Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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198 diplomas sum up 4 Ursinus years: Prizes bestowed on outstanding Ursinus students • Sandberg '61 valedictorian; Graduates summa cum laude • Four honorary degrees awarded this morning: Robert N. Hilkert delivers address to Ursinus' 198 senior graduates • Roadside billboard inspiration for Hilkert's speech • Cash prize given four cited for teaching merit • Barbara Pine wins scholarship; Her blindness no obstacle • Biology instructor leaves to "tie up loose ends" • Amigo to retire; Students' friend for eleven years • Dr. Paisley's death saddens commencement; Board President served Ursinus for 51 years • Newspaperman elected new trustee board head • September may bring 280 freshmen; U.C. Admissions Department reports • New Weekly ad manager wins Wayne Brown prize • Editorial: Sharpened incisors; Good luck • Ursinus in the past • Art of understanding • Seniors submit post-graduation plans; Many teach, work for further degrees • Lacrosse players undefeated again; Trample Drexel • Snell softballers post 3-2 log; Ask more games • Intramural corner • Wait'll next year when nine starters return to diamond • Lynne Crosley lacrosse all-American first team • Netmen competent despite 3-5 log; Famous is MVP • Sport page outlet for creativity, magazine writes • Track team tallies 5-5 '61 record; Wise made captain • Morgan finally defeated; Moran wins in AAU run • Mrs. Shryock to retire; Mrs. Bugelholl plans move • Ursinus professor to attend nuclear session • Organizations list late election results • Ursinus College gets $92,000 in Lehigh estate • Late track news: Morgan runs 4:04.2 in Boardwalk Mile • Dr. Creager reported doing well; Needs rest • Ursinus awarded $12,000 F. J. Clamer memorial fund

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, commencement, Ron Sandberg, Lindback Award, Robert N. Hilkert, Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank, Barbara Pine, Perkins Institute for the Blind, Robert V. Kirchen, Belifiore Dillio, Harry E. Paisley, William D. Reimert, Larry Koch, Joel Spangler, intramural sports, softball, lacrosse, baseball, Lynne Crosley, tennis, track team, Pete Wise, Don Famous, Vern Morgan, preceptresses, Mrs. G. Henry Shryock, Mrs. William Bugelholl, Mrs. Cloyd A. Hazlett, Donald H. Fortnum, student government, Minnie G. Fogel, Atlantic City, Alfred Creager, Francis J. Clamer, Pennsylvania Female College, Glenwood Memorial


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 60, Number 23.

John R. Swinton, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, June 5, 1961



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