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President's page • Mr. Charles Lachman elected Vice-President • The Price of Freedom: Founders Day address • 693 students register at Ursinus for 1951-52 • Dr. George Pfahler honored • Christmas at Ursinus • All-Ursinus cast stars in TV program • Scholarships at Ursinus • Ursinus College featured in the Sunday Bulletin • Paul Wagner teaching on University of the Air • Dr. A. Lewis, Jr. named chief product engineer • A good time had by all on Old Timers' Day • Alfred Gemmell appointed curator • Ursinus Women's Club luncheon December 1st • G. B. "Whistler" Donahue in Port Lyautey • Air Force offers direct appointments • Alumni Memorial Scholarship Fund • Reginald H. Helfferich to survey relief needs on world tour • Reminiscence about early Ursinus professors • Sports review: Mr. Bailey elected conference president; Spangler to coach Ursinus basketball; Men's basketball outlook; Wrestling prospects; 1951 football review; Soccer 1951; Women's hockey team takes 7 placements on all-college teams • News about ourselves • Necrology

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, Charles Lachman, Founders Day, George E. Pfahler, Christmas, Grandstand Gazette, Paul Wagner, Alexander Lewis, Alfred Gemmell, Women's Club, G. B. Donahue, Reginald H. Helfferich, Samuel Vernon Ruby, Henry T. Spangler, P. Calvin Mensch, James I. Good, Everett M. Bailey, Harry Spangler, basketball, wrestling, soccer, football, field hockey, William H. Knipe, A. Edwin Keigwin


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Published as Volume 50, Number 2 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, February 1952



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