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President's page • Lloyd H. Wood, '25, inaugurated as Pennsylvania's Lt. Governor • Dr. H. A. Cochran, of Temple, to address graduating class • Ursinus to be honored by Newcomen Society • Russian DP starts new life at Ursinus • Artist to glorify queen in May Day pageant • Catalogue re-designed • Program completed for 1951 Alumni Day • Dinner held for seniors • Scholarship fund benefit proceeds total $1700 • Marjorie Trayes becomes Rutger's Dean on July 1 • Crossley first reported casualty from Ursinus • Rhea D. Johnson retires • Laucks antique collection near museum proportions • Mack Trucks, Inc., head sets great 1950 record • First Ursinus faculty, courses are selected • Sports review: New candidates display promise as varsity nine posts 3-6 record; Undefeated in 3 years, Helfferich takes MAC award; Slim holdover track squad greets Gurzynski; Alumnae continue active in Philadelphia area sports; Court team winds up successful season with 10 wins in 18 games; Dr. Miller selected as new Ursinus tennis coach; Mermaids drop seven, veteran '52 squad sure; Top sports record goes to girls' basketball team; Ursinus' 1910 team and the same players today • Obituary • News about ourselves

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, Selective Service, Lloyd H. Wood, Harry A. Cochran, Mykola Saporoschenko, May Day pageant, Mary McPherson, Marjorie M. Trayes, Charles Noss, Pennsylvania Dutch, Alumni Day, Charles H. Crossley, Rhea D. Johnson, Samuel S. Laucks, Edwin Bransome, baseball, track team, wrestling, Bill Helfferich, basketball, Eugene H. Miller, tennis, swimming, Charles Wehler, Ernest Clapp


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Published as Volume 49, Number 3 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, May 1951



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