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President's page • Dr. Harry Cochran addresses graduating class • Newcomen Society honors Ursinus • Robert Herber awarded Fulbright scholarship • Dr. Prentis to speak on Founders Day • Faculty changes 1951-52 • New stack level houses 17,000 volumes • Ilse Helfferich weds • Former student bequeaths Ursinus College $77,000 • Hood honors Mr. Noss • New Ursinus directors • Statistical report for twentieth reunion • Alumni Day resume • Class of '26 celebrates twenty-fifth reunion • Memorial scholarship drive totals $60,000 • 58 attend York County banquet • Alumni Athletic Association reorganized • Ursinus Women's Club • Mrs. Pancoast named alumni secretary • October 27th Old Timers' Day • Alumni win awards at theological seminary • Douthett kept busy despite retirement • Richard Wentzel winner in newspaper writing contest • Bunny wins again • York alumni take part in dedication ceremonies • Teru Hayashi develops an artificial muscle • Necrology • Sports review: Young replaces Landes on Bears coaching staff; Coeds end softball season undefeated; Football prospects for '51 season appear bright; Women's tennis team wins five, loses three; Varsity baseball closes with 7 wins, 10 losses; New track records set; Miller's netmen close season with 7-2 record • Student life at Ursinus in the late 1800s • News about ourselves

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, commencement, Henry Herber, Robert C. Herber, Newcomen Society, Henning Webb Prentis, Alumni Memorial Library, Karl Heinz Munsinger, David Laucks Hain, Charles H. Noss, Kermit Black, Walter R. Douthett, Richard C. Wentzel, Bunny Harshaw Vosters, Teru Hayashi, John L. Roth, Ray S. Detwiler, Harry W. Snyder, Don Young, Nancy Vadner, lacrosse, softball, football, tennis, track team, baseball


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Published as Volume 49, Number 4 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, September 1951



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