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Record class receives diplomas today • Helfferich speaks on "Brother Aaron" at seventy-ninth baccalaureate service • Governor Driscoll addresses graduates at annual commencement day service • Forty-one students win honors, prizes for excellent work • Board elects four to teaching staff • H. Paisley assumes post for 40th year • Profs accept posts in summer schools • Library increases new book selection • Alumni association sees various changes • One hundred students sign for 1949 summer session • Women's council ends year with list of appointments • 1949 graduating class • Puerto Rican grad ends Ursinus visit to tackle medicine • Ten complete work for department honors • Bears close season downing Lehigh 9-1; Ron Landes pitches • Stine wins softball but Curtis captures intramural trophy • Track squad chooses next year's captains • Gurzynski declares successful season in spite of losses • Golfers end season with single victory • WAA gives awards for year's athletics • Athletic director names baseball, track lettermen • Coed squad views eight year record of softball success • Commencement calls track, diamond stars • Bruin nine finishes inconsistent season with six victories • Girls' tennis squad drops last fray 4-1 to end poor year • Five belles terminate athletic service here • Old custom revived as courtmen elect Forsyth as captain • Netmen to return intact next season • Rally helps belles defeat Penn 10-6 • Binder hits zenith at new time of 9.7

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, commencement, Alfred E. Driscoll, Reginald Helfferich, Alfred Roberts, Helen Pechter, Harry E. Paisley, Eugene H. Miller, library, summer school, student government, Harry M. Frosberg, Eugene Blum, Alumni Association, Reuben Sanchez, baseball, softball, track team, Ray Gurzynski, Russ Binder, Bill Turner, Women's Athletic Association, golf, tennis, Bill Forsyth


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 26.

Betty Leeming, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, June 6, 1949



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