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Contributors • From the President • Chemathphy: The integrated science course • The changing face of history • Kirkridge • Candidates • Bargains in life income contracts and annuities with Ursinus College • Mid-year report of 1965 Loyalty Fund campaign • Alumni are nearing capital funds goal • Seeds of hope in Latin America • Campus clippings: Financial support; Soph at age 49; Women's Club; On the air; TW3 was there; Devotions booklet; On treasurer's staff; New reserve book room; The international tone; Bus link; ACLU board member; Farewell & welcome • Track prospects for 1965 • Indoor track • Cross country • Soccer success • New coaches • Wrestling • Alumnae hockey stars • Undefeated in hockey • Football finale • Husband and wife lead small-town church to union • Advertising executive sets fast pace in Baltimore • Class notebook • Weddings • Births • In memoriam • Regionals • At your service • End quotes: The alumnus as patron of learning

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, science curriculum, Kirkridge Retreat Center, track team, cross country, soccer, wrestling, field hockey, football, Dan Kratz, Lois Kratz, Harry F. Brian, Richard P. Richter


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Published as Volume 63, Number 3 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, March 1965



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