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President's page • Five sons and daughters of alumni members of 1954 class at Ursinus • Dr. Miller to present 10-week course on TV • Lt. Governor L. H. Wood takes Harrisburg office • 16 receive degrees on Founders' Day • Dr. Jessie Greaves named "distinguished daughter" • York alumni show Noss film as scholarship benefit • American Magazine spotlights Isabelle Barr • Ursinus ivy at Cedar Crest • Glassmoyer resigns as journal editor • Memorable Old Timers' Day enjoyed by many • New York association elects Rev. N. Alexander • Ursinus Women's Club holds annual luncheon • Arvanitis to do research on heart-lung machine • Alumni plan fund benefit at Ursinus • Dr. G. E. Pfahler named to alumni presidency • Alumni prominent in church pageant • 1950-51 committees are appointed • Bomberger leads Ursinus through its early years • Sports review: Bruin Grapplers face "fair" season; Seedersmen off to high scoring start in 1950-51 campaign; Soccer team winless, ties alumni 2-2; Hockeyites take five, Vadner on all-college; Eleven tabs two wins, frosh play big role • Necrology • News about ourselves

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, Alumni Association, enrollment, Eugene H. Miller, Lloyd H. Wood, Jessie Royer Greaves, Founders Day, Charles H. Noss, Pennsylvania Dutch, Isabelle Barr, Thomas P. Glassmoyer, Old Timers Day, Women's Club, Steve Arvanitis, George E. Pfahler, Reformed Church, J. H. A. Bomberger, Jerry Seeders, basketball, wrestling, field hockey, Nancy Vadner, soccer, football, Russell C. Johnson, Sarah Kulp Wagner


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Published as Volume 49, Number 1 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, February 1951



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