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Constitutional amendments proposed extending terms of office to two years • President's page • Alumni Day set for June third • Ursinus Woman's Club entertains senior girls • Lloyd Wood, candidate for lieutenant-governor • Kenneth Fink directs opinion survey service • Frank Tornetta named assistant anesthesiologist • Dr. Charles Dotterer heads hospital staff • Alpha Sigma Nu alumnae will meet June third • Woman's Club will hear Captain John Graf • Salinger hits movies • 15 at Glenwood reunion • Phi Psi alumnae meet • Ray Gurzynski appointed head coach of football • Viewbook becomes new Ursinus agent • 246 to receive degrees at 80th commencement • Dean Stahr and alumnae meet at convention • Eugene Miller lectures on world affairs • Church synod to meet at Ursinus in June • Necrology • Coeds trip the light fantastic on Ursinus greensward since 1905 • Whence Ursinus? • Sports review: Baseball team opens with 3 straight wins; Men's tennis team wins, 8-1; loses, 9-0; 1950 football schedule includes Adelphi College; Cumpstone opens season with record javelin toss; Bronson, Young named cage co-captains; Helfferich wins title as matmen close season; Freshman Joan Compton wins breaststroke title • News about ourselves

Publication Date

Spring 1950


Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, Alumni Association, Alumni Day, Lloyd Wood, Woman's Club, Kenneth Fink, Frank J. Tornetta, Charles S. Dotterer, J. D. Salinger, Ray Gurzynski, Camilla B. Stahr, Eugene Miller, General Synod, May Day pageant, May Queens, Reformed Church, Bill Helfferich, wrestling, baseball, football, Don Cumpstone, basketball, tennis, swimming, Joan Compton


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Published as Volume 48, Number 3 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, Spring 1950



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