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Farewells to Ursinus • Education for veterans • Alumni Day • President's page • Faculty and staff changes announced • Exhibits to be shown Commencement week • College pastor retires after 18 years' service • Loyalty Fund grows • Professor and Mrs. Sheeder to leave Ursinus • Enrollments remain at high peak • Warren K. Hess '31, elected Berks judge • Wounded veterans attend courses • Ursinus and World War II • Store displays mural of college • News from the campus • Athletic policy defined • Sports revue • Secretary's letter • Ensminger '14, receives Legion of Merit medal • Former professor invents electronic computer • Control of nuclear energy • News about ourselves • Necrology • Dr. DeWire aided in atom bomb experiments • Alumni Association nominees

Publication Date

Spring 1946


Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, veterans, Alumni Day, John Lentz, fund raising, Franklin I. Sheeder, Josephine Sheeder, enrollment, Warren K. Hess, H. L. Green Company, World War II, George R. Ensminger, Christmas, John W. Mauchly, ENIAC, atomic bomb, Edwin M. Sando, John W. DeWire


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Published as Volume 44, Number 2 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, Spring 1946



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