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A good investment • Locally speaking • To the ladies • President's page • Alumni Association appoints committees • Dr. Lentz attends church unification conference • Nine Ursinus hockey stars in national tourney • York County alumni only slightly winded after vigorous square dance opener • Ursinus Women's Club holds yuletide luncheon • Woman dead, returns to life as result of Dr. Valloti's diagnosis • College establishes new placement bureau • "So Much to Be Done" filmed on Ursinus campus • Dr. John Mauchly invents new computing machine • McClure elected president of St. Andrew's Society • Bailey elected officer of athletic conference • Art catalogue prepared for Lachman paintings • Chandler reelected to museum board • Necrology • News about town: Coed wins magazine post; Francis heads school board; Hartzell wins DeMolay honor; Sewage plant in service • Sports review: Bruin wrestlers take eighth straight meet; Basketball team compiles 2-4 record at midseason; Pattison to captain girls' swimming team; Jayvee hockey team's 3-year record broken; JV courtmen rack up six wins in eight tilts; Lone victory closes poor grid season; Hockeyites win five, tie one, lose one; College hockey star to play in Europe; Soccermen beat alumni for season's only win • News about ourselves

Publication Date

Winter 1950


Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, Women's Club, Alumni Association, John Lentz, Joseph Valloti, field hockey, John Mauchly, UNIVAC, J. Prosper Eckert, Everett M. Bailey, St. Andrew's Society, Placement Bureau, Charles Lachman, Charles Lyon Chandler, Ephraim Fry Slough, Edwin M. Fogel, Joel Francis, George Hartzell, wrestling, basketball, swimming, Joanne E. Duncan, football, soccer, John N. Kantner


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Published as Volume 48, Number 2 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, Winter 1950



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