Title

1945 Ruby

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Description

A digitized copy of the 1945 Ruby

Publication Date

1945

Publisher

Ursinus College

City

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Keywords

Class of 1945, Class of 1946, Class of 1947, Class of 1948, Richard T. Schellhase, WWII, World War II, V-12 Unit, navy, soldiers, Navy College Training Program, baseball, swimming, softball, football, basketball, tennis, track, soccer, wrestling, field hockey, debating club, Women's Athletic Association, YMCA, YWCA, Brotherhood of St. Paul, Cub and Key Society, Rosicrucians, International Relations Club, Curtain Club, Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, yearbook, Ruby, history, alumni, faculty, students, student culture, student life, athletics, organizations, clubs, societies, student government, Alpha Sigma Nu, Kappa Delta Kappa, Omega Chi, Phi Alpha Psi, Tau Kappa Alpha, Tau Sigma Gamma

Disciplines

Higher Education | Liberal Studies | Social History

Comments

This digital copy of the Ruby is available as a downloadable, searchable PDF document. It may take a few minutes to download.

Printed by Alliance Printing Co.

The following text appears in the folded space between pages 30-31 and was unable to be digitized: "One influence that may cause a lasting change in Ursinus jargon is the assimilation of Navy slang that has taken place in the past two years. Floors are now decks, walls are bulkheads, the dining room is the chow hall, and a bed is a sack. Previous to the establishment of the Perkiomen beach-head, no one on the campus had ever heard of strength tests or compulsory cross country running or morning exercises. Now P.T. and the obstacle course are familiar to all."

1945 Ruby

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