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Exposure '67 Ursinus • Viewpoint at commencement time: Means to an end; Toward freedom; Liberal morality; Open-minded attitude; Quality vs. quantity • From the President • What makes Suzy a language dud? • The paradox of urbia: an interview • Negro voices of the city • Springtime was alumni time • Dr. Myers wins alumni award • Dr. Wessel speaks on urbia • Alumni giving climbs in 1967 • Campus clippings: Collegeville area grows; Staigers tour world; Color film; Miss congeniality; New Board members; Placement service; Schultze promoted; Humble gift; Include Ursinus in your will • Sporting scene: Tennis; Baseball; Track • Anatomy of medical school life • Class notebook • Faculty members speak at spring regional meetings • Weddings • Births • In memoriam • Physicians Club meets •

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, Reimert Hall, Freeland Hall, Robert McRae, Lester Coleman, Robert D. Myers, Rosa Wessel, tennis, baseball, track team, Robert Shaw


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Published as Volume 65, Number 5 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, August 1967



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