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Current comment: Loyalty fund • President's letter • College is recipient of new hymnals for chapel • Opening of 73rd academic year: Student enrollment above last year's figures; Pfahler Hall dedicated at annual Founders Day • Chester Robbins gets high position in New Jersey • Athletics for all is aim of war training program • Hendricks and Kepler pass away: Loyal Ursinus alumni • Some of our alumni in U. S. N. • Ursinus graduates elected to legislative posts • Ursinusites, at home and abroad • Alumni serving with the colors • Alumni Association officers

Publication Date

Winter 1942

Publisher

Ursinus College

City

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Keywords

Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, Chester Robbins, loyalty fund, enrollment, Pfahler Hall, Women's Club, physical fitness, Abraham Hunsicker Hendricks, Asher Raymond Kepler, Lloyd H. Wood, Alfred C. Alspach, Warren K. Hess, Russell C. Bartman, Charles R. Will, Andrew F. Harris

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Disciplines

Higher Education | Social History | United States History

Comments

Published as Volume 40, Number 4 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, Winter 1942
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