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First words • From the President • Planning for the future at Ursinus College • Start of a four-year celebration • Guide to Centennial giving • Soviet portfolio: Rise and fall of the literary temperature; Evgeny Yevtushenko, Siberian pastorale; Memories of a Russian honeymoon • Founders Day is Ladies Day • Alumni come home to Ursinus • The many lives of Wismer Hall • Matching gifts lift industry & academia • Found: Preacher Mack • On Peace Corps duty in Thailand • The war trap • Lengthening list • Sporting scene • Campus clippings • Letters • Profiles: Four Ursinus men of distinction • Class notebook • Weddings • Births • In memoriam • A tribute to J. Allen Minnich • End quotes: The measles principle of education

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, Wismer Dining Hall, Soviet Union, Charles McCarraher, Peace Corps, Alumni Liberal Arts Program, football, soccer, wrestling, field hockey, cross country, John Boyd Coates, Edwin H. Frey, Austin Gavin, Clarence E. Heffelfinger


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Published as Volume 63, Number 6 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, November 1965



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