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President's page • Dr. Paisley honored as layman-of-the-year • Dr. Creese to deliver commencement address • New students enroll for second semester • Dr. Lachman presents bust of Washington • Anne Hughes speaks at Ursinus Color Day • Jeanne Careless is Queen of the May • Summer sessions to open June 9, July 21 • F.B.I. applications • Alumni Day is Saturday, May 31, 1952 • Alumni to entertain seniors at dinner • Nominating committee names candidates • Philadelphia alumni group to reorganize • New York alumni to meet May 7 • Next journal to be mailed November 1952 • Webb enjoys Olympics • Rusty Garlock stars on court for Guam • S. S. Laucks president of York Bar Association • Women's Club enjoys busy spring season • Miss Omwake accepts position at Yale • Bill Daniels returns from work in China • Lt. Col. Bare in Korea • Incidents in the life of a missionary • Sports review: Matmen win 3, lose 4; Alumni asked for Ursinus trophies; Veteran team aims at successful 1952 baseball; Courtmen end season with 7 wins, 10 losses; Badminton team tallies 3 wins, 3 losses; Tennis team faces strong opposition; Mermaids win 3, lose 4; 1952 track prospects look promising; Girls end successful basketball season • Alumni placement at Ursinus • News about ourselves • Necrology

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, Harry E. Paisley, James Creese, Charles Lachman, Jeanne Careless, Anne Hughes, Color Day, Jack Webb, Gladys Hoagland Garlock, Samuel S. Laucks, David I. Jacobs, P. Wesley Bare, Eveline Omwake, Bill Daniels, wrestling, baseball, basketball, badminton, track team, swimming, tennis, placement services, Charles H. Brown, Ira J. Hain


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Published as Volume 50, Number 3 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, May 1952



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