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The Ursinus Weekly, January 11, 1968, Herbert C. Smith, Byron Jackson, Gene Searfoss Jan 1968

The Ursinus Weekly, January 11, 1968, Herbert C. Smith, Byron Jackson, Gene Searfoss

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Anthropology added to Spring semester • Campus building program includes multi-purpose convocation hall • I.S. Council solicits for memorial fund • Students begin charity planning • Class attendance rule liberalized by faculty • Faculty member awarded N.S.F. science fellowship • Art show opens featuring space • Editorial: A call for open dorms • Black and beautiful • Far from the madding crowd • Letters to the editor • Viet Cong rest camp found in Cambodia • Psychedelic covers enclose more and better prose • Hundreds see plays by Philadelphia drama groups • SFARC report • Dean Pettit crowns Holly at Jr. Prom • Bears recover from defeat; Beat Swarthmore in overtime • Bears lose ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1967, Lawrence Romane, Mort Kersey, Chuck Broadbent, Herbert C. Smith, Loretta Wagner Mar 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1967, Lawrence Romane, Mort Kersey, Chuck Broadbent, Herbert C. Smith, Loretta Wagner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Pumpernickel Players success, Zoo Story, Sandbox postponed • Weekend social activities continue on U.C. campus: The Magnificent Men welcomed • Senior class presents "Mardi gras" • Dr. Howard receives research grant: National Science Foundation honors noted biologist • Protection from whom? • Common market: Dr. Andre Philip to speak March 8 • Editorial: Conservatives in the guise of liberals • Letter to the editor • Frosh asks for guidance to decipher "Clarkanese" • Success of Drifters to assure survival of "gutty" Agency: Meritz cites own group IF Council for comeback • With all the warts: James G. Clark • History column • Hinkle calls chapel cutdown "compromise"; Promises cultural emphasis in ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1967, Lawrence Romane, Herbert C. Smith, Mort Kersey, Frederick Jacob, Lewis Bostic Feb 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1967, Lawrence Romane, Herbert C. Smith, Mort Kersey, Frederick Jacob, Lewis Bostic

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Lorelei, the Drifters, and winter I.F. highlight February social events: Winter weekend approaches; Rock and roll comes to Ursinus; Lorelei lures "Ye Gods" • 1967 Whitians chosen • Color Day approaches • U.C. singers tour in Feb. • Chapel changes • Sheriff speaks • Scholarship to Scotland available to Ursinus sophs • Editorial: Fact over fiction • Clark visit stimulates appeal to government • Letter to home: Uses for Wismer Lounge confuse UC freshman • "The play's the thing" • Curtain Club to collaborate with Pumpernickel Players: Will produce two plays in upcoming month • Letter to the editor • History column • Bears lose to Swarthmore 70-67 • Grapplers fall to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 19, 1967, Lawrence Romane, Herbert C. Smith, Lewis Bostic, Byron Jackson, Josi Short, Kenneth Macleod Jan 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, January 19, 1967, Lawrence Romane, Herbert C. Smith, Lewis Bostic, Byron Jackson, Josi Short, Kenneth Macleod

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Kutztown artists exhibit works: Art show in Wismer • Siren's screams entice Ursinus men • A look toward activism: Selma's sheriff to address Ursinus • DuPont grant develops CMP • Groans result from fad of new profs • Who's Who honors eight seniors • 2 one acts • G.E. College Bowl hosts U.C. team • U.C. gives to art rescue campaign • Students miss MWA • Final examination schedule • Editorial: A ten dollar bill? • Weekly staff remnants fill Kersey void? • History column • Blues for Mr. Malcolm • Ursinus College makes screen debut with promotions, movie spectacular: Paar narrates, students act in candid color • Ursinus' high ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 8, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Mort Kersey, Herbert C. Smith, Melvyn H. Ehrlich, Barry Feierman, Lewis Bostic, Allen Faaet Dec 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, December 8, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Mort Kersey, Herbert C. Smith, Melvyn H. Ehrlich, Barry Feierman, Lewis Bostic, Allen Faaet

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Two new soloists to appear in Messiah • Tiffany jewels dazzle Prom-goers • Agency brings Odetta to U.C. campus: Contralto to appear here Saturday • Career center • Seasonal festivities include Xmas banquet • Esso foundation grant • Curtain Club scores with "The Crucible" • Scholarships • Focus prints • Editorial: The Ursinus meal • Go you Bears! Or, glimpses into the rich and varied past of Grizzlies • Letter to the editor: Chapel examined • Book review: Is Bokonon dead? • The Crucible: A play for all seasons • Recent school blaze injures two Ursinus volunteer firemen • "Project Earth turnabout" is new Ursinus plan to stop Red missiles • Bears top Delval, Campbell ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 12, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Walt Trout, Alexis C. Anderson Apr 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, April 12, 1966, Lawrence Romane, Walt Trout, Alexis C. Anderson

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

1966 Campus Chest drive opens: Local, national, international charities represented • Miles and microscopes; Blind and education • War and orphans • Organizations slate activities: Vehicle race to kick off week • Camels and Campus Chest • Editorial: We have - have you? • First annual carnival promises fun, food, games and prizes • Let's make this a record year • Enthusiasm is the keynote for this year's Committee • The orphan, the blind, the negro: Children receive necessities and love at crowded orphanage; Viet Cong victim adopted; Doubly-handicapped find home • Negro betterment aim: Miles conducts head start programs for K, through college; Progress report of the readiness ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 7, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Sue Yost, Mort Kersey, Kenneth Macleod, Judy Schneider Mar 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, March 7, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Sue Yost, Mort Kersey, Kenneth Macleod, Judy Schneider

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Senior Symposium tours Phila. settlement homes • Curtain Club lists Spring dramatics • "The Ballet Chaffee" to be Wednesday evening Forum • Folk Society donates $250 • Y to present Accion leader • Swann receives memorial scholarship • Temple begins math internship • Editorial: The apathetic syndrome • Young and old, rich and poor accepted by Admissions Office: 81% of present freshmen placed near top of class • Dolman stresses importance of Admissions interviews • Letter to the editor • Swim team soaks Temple; Drops one to E. S'burg • Girls B'ball team drops game to WC • Intramural corner • Bears make creditable showing in MACs • 1965-1966 wrestling roundup • Greek gleanings ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 28, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Frederick Jacob, Susan Tucker, Paul Zamostien, Judith Olshefskie Feb 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, February 28, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Frederick Jacob, Susan Tucker, Paul Zamostien, Judith Olshefskie

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Alumni to enrich activities with new "student fund": Seniors will be instrumental in pushing ambitious scheme • Fraternities add total of 68 men • In memoriam: Dr. Roland F. Doane • Forum to levitate alumni dollars into pockets of needy activities • Reed and Barton hold annual Silver Opinion contest • Alumni corner • This week's movie is for the birds • Europe with Mr. Davis: 2 credits and a "fun" summer • Student faculty art winners • Letter to the editor • Anyone can learn a language! Profs reveal secrets of success in exclusive Weekly interviews • Sage advice offered by UC "elder statesman" • "Izzy & Lizzy" opens triumphant amid ribbon snippings, hurrahs: Basement becomes informal cafe • Troster scores 52: All time scoring champ; Bears stagger Pharmacy as ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 21, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Mort Kersey, Susan U. Lynch, Frank A. Lyon, Lance Diskan, Linda Richtmyre, Leslie Rudnyanszky, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien Feb 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, February 21, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Mort Kersey, Susan U. Lynch, Frank A. Lyon, Lance Diskan, Linda Richtmyre, Leslie Rudnyanszky, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Mrs. Pancoast speaks for traditional Color Day • M-singers plan concert tour • Curtain Club to give 3 "one acts" • Winter IF Weekend "greatest ever" • Chem. Dept. offers guest lecturers • Dean's list • Y-SAC presents Pfeiffer Players • "The rush is on" • Editorial: Freeland a go-go, a retrospection • Letter to the editor • 78% would forgo weekend migrations to socialize at Freeland on Fridays: Poll shows a-go-go tops in minds of UC students • 800 eager students thrilled by thunderous Olatunji show • Dominican ambassador to brief model UN panel • Lantern seeks new contributors among swinging, lazy students • Intramural corner • Courtmen win thriller in overtime battle ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 14, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Bonnie Mccolm, Mort Kersey, Chuck Broadbent, Loretta Wagner, Jon Katz, Leslie Rudnyanszky, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien Feb 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, February 14, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Bonnie Mccolm, Mort Kersey, Chuck Broadbent, Loretta Wagner, Jon Katz, Leslie Rudnyanszky, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Happiness is the Lorelei: Traditional turnabout features peanuts, Whitians and kings • Dr. Riffe plans Shakespeare trips • St. Andrews Soc. offers stipend for study abroad • Agency Olatunji concert kicks off winter IF • Art is contemplation • Mrs. Pancoast to speak at Color Day • PSEA hears talk on ed. changes • Editorial: Situations to ponder • Controversy suggests student interest in local art exhibited in Wismer: "What is it?" they ask • "Aching need" filled by Supply Store a-go-go • Quiet hours shattered by fire as candle sets Hobson ablaze • Kersey lauds IF initiative • Paw prints • Intramural corner • UC dropped by E'town, routs Hopkins • Women's ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 17, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Thomas W. Beaver, William Schuyler Pettit, Bob Dunkle, Charles Yerger, Samuel Totaro, Frederick Light, Robert Barandon, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien, Kenneth Macleod, Chuck Broadbent Jan 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, January 17, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, Thomas W. Beaver, William Schuyler Pettit, Bob Dunkle, Charles Yerger, Samuel Totaro, Frederick Light, Robert Barandon, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien, Kenneth Macleod, Chuck Broadbent

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Y speaker on Vietnam assails US policy • PSEA hears advice from student teachers • Alumni invite U.C. seniors to gala at Bala • Ursinus Plan, part 2: Detailed explanation of new curricular program • U.C. receives $2,500 grant • Lorelei "sirens" seek out male campus element • Alumni Centennial corner • Editorial: We get letters? Only wish we did! • Letters to the editor • Editors, professor applaud maiden publication of Focus: All cite necessity for participation of student body • Only seven can secure "greatest Ursinus honor": Cub and Key to induct at Prom • Intramural corner • Wrestlers strangle H'ford, Albright: Shut out Fords 37-0 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 10, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, William Schuyler Pettit, Loretta Wagner, Timothy C. Coyne, Sue Yost, Quimby Rae, Frederick Jacob, Jon Katz, Leslie Rudnyanszky, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien, Robert Barandon Jan 1966

The Ursinus Weekly, January 10, 1966, Patricia Rodimer, William Schuyler Pettit, Loretta Wagner, Timothy C. Coyne, Sue Yost, Quimby Rae, Frederick Jacob, Jon Katz, Leslie Rudnyanszky, Larry Wellikson, Paul Zamostien, Robert Barandon

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Senate urges reading period before exams • The Freeland story • The Ursinus plan: To advance the quality of education at UC • UC receives $25,000 grant • Alumni fund hits new peak in contributions • Lantern contest proclaims winners • Roster changes • Examination schedule • We'll not forget: A promise to Freeland; Old building to be razed to provide Library site • A senior's view of Freeland: Can Library replace Freeland's primacy? • An alumnus' view of Freeland: Alumnus recalls Freeland as "source of campus activities" • Search into Ursinus history substantiates second oldest graduate's assertion: Yes, Freeland was indeed everything • Delaware flattens UC ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 13, 1965, Patricia Rodimer, Timothy C. Coyne, Kenneth Macleod, Charles Yerger, Frederick Jacob, Frederick Light, Loretta Wagner, Barbara Allen, Samuel Totaro Dec 1965

The Ursinus Weekly, December 13, 1965, Patricia Rodimer, Timothy C. Coyne, Kenneth Macleod, Charles Yerger, Frederick Jacob, Frederick Light, Loretta Wagner, Barbara Allen, Samuel Totaro

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dean explains Student Activities Committee • Clamer girls bring to campus the "Sound of Christmas" • Mary Griffiths reigns over Prom • Festivities fill U.C. holiday week • Tradition highlights 28th Messiah performance • H-ford prof to speak on Vietnam • Second student concert attended by UC students • Summer jobs abound in D.C. • Greeks hold kids' Xmas parties • Editorial: Congratulations to the Agency; APO decorates campus; Nocturnal serenade • How does a "Mr." become a "Dr."? Reporter traces progress of Professor to demonstrate long, arduous route • Is CMP integrated? No! Now wait! Just maybe • Page editor analyzes dining hall situation; Blames both sides for affair ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 6, 1965, Patricia Rodimer, Thomas W. Beaver, Sue Yost, Chuck Broadbent, Jon Katz, Kenneth Macleod Dec 1965

The Ursinus Weekly, December 6, 1965, Patricia Rodimer, Thomas W. Beaver, Sue Yost, Chuck Broadbent, Jon Katz, Kenneth Macleod

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Weekly announces new staff members • Juniors initiate Prom innovation • Autistic child subject of Psych Club meeting • 28th Messiah performance features soloists Mayes, Valente, Jones and Mayer • Career conference scheduled for Dec. 7, 8 and 9 • Spanish Club offers UNICEF Christmas cards • Senses explored in Moody film • Retzlaff to address MSGA Christmas banquet • Phila. alumni elect regional president • Christmas events • Editorial: The Ursinus story • Theater-in-the-round scores instant success with audience • Klatsch speaker upholds liberal playboy philosophy • Letters to the editor • Mormons amaze UC'ers attending YMCA forum • Soccer-Football wrap-up • Kamela named All-American • Sue Day makes All-American hockey team • Cagers win openers ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 8, 1965, Craig S. Hill, Alexis C. Anderson, Samuel Walker, Lynn Martin Mar 1965

The Ursinus Weekly, March 8, 1965, Craig S. Hill, Alexis C. Anderson, Samuel Walker, Lynn Martin

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Freshmen women receive UC colors, learn meaning in 35th annual observance • William James scholar to speak in faculty Forum • Faculty agrees to publish next Weekly issue • Carousel features queen and court, Cub and Key seven: Fine decorations, Al Raymond band add to evening • Psych Club hears Phila. social worker • Two seniors win electrochemical scholarships • Students produce House hearing on Watkins case • 33 men join fraternities: Five frats bid • Applications urged for political internship plan • Track notice • Editorial: Fraternity rushing • Red China today: Still growing • Letters to the editor • Book review: Good grief, it's Candy • "Snellbelles" smash East Stroudsburg 63-48 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 1, 1965, Craig S. Hill, Helen Simmons, Franklin Irvin Sheeder Jr., John Bradley, Carlton Dingman, Karen Kohn Mar 1965

The Ursinus Weekly, March 1, 1965, Craig S. Hill, Helen Simmons, Franklin Irvin Sheeder Jr., John Bradley, Carlton Dingman, Karen Kohn

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Junior class extends invitation to Carousel: Al Raymond band at Sunnybrook • Pi Nu Epsilon sponsors annual Greek song fest • Students and faculty contribute to art show: Prizes awarded to varied entries in 3 day exhibit • Spring Festival adopts South Pacific theme, selects committees • WSGA plans to adopt a child • Students to dramatize "un-American" hearing • Collegeville coffee house provides weekend activity • Whitians greet scholastic women in biannual tea • Rushing, or - a puzzled frosh asks "Why am I so popular?" • Baseball season starts tomorrow • Editorial: Cheating • Frosh to receive colors in annual ceremony • Letters to the editor • Customs: Its development and its ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 22, 1965, Craig S. Hill, Patricia Rodimer, Samuel Walker, Alexis C. Anderson, Lynn Martin, John Bradley, Candace Sprecher, Peter Dunn, Marianne Murphy Feb 1965

The Ursinus Weekly, February 22, 1965, Craig S. Hill, Patricia Rodimer, Samuel Walker, Alexis C. Anderson, Lynn Martin, John Bradley, Candace Sprecher, Peter Dunn, Marianne Murphy

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

The weekend that was: First annual winter weekend a winner • "Y" plans second annual art show and awards • TW3 presentation demands "humor, wit and intelligence" of audience as well as players • Sophomore men again eligible for St. Andrew's grant • Weekly interviews Richard Richter, Alumni Secretary • UC produces no winners in bridge tourney • UCC workers report Summer project in South • PSEA hears Ridge speak on trends in education • All college rally in volleyball, badminton planned • Editorial: Semi-concentrated study • Victory in South Vietnam: Is it worth the price? • Letters to the editor • How to get an "A" without really studying • New ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1965, Craig S. Hill, Mary Anne Holmgren, Patricia Smith, Howard M. Smith Jr., Alexis C. Anderson, Candace Sprecher, Karen Kohn, Samuel Walker, Marianne Murphy Feb 1965

The Ursinus Weekly, February 15, 1965, Craig S. Hill, Mary Anne Holmgren, Patricia Smith, Howard M. Smith Jr., Alexis C. Anderson, Candace Sprecher, Karen Kohn, Samuel Walker, Marianne Murphy

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Lorelei at Sunnybrook features Lester Lanin: Ten Whitians named, John Wirth crowned king • Forum presents Hinderas performing American works • Inter-Fraternity Council plans three part weekend: To be first in series of Winter events • Agency presents British TW3 in conjunction with Greek weekend: London group here Thursday • Rights workers to speak on Miss. Summer project • Phi Beta Kappa professors seek student chapter • "Y" and Curtain Club cooperate on JB production • Campus Chest committee chooses groups to benefit • Editorial: Time for a change • Student teachers relate classroom experiences • Giovanni's Room = Departure for Baldwin • Students help to convert gift shop into coffee ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 11, 1965, Craig S. Hill, Helen Simmons, John Bradley, Sue Hartenstine, Candace Sprecher, Alexis C. Anderson, George Atkinson, Samuel Walker, Carlton Dingman, Marianne Murphy, Linda Rader Jan 1965

The Ursinus Weekly, January 11, 1965, Craig S. Hill, Helen Simmons, John Bradley, Sue Hartenstine, Candace Sprecher, Alexis C. Anderson, George Atkinson, Samuel Walker, Carlton Dingman, Marianne Murphy, Linda Rader

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Football players receive awards at banquet: Tony Motto gets All-ECAC • Ursinus to send delegation to Model UN • Weekly names Sam Walker sports editor • Faculty Forum to present concert, lecture recital: 20th century American music, subject • Three placed in teaching positions • Pre-meds to hear two Sacred Heart pathologists • World's Fair invites college talent to perform • Pi Nu Epsilon, music fraternity, initiates eight • Norristown man named to vacancy in Treas. Office • Good band, decorations add to great TG dance • "The best TV show in the world" • Editorial: Our large small college • Bob Dylan: Alone and indifferent • J. D. Salinger writes for ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 14, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Susan Royack, Patricia Smith, John Campbell, Candace Sprecher, John Bradley, Peter Dunn, George Davis, Marianne Murphy, Alexis C. Anderson Dec 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, December 14, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Susan Royack, Patricia Smith, John Campbell, Candace Sprecher, John Bradley, Peter Dunn, George Davis, Marianne Murphy, Alexis C. Anderson

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Enthusiastic Pooh audience hears A. A. Milne children's play: Matinee by Curtain Club • Faculty accepts senate approved hours change • Chorus and soloists usher Christmas season with 27th annual Messiah: Students attend full afternoon rehearsal • Christmas activities fill last week of 1964: Robin Roberts at MSGA banquet; Women's banquet; Dorms hold open house; Mrs. Helfferich's party; Candlelight communion; Christmas dance • Greeks hosts to orphans in area parties • Richard P. Richter accepts duties as alumni secretary • Frosh plan cool "Ice palace '65" • Bridge tourney on UC campus • Spirit of Christmas present • B-ball team splits two close ones, 60-59 and ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 7, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Dorothy Davis, Barry Feinberg, Eve Kegerize, Alexis C. Anderson, Cathy Pregmon, Elaine Davis, George Davis, Marianne Murphy Dec 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, December 7, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Dorothy Davis, Barry Feinberg, Eve Kegerize, Alexis C. Anderson, Cathy Pregmon, Elaine Davis, George Davis, Marianne Murphy

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

225 voice choir and professional soloists to present annual Messiah performance • Faculty members gain recognition: Yale Press publishes Foster volumes; Dr. Hinkle appointed assistant prof • Psych Club hears Manus on the retarded child • Judy Collins captivates Thursday concert audience: Folk songstress and fine entertainer • E and R church awards grant for scholarship fund • Juniors succeed with turned about turnabout • WSGA appoints judiciary and election boards • Philadelphia Orchestra presents varied concert • An invitation to sophomore and junior women • Editorial: Fa-la-la • Letters to the editor • European tour group readies for next Summer • Romanticism vs. classicism at Kaffee Klatsch • The lively lives of ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 9, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Carlton Dingman, Barry Feinberg, Patricia Rodimer, Helen Simmons, Karen Kohn, Susan Rayack, Candace Sprecher, Alexis C. Anderson, George Davis, Marianne Murphy Nov 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, November 9, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Carlton Dingman, Barry Feinberg, Patricia Rodimer, Helen Simmons, Karen Kohn, Susan Rayack, Candace Sprecher, Alexis C. Anderson, George Davis, Marianne Murphy

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Senior Ball, Friday, offers Camelot, Al Raymond band: Lord and Lady, permanent class officers to be announced • Graduate awards available from science foundation • Miller and Zucker review election returns, meaning • Museum director on American art to be Forum highlight: Dr. Turner to emphasize the 20th century • William Shaffer, vice-president UC Board of Directors, dies • Pancoast in State House to seek greater local power • Faculty action penalizes 4 with fines, demerits • Curtain Club selects cast for Winnie the Pooh production, schedules December showing • English Club to meet tonight • Editorial: Altruism at Ursinus • Life in the cow palace; An eyewitness account • Kaffee ...


The Ursinus Weekly, September 28, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Dorothy Davis, George Davis Sep 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, September 28, 1964, Craig S. Hill, Dorothy Davis, George Davis

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Sue Harman places in Penna. title contest • Curtain Club programs Fall theater events • Customs continue at UC: Frosh don dinks, signs, socks in annual orientation program • 249 freshmen weather first week of orientation, classes: Arrive Saturday for weekend of preliminary assemblies and introductions • Messiah chorus begins practice • Ursinus receives $1,000 grant from Gulf Oil Co. • Letter to the editor • Young Democrats plan campaign • Three classes participate in Summer program • Something to live up to: Ursinus stars in Inquirer article • 47 freshmen arrive with honors • Teacher exams for student teachers • Poetry contest for students • Dean announces stiffer parking enforcement • UC ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 13, 1964, Craig S. Hill, William Lundgren, Kent Ferguson, Frank Caiola, George Davis Apr 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, April 13, 1964, Craig S. Hill, William Lundgren, Kent Ferguson, Frank Caiola, George Davis

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

WSGA elections Wednesday: Barbara Hultz, Valerie Moritz run for association president • Contenders campaign comments • Ursinus hosts science fair • Sophomores plan weekend outing • Psych Club to hear Grosslight • Alumna to perform at piano dedication • Four charities benefit in Chest drive from campuswide activities: Shorb and Riley co-chairmen of project • Otto C. Lee to speak in PAC forum • MSGA winners announced • New look for SWC • Dr. Allen reads his poetry tonite • Editorial: Weekly policy • Spring, when a young man's fancy turns to pledging • When a Negro hates • Next President: Rockefeller • Changing Ursinus • Ursinus victorious in all Spring sports: Baseball team defeats ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 16, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, John Bradley, James Hake, Mary Ann Wuenschel, Robert Livingston, Craig Garner Mar 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, March 16, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, John Bradley, James Hake, Mary Ann Wuenschel, Robert Livingston, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Campus Chest set to begin April 6: Shorb and Riley Committee heads • Concert season begun by UC Meistersingers: Group will tour New York state • Noss, theologian & author, will speak here Wednesday • History students will hear Bohl at Wednesday tea • Jeanne Dawson crowned prom queen; Cub and Key taps seven junior men • Three co-eds make US lacrosse team: Great Britain scene of games • Mass meeting of students planned for Wednesday • Group organizes fund campaign; Will defray cost for Ursinus girls on lacrosse team • WSGA approves rule change • Ursinus receives Gulf Oil grant • Psychology Club officers elected • Editorial: Don't walk on that grass; Compulsion won't do it • Journalism grants available • Charles I trial topic of Forum • Letters to ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 9, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, David J. Phillips, Carl F. Peek, John Bradley, Susan Bell, Carlton Dingman, Cheryl Siegal Mar 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, March 9, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, David J. Phillips, Carl F. Peek, John Bradley, Susan Bell, Carlton Dingman, Cheryl Siegal

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Junior Prom and Agency concert highlight coming weekend • Curtain Club chooses cast; Meridy Murphy will direct "Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker" • Kaffee Klatsch topic "politics" • Sig Nu and ZX win Songfest • Photo contest • Wedgwood, controversial historian, author, here Wednesday evening • Campus Chest plans underway • Red Cross seeking qualified swimmers • 1,100 applications filed at UC for Fall admissions • Jean Hunter, Howard Smith elected Ruby co-editors • March placement schedule posted • Ursinus to raise tuition rate $200 effective Sept. 1 • Review: Mr. Lincoln on civil rights • Navy OCS team will visit campus next week • Letters to the editor • Fall of man topic of Bible ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, Craig Garner Mar 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, Carl F. Peek, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Old Cape Cod Junior Prom theme • Agency concert set for Jr. Prom weekend: Lonnie Johnson, Gordon Bok • Genevieve Blatt will speak Wednesday: Secretary of Internal Affairs possible US Senate nominee; Miss Blatt is central figure in Pennsylvania Democratic controversy • Pi Nu sponsors Greek Song Fest • Junior class will elect men for top Ruby positions • UC represented at State Band; Campbell and Stayer travel to Wilkes • Frats pledge 45 men today • Yale professor arrested as spy speaks at Lincoln; Lincoln IRC invites Ursinus to lecture • Debate Team falls to Naval Academy • UC plays host to music fraternity • Lantern to sponsor writing ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 24, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, Sally Reed, John Bradley, Carl F. Peek, Robert Shaw, Sharon Rothenberger, Roy Christman, Craig Garner Feb 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, February 24, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, Sally Reed, John Bradley, Carl F. Peek, Robert Shaw, Sharon Rothenberger, Roy Christman, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

First Ursinus art show is extraordinary success • Thursday night concert of Four Freshmen proves that big names are possible here • Mr. Hudnut to lead Bible Study group • Kenneth Wells to speak Wed.; President of Freedoms Foundation • Miracles subject of vespers talk • Pi Nu to host national chapters • St. Andrews gives annual awards; Study in Scotland with stipend • Dr. Zucker to appear with Rutgers choir in Carnegie Hall concert • Curtain Club sets production date • Ursinus in three-way second place MAC tie • Bible Study fellowship to present film Tuesday • Pre-med and chemical groups hear Dr. Guarino • Editorial: No more doubt; Let's ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 17, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, James Hake, David J. Phillips, Carl F. Peek, Barbara Gettys, Robert Shaw, Craig Garner Feb 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, February 17, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, James Hake, David J. Phillips, Carl F. Peek, Barbara Gettys, Robert Shaw, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Preparations in final stage for Four Freshmen concert • Asian students: APO will begin to collect books for foundation • "Evolution and world federalism" to be topic of Dr. Charles Price • Art exhibit set for weekend • Summer job opportunities • Three sororities begin Spring rush • Traditional Lorelei turnabout held; Dance king crowned, Whitians presented • Freshman pre-med views Christian concept of unity • Women to receive colors Thursday • English Club to hear Harvard poet • Editorial: A bit of discretion, please; Ursinus big time; Apology • Sub-species new theory of race evolution • Review of books • Letters to the editor • After one week the acting Dean: Dr. Vorrath ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 10, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, Carlton Dingman, F. Donald Zucker, Carl F. Peek, Robert Shaw Feb 1964

The Ursinus Weekly, February 10, 1964, Sharon E. Robbins, Carlton Dingman, F. Donald Zucker, Carl F. Peek, Robert Shaw

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Tickets still available for Four Freshmen • Lorelei dance February 14; Music by Lester Lanin • Dr. Allen, Ursinus prof, publishes book of poems • IS-IFC plans set for song festival • Dr. Helen T. Garrett to leave UC for Parisian sabbatical • Job interview schedule released • Weekly editors, staff hold tea for College faculty • Dr. R. Doane to speak at UC Circle meeting • Two students visit campus • Dr. Carleton Coon, anthropologist, to speak at UC Forum on Feb. 12 • Sorority rushing to begin Monday • Frats to begin Spring rush • Mr. J. Douglas Davis to conduct fourth annual European tour • Lincoln students to visit Ursinus ...