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Robert Kennedy To Ernest S. Mike, 11 December 1962, Ernest S. Mike Dec 1962

Robert Kennedy To Ernest S. Mike, 11 December 1962, Ernest S. Mike

Integration correspondence

No abstract provided.


The Ursinus Weekly, December 10, 1962, John B. Piston, Craig Garner Dec 1962

The Ursinus Weekly, December 10, 1962, John B. Piston, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Christmas activities in full swing: Week's events included Messiah, readings, carol sing, open houses; Highlights this week include communion service, banquets, dance, decorations contests • PSEA meeting to feature UC grad • Representatives chosen for nominating group • Alpha Psi names three pledges • Greek organizations hold children's parties • Amigo delivers Xmas message • Sears presents UC with $2,000 gift • Freshmen schedule January dance • Fackre discusses parish church before Chi Alpha • Congressman Schweiker will speak at Young GOP meeting tonight • Sororities hold meeting to explain functions • MSGA president continues talk on activities • Weekly reaches circulation high • Editorial: What is Christmas? • Letters to ...


John F. Kennedy To Ernest S. Mike, 6 December 1962, Ernest S. Mike Dec 1962

John F. Kennedy To Ernest S. Mike, 6 December 1962, Ernest S. Mike

Integration correspondence

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The Ursinus Weekly, December 3, 1962, John B. Piston, Sally Reed, Barbara Gettys, John Travis, Dennis Wilson Sr., Craig Garner Dec 1962

The Ursinus Weekly, December 3, 1962, John B. Piston, Sally Reed, Barbara Gettys, John Travis, Dennis Wilson Sr., Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Fourteen Ursinus seniors named to Who's Who in American Colleges • 25th annual "Messiah" performance scheduled for Thursday evening • Sophomore dance set for Saturday • A report from the president of the men's student government • Computers to be topic of Math Club meeting • Lord & lady, permanent officers named at Friday's senior ball • Russia subject of recent Y lecturer • Relevance of the parish church topic of theologian tomorrow • Curriculum changes discussed • Pre-medicals hear kidney lecture • Editorial: Toward a better Messiah • Alumni snatches • Letters to the editor • Constant activity a way of life with Dr. Maurice Armstrong • Eastern Baptist downs UC ...


The Palimpsest, Vol.43 No.12, December 1962 Dec 1962

The Palimpsest, Vol.43 No.12, December 1962

The Palimpsest

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Prosperous Years, Frank P. Donovan Dec 1962

Prosperous Years, Frank P. Donovan

The Palimpsest

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Heyday Of The North Western, Frank P. Donovan Dec 1962

Heyday Of The North Western, Frank P. Donovan

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


Exit The Passeger Train, Frank P. Donovan Dec 1962

Exit The Passeger Train, Frank P. Donovan

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


M & St L Purchase, Frank P. Donovan Dec 1962

M & St L Purchase, Frank P. Donovan

The Palimpsest

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Expansion, Frank P. Donovan Dec 1962

Expansion, Frank P. Donovan

The Palimpsest

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The Race To Council Bluffs, Frank P. Donovan Dec 1962

The Race To Council Bluffs, Frank P. Donovan

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


One Of The 'Big Three', Frank P. Donovan Dec 1962

One Of The 'Big Three', Frank P. Donovan

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


Enter The Omaha, Frank P. Donovan Dec 1962

Enter The Omaha, Frank P. Donovan

The Palimpsest

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Retrenchments And Abandonments, Frank P. Donovan Dec 1962

Retrenchments And Abandonments, Frank P. Donovan

The Palimpsest

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Modern Freight Railroad, Frank P. Donovan Dec 1962

Modern Freight Railroad, Frank P. Donovan

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


Rebel Underground (V.1 N.3), University Of Mississippi. Rebel Underground Dec 1962

Rebel Underground (V.1 N.3), University Of Mississippi. Rebel Underground

Integration newspapers and newsletters

The Rebel Underground stressed racial segregation and states' rights. The anonymously, irregularly published paper typically attacked James Meredith, Russell Barrett, James Silver, the federal government, Civil Rights groups, Communism and the Daily Mississippian. (The Rebel Underground contains racial slurs and ideas that reflect the views of some Mississippians during the Civil Rights movement. It is hoped that the Rebel Underground can be used to understand 1960s race relations and the context in which James Meredith enrolled at the University of Mississippi. The University of Mississippi does not condone the content of the Rebel Underground.)


Rebel Underground (V.1 N.3), University Of Mississippi. Rebel Underground Dec 1962

Rebel Underground (V.1 N.3), University Of Mississippi. Rebel Underground

Integration newspapers and newsletters

The Rebel Underground stressed racial segregation and states' rights. The anonymously, irregularly published paper typically attacked James Meredith, Russell Barrett, James Silver, the federal government, Civil Rights groups, Communism and the Daily Mississippian. (The Rebel Underground contains racial slurs and ideas that reflect the views of some Mississippians during the Civil Rights movement. It is hoped that the Rebel Underground can be used to understand 1960s race relations and the context in which James Meredith enrolled at the University of Mississippi. The University of Mississippi does not condone the content of the Rebel Underground.)


The Ursinus Weekly, November 19, 1962, John B. Piston, Carl F. Peek, Sally Reed, Carole Lane, Carlton Dingman, Robin L. Stevenson, Bill Pratt, Craig Garner Nov 1962

The Ursinus Weekly, November 19, 1962, John B. Piston, Carl F. Peek, Sally Reed, Carole Lane, Carlton Dingman, Robin L. Stevenson, Bill Pratt, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Surprise, it's '63" named theme for Senior Ball on November 30 • Ground will be broken second semester for UC's new million dollar dining hall • Peace Corps agent to visit campus • Fall play termed entertaining • Konick discusses teaching devices • Ursinus alumni hit $240,000 mark in fund drive • Dean Rothenberger attends conference • New Life's Haymen speaks in chapel • Whitians hold tea for upperclass women • Lesley Frost discusses poetry in Forum talk • Moretz and Gladstone elected co-editors of the 1964 Ruby • Stephen Blickman joins recent Koffee Klatch • Virus infection hits many UC students • Student concert held last week • Hungarian ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 12, 1962, John B. Piston, Susan Bell, Richard Sanders, Carl F. Peek, Barbara Gettys, Helen Hamlin, Robert Livingston, Bill Pratt, Cheryl Seigal Nov 1962

The Ursinus Weekly, November 12, 1962, John B. Piston, Susan Bell, Richard Sanders, Carl F. Peek, Barbara Gettys, Helen Hamlin, Robert Livingston, Bill Pratt, Cheryl Seigal

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Curtain Club's "Mr. & Mrs. North" scheduled to open Friday evening • Founders Day salutes college • Debaters score in recent matches • Hinduism topic of IRC speaker tonight • Color film to highlight Bible study meeting • Chamberlin views Christian faith • Junior class dance • Lesley Frost to discuss poetry Wednesday in Forum appearance • Reed and Hendrixson elected to MSGA • Science groups begin tutoring service • Ursinus hockeywomen distinguished with all-college team honors • Larry Coon declared winner in semester's cigarette contest • Zucker defeated in bid for state senate • Editorial: Congratulations, hockey team; Up with the drug! • Vice-president Wagner discusses publicity policy of the college • Humor, informality mark Kirkpatrick • Letters to the editor • Mohammed tells Weekly of summer experiences • Football team downed 20-12 in Lebanon Valley mud bath • Ups & downs of the soccermen • Brothers Brackin soccer standouts • Hockey squad finishes season with perfect record of 6 wins


Home. Sweet Home, Dorothy Ashby Pownall Nov 1962

Home. Sweet Home, Dorothy Ashby Pownall

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


Broadening Horizons, Dorothy Ashby Pownall Nov 1962

Broadening Horizons, Dorothy Ashby Pownall

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


Living In The Present, Dorothy Ashby Pownall Nov 1962

Living In The Present, Dorothy Ashby Pownall

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


The Palimpsest, Vol.43 No.11, November 1962 Nov 1962

The Palimpsest, Vol.43 No.11, November 1962

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


New Adventures, Dorothy Ashby Pownall Nov 1962

New Adventures, Dorothy Ashby Pownall

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


A Dedicated Teacher, Dorothy Ashby Pownall Nov 1962

A Dedicated Teacher, Dorothy Ashby Pownall

The Palimpsest

No abstract provided.


The Alien Registration Act Of 1940, Carol R. Rice Oct 1962

The Alien Registration Act Of 1940, Carol R. Rice

History ETDs

The purpose of this thesis is to discuss the various factors which led to the passage of the Smith Act. Into this consideration will enter the numerous bills introduced during the decade, the congressional investigating committee, and their reports.


The Ursinus Weekly, October 29, 1962, John B. Piston, Sharon E. Robbins, Sharon Rothenberger, Sally Campbell, Barbara Gettys, Linda Carpenter, Ed Leister, Craig Garner Oct 1962

The Ursinus Weekly, October 29, 1962, John B. Piston, Sharon E. Robbins, Sharon Rothenberger, Sally Campbell, Barbara Gettys, Linda Carpenter, Ed Leister, Craig Garner

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Founders Day affair Sunday features theologian McCord • Student concert series opens in Philadelphia • Cub and Key men meet at Millers • Juniors plan turnabout dance • Pi Nu welcomes seven new pledges • Improved Main Street is becoming auto speedway • Saturday's Innkeepers concert delights and enchants audience • Pre-medicals hear Hudock lecture on electrocardiograph • Foreign students speak at recent reception • Young GOP meeting scheduled for Tuesday • Tense Cuban situation draws profs' comments • UC represented at WAC program • Library display depicts internationality of UC • "The Rail" will open soon • Chamberlin will speak next week in Y program • Editorial: An alarming issue; Campus post office ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 22, 1962, John B. Piston, Jean E. Hunter, Ted Wilf, Barbara Gettys, Sharon Rothenberger, Carole Lane, Ed Leister Oct 1962

The Ursinus Weekly, October 22, 1962, John B. Piston, Jean E. Hunter, Ted Wilf, Barbara Gettys, Sharon Rothenberger, Carole Lane, Ed Leister

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Queen & football victory highlight Saturday's Homecoming festivities • Students enjoy Winterthur visit • Pre-medicals hear student talks • Gould, Moser, Harris and Miller elected as freshman officers • Recent Spike convocation provocative, analytic • Tim Cope elected as MSGA soph rep. • Sororities take in 54 women • "Weekly" meeting for new members • Dawson and King chosen for cheerleading squad • PSEA meeting opens season • Innkeepers tour from G-B to UC • Young GOPers outline voting procedure • Ruby sales begin • Cole family concert slated for Norristown • Millers join "koffee klatch" opener • Editorial: A broken back • UC coed writes of Summer experiences at reform school • A report on the ...


Unknown To Mr. James H. Meredith (16 October 1962), Author Unknown Oct 1962

Unknown To Mr. James H. Meredith (16 October 1962), Author Unknown

Correspondence: Pro-integration

No abstract provided.


From One Who Sympathizes (One Of Many) To Mr. Meredith (15 October 1962), Author Unknown Oct 1962

From One Who Sympathizes (One Of Many) To Mr. Meredith (15 October 1962), Author Unknown

Correspondence: Pro-integration

Signed by "From one who sympathizes (one of many)"