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Are you a 75-percenter? • President's page • Dinner dance highlights Alumni Day activities • Harry Frosberg appointed general alumni secretary • Ursinus Women's Club gives $1,000 to college • Sellers, Rieser to head Berks County local alumni • R. Claire Frank to preside over York County alumni • 211 receive degrees at 79th commencement • Dr. Paisley assumes post for 40th year • Improved radio station built for college • 947 enroll for 80th year! • Seven new members join faculty and staff • Four programs featured in Ursinus forum • Walter Marsteller builds observatory to house Franklin Institute telescope • Sewage disposal plant nearing completion • Admiral Will retires after 32 years in Navy • Gemmel writes report on iron industry • Rowland Mulford heads Bridgeton, N.J. schools • Dr. Miner assumes new post in west • Pennsylvania German Society meets here; Dr. Fogel receives award • Dr. Livingood goes to Texas University • Millers write chapters for history book • Class of '62 convenes at Duryea Hall • News about town: Betsy Grove opens nursery; Ilsa Helfferich in Germany; New fire hall planned • Sports review: Bears bow to Drexel, tie Haverford; Soccer team faces nine-game schedule; Squad of forty-seven vie for hockey berths; Baseball fares best in men's spring sports; Track team improves; Netmen win 1, lose 6; Dennis leads golfers; Harriers condition for championships; Girls' softball team ends 8th no-loss season; Tennis team has poor year • Necrology • News about ourselves

Publication Date

Fall 1949


Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, scholarship fund, Alumni Day, commencement, Harry Frosberg, Women's Club, Harry E. Paisley, WURS radio station, Walter Marsteller, Charles R. Will, Alfred Gemmell, Rowland Mulford, George D. Miner, Edwin M. Fogel, Clarence S. Livingood, Eugene H. Miller, Betsy Grove, Ilsa Helfferich, football, soccer, field hockey, George Saurman, baseball, softball, tennis, track team, cross country, golf


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Published as Volume 47, Number 3 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, Fall 1949



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