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A matter of reputation • The Mauchly legacy: A revolution begun in Pfahler Hall • Medical ethics: High-tech dilemmas challenge healers • Stellars find reward in team effort • Bringing the Far East to Ursinus • Wrestlers have upper hand on mats and off • Spring sports schedule • Vote now in Ursinus Hall of Fame election • Eshbach receives namesake award • Grant awarded • Funds given • "All's Well" produced by proTheatre • Robbins elected • On the street where you live • Admissions nights • Band formed • Tuition up • Grizzly alumni reunited in Sunshine State • Class notes • They cracked the college acceptance code • Making friends in the deep • Marriages • Births • Deaths • In memoriam • All those years there was a bear in that trunk • Letters to the editor

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, John W. Mauchly, ENIAC, J. Presper Eckert, Evan Snyder, medical ethics, Eliot Stellar, James R. Stellar, Hugh Clark, wrestling, Athletic Hall of Fame, Glenn E. Eshbach, Jack W. Robbins, cycling club, Robert E. Armstrong, William Schearer, Gail Sangree Schearer, D. Sterling Light, Charles Rhoads Lachman, Charles Sherman, sycamore tree


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Published as Volume 83, Number 2 of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Bulletin, March 1985



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