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Class of 1957 receives degrees, June 10: Mr. Robert Titus gives graduation address • Dr. M. W. Armstrong speaks at Baccalaureate • Seventeen annual prizes awarded at Commencement • Dr. Sturgis elected to science honorary June 3 • Three Ursinus graduates added to the faculty • Alumni Day, June 8, brings old grads to Ursinus campus • Junior advisors picked for 1957-58 • Editorial: It's only the beginning • Seniors give thoughts at Commencement time • Women's sports reviewed at the end of year 1956-57 • Bears' sports record for the year 1956-57 reviewed • Letters and certificates awarded to Ursinus men • Alpha Psi Omega accepts, entertains new members • Dean's Office holds lost and found articles • Rosicrucians picnic • 1955 Ursinus graduate completes US Army course • First Chi Alpha meeting for Fall to be Oct. 21 • U.C. grad assigned • Plans given for room assignments in women's dorms • Scholarships awarded to thirteen incoming frosh • Twelve Ursinians named in "Who's who" in college • Franchises given by MSGA at last meeting of year • St. Andrew's Society award given to U.C. sophomore

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Commencement, Robert R. Titus, Maurice W. Armstrong, Russell D. Sturgis, Sigma Xi, David Richard Hudnut, Mark G. Messinger, Robert R. MacMurray, student government, Alumni Day, Connie Cross, Alpha Psi Omega, Rosicrucians, Norman H. Pollock, Chi Alpha, Allan L. Welty, Paisley Hall, Stauffer Hall, Beardwood Hall, Who's who, concessions, St. Andrew's Society, William Leigh Godshalk


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 56, Number 22.

Walter William Montgomery, editor.

The Ursinus Weekly, June 10, 1957



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