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The "Corporate alumnus" program grows • Companies with gift-matching programs • Progress on the dormitories continues • Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines scholarships • Dr. Pfahler dies • Records that defy the tooth of time • College becomes owner of five properties • The faculty cornered • Dr. Jessie Royer Greaves, '92, receives award • New associate members • Associate alumni members • Meeting of Washington area alumni • New York area alumni plan spring meeting • South Jersey alumni plan buffet supper • Schuylkill Valley alumni to dine at Stokesay • Washington alumni plan spring meeting on May 24 • York alumni to meet April 27 • Lehigh Valley alumni to meet April 26 • Philadelphia alumni to meet for third year at Casa Conti • Laucks museum reopened • Senior class elects permanent class officers • Alumni-prospective student day successful • Educators rally in Philadelphia • Alumni elections • 1957 Loyalty Fund campaign increases in the number of contributors: Mid-year Loyalty Fund report • "The Touchdown Twins" • Football season 1956 • Soccer 1956 • Women's basketball • Football banquet • Watson new court coach • Aucott, Gros, Shillingford receive all-American honors • News about ourselves • Weddings • Births • Necrology • From the Office of Admissions • Ursinus Evening School • Booster sticker booster

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, fund raising, George E. Pfahler, Ralph E. Wismer, Studio Cottage, Samuel S. Laucks, Progressive America Museum, Bob Famous, Harry Donnelly, football, soccer, basketball, Reid Watson, field hockey


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Published as Volume 55, Number 2 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, March 1957



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