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Fifty-eight sailors get transfer orders to premidshipman school and colleges • Graduates hear Dr. George W. McClelland; Schonfeld, Snyder take top scholastic honors • Two new prizes given at graduation today • Alumni re-elect Johnson as head • Baccalaureate sermon explains war words • Directors announce loyalty fund boost • Phys-edders choose Peg Hudson to lead activities next year • Marion is awarded first prize in nation-wide church contest • Miss Eleanor Norris married to Clark Moore in Ambler church • Betty Bradway receives award as outstanding junior athlete • Alumni of Cub and Key meet • Rosicrucians add 21 to club membership • Girls undefeated in hockey and softball in all-round successful '43-'44 season • Ball team wins nine to close good season • Teddy leaves record as faithful phys-edder • Dr. McClure speaks at Baldwin • Salute to the phys-edders: bless 'em • Will and testament • Thru the crystal ball • Majority of graduates accept positions in field of teaching
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, commencement, Navy, V-12, Rex Stowers, Thomas Schonfeld, Evan Snyder, George McClelland, Edwin M. Fogel, Russell C. Johnson, Peggy Hudson, Physical Education Club, Milton Marion, Women's Athletic Association, Cub and Key Society, Rosicrucians, library, Norman E. McClure, Grace Knopf, softball, field hockey, baseball
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Harter, Joy; Kuntz, Adele; Loomis, Jeanne B.; Money, Jim; and Shumaker, Betsy, "The Ursinus Weekly, June 26, 1944" (1944). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 738.
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