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The President writes • Who gets into college? • Mr. Dolman comments • Search for certainty • Two foreign students sponsored • Dr. Miller on TV • Announcing an alumni seminar • The thousand and second night's tale • Student European tour • Two students attend white house conference • Greetings from Philadelphia • Spring Festival replaces May Day • Dr. Shilling speaks • Final Forum of the semester • Dr. Miller to teach in India • Ursinus Women's Club • Attention, alumni: Constitution change • Portrait of a pioneer • Jacobs promoted to Captain • Henschel takes over new post • Nominees for Alumni Association offices • Alumni regionals announce meetings • January 1961 mid year report of the Loyalty Fund campaign • Wrestling results • Basketball review • Ursinus girls dominate U.S. hockey team • Track prospects • Happy retirement • John Shuttleworth, '45 • Class notes • Births • Weddings • Necrology

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, college admissions, George Meredith, Jun Kawashima, Eugene H. Miller, Lobsang Samden, Sandra Motta, Harold K. Shilling, Robert R. Titus, David I. Jacobs, Richard H. Henschel, wrestling, basketball, field hockey, track team, John Shuttleworth


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Published as Volume 59, Number 2 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, March 1961



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