to go out Feb. 4; Pageant deadline set for February 27 • Rosicrucians add members; Tea is planned • Professors' panel needs questions • Music Club picks Spring operetta • Interest lack hits debating society • Dolman to read • Music Club gives annual recital featuring students • Delta Pi Sigma pledges to work to improve campus • Re-election for Ruby business manager planned by Juniors • Editorials: Is ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 7, 1952, Mary Yost, Richard P. Richter, Robert Rosenberger, Ted Wenner, Ed Klein Jan 1952

The Ursinus Weekly, January 7, 1952, Mary Yost, Richard P. Richter, Robert Rosenberger, Ted Wenner, Ed Klein

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Students asked to submit roster choices • Twelve outstanding seniors elected as members of college Who's Who • Schedule presented for Ruby pictures • Y news • Alpha Psi Omega greets new members • Music Club concert to be given Thursday • Trip canceled • Sigma Nu, Beta Sig entertain children • I. R. C. hears Rudloff; Ann Knauer to speak • Visual aid lecture listed for future teachers • Forum speaker lists topic for Wednesday night • Navy recruiter plans interviews for seniors • Editorials: There's still time; New Year topic is war • Engagements • Idea for Student Union at Ursinus gets impetus • Delaware favored in court race • PMC downs ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 10, 1951, Mary Yost, Ivy Leaman, Josephine Kain, Sally Canan, Lois Crawford, Richard P. Richter, Robert Herber, Jonni Graf, William Lukens, Carolyn Herber, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Bob Odenheimer, Ted Wenner, Ed Klein Dec 1951

The Ursinus Weekly, December 10, 1951, Mary Yost, Ivy Leaman, Josephine Kain, Sally Canan, Lois Crawford, Richard P. Richter, Robert Herber, Jonni Graf, William Lukens, Carolyn Herber, Nelson M. Fellman Jr., Bob Odenheimer, Ted Wenner, Ed Klein

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Feulner goes to convention in New York • Supply Store announces 40 percent reductions • Pi Gamma Mu sets initiation banquet for new members • Booster Committee doing art work • "Messiah" concert called credit to Philip's directing ability • Harte and Lukens named '53 year book co-editors • Count to speak at 3rd Forum on January 9 • Y hears lecture on loyalty oath • Students dance at "winter whirl" • Inge Rudloff to speak • Pre-Christmas week of gay events arrives • Curtain Club may give play again • Candlelight Communion planned Thursday night • St. Nick furthers his education by paying visit to Ursinus College • Editorials: Christmas spirit; Thanks ...