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Ursinus confers degrees on record class of 247: Mutch stresses value of individuality during annual baccalaureate service; Robert R. Titus addresses graduates at eightieth commencement convocation • '49 graduate joins faculty; four leave for 1950-51 term • Alumni association installs officers and changes by-laws • Edelman and Stefan win highest honors; others get awards • Five receive honors for research work • WSGA closes year; lists appointments • Pi Gamma Mu chooses Mack to head society • Henderson and Feulner to lead underclassmen • IRC holds social, announces officers • Board approves fifth year plan for teachers • Fifty to sixty students enroll for eight-week summer session • Miss Spangler oversees cottage • Veteran organist bids Ursinus farewell • Stauffer and Cumpstone to lead baseball, track • Eight graduating seniors formed diamond nucleus • Three cinder aces end stellar careers on Ursinus track • Independents win interfraternity meet • Tennis team wins as two play finale • Turner gains distinction as first grizzly athlete to win eleven letters • Softball, tennis teams lose eight senior girls • Klein, Gehman, Saurman were diamond leaders • Bears edge Lehigh in final game 7-6 • Owls hand belles first loss of year • The 1950 graduating class

Publication Date

6-5-1950

Publisher

Ursinus College

City

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Keywords

Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, commencement, Andrew Mutch, Robert R. Titus, Alumni Association, Alfred D. Roberts, Gerald Edelman, Louis Stefan, student government, Pi Gamma Mu, Russell Mack, Bob Henderson, Harry Feulner, International Relations Club, Board of Directors, Studio Cottage, baseball, Bill Buchanan, Don Weisel, Wayne Niedringhaus, Dick Carson, alumni, Donald Stauffer, Don Cumpstone, track team, tennis, Bill Turner, Nancy Vadner, softball, Ed Klein, Bob Gehman, George Saurman

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This item is available courtesy of the Ursinus College Archives. It is not to be copied or distributed for commercial use.

Disciplines

Cultural History | Higher Education | Liberal Studies | Social History | United States History

Comments

This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 49, Number 25.

Willard Wetzel, editor-in-chief

The Ursinus Weekly, June 5, 1950

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