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Memorial fund drive progressing • Delaware County needs local alumni society • President's page • Hilda Anderson makes All-America hockey team • Three grads play hockey on All-Philadelphia team • Ursinus alumnae hockeyites tie for championship • Bunny Vosters ranks 14th in U.S. women's singles • King Heiges leads Heidelberg 11 to championship • Applicants interviewed for new alumni post • Women's Club notes • Evelyn Henzel presides over Abington School Board • Alumni executive committee plans memorial fund drive • Omwake reviews college business manual • Barbara Dietz an officer of newly formed WCYC • Bidding on sewage plant open • Informal luncheon group meeting in Philadelphia • Pettit to assist registrar • Dr. Brownback to serve on two civic boards • Dr. Garrett working with Navy research group • MAC basketball tourney • Necrology • Dr. Armstrong completes church history volume • Creager starts as chaplain • News about town • Sports review: Ursinus quintet splits conference openers; One victory, seven defeats mark poor football season; Seven-match schedule slated for wrestlers; College hockey team tallies 4 wins, 3 losses; JV hockey 11 undefeated; Soccermen win 2, lose 4 • News about ourselves

Publication Date

Winter 1949


Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, fund raising, field hockey, Hilda Anderson, Bunny Vosters, H. King Heiges, Evelyn Henzel, Women's Club, Stanley Omwake, Barbara Dietz, YWCA, YMCA, J. Harold Brownback, William Pettit, Helen Garrett, Maurice W. Armstrong, Ralph E. Miller, Alfred Creager, basketball, football, wrestling, soccer


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Published as Volume 46, Number 5 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, Winter 1949



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