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From the President's desk • Bicentennial boom • Premed: Alive and well • Speech on TV • Richard III in March • Tuition up • Energy watchers • Asimov to speak • "Town" meets • Ursinusiana • Independent students • Speakers from business • Religious life • Parsons publishes • Counsel on careers • Field hockey's finest hours • Memorial minutes • Fund raising: Notes and comment • Spring sports schedules • Constitutional revision proposed • Alumni profiles • What do freshmen think about themselves? • Class news • Calendar of events • Marriages • Births • Deaths • Then and now • Class secretaries • Photo file

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, Bicentennial celebration, health science training program, Protheatre, Joyce Henry, Isaac Asimov, energy crisis, Edmund N. Bacon, Max E. Nuscher, William T. Parsons, world record attempts, field hockey, Walter W. Marsteller, George W. Hartzell, Clarence S. Livingood, Courtney A. Solenberger, John H. Westerhoff, cross country


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Published as Volume 74, Number 2 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Bulletin, February 1976



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