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The paradox of urbia • The joyful acceptance of technopolis • Toward a new kind of freedom • Bill Daniels leads a creative life of action in urbia • Who is educated to plan the urban environment? • From the President • Concerning Freeland Seminary: An alumna writes a history of Collegeville • Discovery in Europe, student style • Personal calls will climax '67 Centennial Fund • Candidates for office • Springtime is alumni time • Student magazine focuses on political affairs • A theory of non-interference • From the Perkiomen to the Potomac • In the land of the "four 70s" • Sporting scene: Wrestling; Indoor track; Cross country; Basketball; Women's hockey; Other women's sports; Scheduling correction • Campus clippings: Financial support; Student lounge a success; Selma sheriff speaks; The amazing Evening School; Questionnaires returned; Book on urbia still available; Honor graduate; Sign to show the way • Class notebook • Physicians Alumni Club of Ursinus College organizes • Weddings • Births • In memoriam
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, Freeland Seminary, Nelson M. Bortz, J. Kenneth Trauger, wrestling, track team, cross country, basketball, field hockey, James Gardner Clark
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Richter, Richard P.; Bone, Lucille Hunt; Staiger, Roger P.; Gurzynski, Raymond V.; Schultz, Blanche B.; Helfferich, Donald L.; Daniels, William H.; Hoover, Margaret Hocker; Ditzler, Carol Ann; and Miller, Thomas W., "Ursinus College Alumni Journal, March 1967" (1967). Ursinus College Alumni Journal, 1937-1969. 89.
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