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First words • From the President • Storm warnings from the ancient world • Ferment: Change comes to Ursinus against a backdrop of widespread concern about higher education • A federal tax credit plan for expenses of higher education • The "higher mathematics" of public education • Pieces of mind, '65 • Class of '65: An end, a beginning • Grads return to campus on Alumni Day • 1965 Alumni Award • The Evening School breed • George S. Spohn, '42, will lead the Alumni Centennial Fund • 1965 Loyalty Fund annual report • This is not a drill!: Ursinus men play key roles in air strikes on North Vietnam communists • Art is a search • Letters: A gift that lives; Amman adventure • Campus clippings • The will to give • Sporting scene • Hydrologist studies the rise and fall of water supply • Class notebook • Weddings • Births • In memoriam • End quotes: Can we be equal and excellent too?

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, Franklin Earnest III, public higher education, tax credits, Navy, Vietnam, Frank Leroy Manning, Ralph F. Wismer, track team, Willard M. Snyder


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Published as Volume 64, Number 4 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, August 1965



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