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Dr. Philip began choral tradition with one hundred voices in '38 • Handel's oratorio written in Dublin; German's contemporaries judged his operas best • "Wedding present" is job well done • Temple psych professor to speak tonight to PSEA • Wide experience, rich talent apply to Thursday's "Messiah" soloists • Ursinus' 24th "Messiah" hails Christmas season • Who's Who accepts fourteen students • Directors approve insurance policy • Grant, Draeger crowned lord, lady; Griffin named '62 permanent prexy • "Y" executive sees need for more YMCA publicity • Lists posted this week for Christmas banquet • Editorial: Full house; Distributor of the ticket • Latest student concert presents popular pieces • Ursinus in the past • The bear stood up • Syracuse, Miami to battle in third Liberty Bowl game • Mrs. William Ursinus Helfferich '93, saluted in "Alumni Journal" article • Young Republicans show "President at summit" • Texas take off preparations set for Ursinus' chef • Schedule squeezed for Bowl queen before game day • Community cooperation keynotes Fire Company • Peace Corps information discussed by an interested Ursinus senior • Alpha Psi admits three members • YM-YWCA campus affairs plans bridge tournament • Volleyball intramurals begin with strong entries • Folwell, Shearer captains of 1962 U.C. color guard • Bear basketeers edge Eastern 79-78 as Walt Dryfoos stages scoring spree • Coach to stress speed, substitution for Bear cagers • Rough rebounding, unorthodox moves key to Dryfoos' basketball success • Pi Nu inducts fourteen; Music enthusiasts honored • Greek gleanings

Publication Date

12-4-1961

Publisher

Ursinus College

City

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Keywords

Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Messiah, William F. Philip, Curtain Club, PSEA, Harold C. Reppert, Senior Ball, Stu Grant, Kathy Draeger, Calvin Griffin, Frederick D. Mayer, Alice Taylor, Gene Boucher, Jeannine Crader, Who's who, YMCA, student health insurance, Christmas, Sandra Holl, Liberty Bowl Game, Mrs. William Ursinus Helfferich, Young Republicans, Tony Colaneco, Collegeville Fire Company, Jim Shinnick, Walt Trout, Kurt Eckard, Peace Corps, Alpha Psi Omega, bridge tournament, intramural sports, Color Guard, basketball, Walter Dryfoos, Pi Nu Epsilon, sororities, fraternities

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This item is available courtesy of the Ursinus College Archives. It is not to be copied or distributed for commercial use.

Disciplines

Cultural History | Higher Education | Liberal Studies | Social History | United States History

Comments

This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 61, Number 8.

John R. Swinton, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 4, 1961

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