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This letter from Carol Bentley, Ursinus College Class of 1961, congratulates Eleanor Snell on the occasion of her retirement from Ursinus College.

Publication Date

1970

Language

English

Keywords

Eleanor Snell, Ursinus College, retirement, Carol Bentley

Disciplines

Health and Physical Education | Higher Education | Sports Studies

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[Dear Miss Snell,]

[It is with a great deal of gratitude that I write this letter. I am so appreciative of you and Ursinus and I realize that I can not possibly thank you enough. Certainly a letter can not say it all.]

[It is hard to think of Ursinus and not think of you doing the instructing and coaching. It will certainly be a difficult task for anyone to attempt to fill your shoes.]

[Some of my fondest memories are those days that I spent on the playing fields of "U.C." receiving, I feel, the best instruction available.]

[I hope that this does not appear overly sentimental but these are my most sincere feelings. I am just sorry that I am unable to take part in paying tribute to you at your dinner.]

[I wish you the very best and hope that you continue to stay involved with Ursinus, because it wouldn't be the same without you.]

[Most sincerely,]

[Carol Bentley Rafter ('61)]

Letter From Carol Bentley Rafter to Eleanor Snell

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