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Impact Magazine, Vol. 14, #3. (Spring 1969, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf)

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Spring 1969
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni
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Alumni Publications
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PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
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Spring 1969, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Spring 1969
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni
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Alumni Publications
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Impact Magazine
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PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
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Spring 1969, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Alumni magazine of PMC Colleges. Editor: William J. Getty Jr. Who’s in Charge? This question was at the core of discussions during conference at PMC on student power. Third annual Conference on College Life and Social Affairs. Discusses student apathy. Who’s in Charge – at PMC? Answers by members of the PMC family who cooperated in an informal survey. Who’s in Charge – on U.S. Campuses? Report focuses on the various groups in college communities who influence policy decisions. Consists of six opinion articles: 1. Who’s in Charge: The Trustees 2. Who’s in Charge: The President 3. Who’s in Charge: The Faculty 4. Who’s in Charge: The Students 5. Who’s in Charge: Ideally, a Community 6. Who’s in Charge: The Public Around the Dome Highlights of campus happenings. Sports Outlook by George A. Hansell Jr. Bill Manlove named new football coach. Champions Basketball team won Middle Atlantic Conference and Middle 6 Title.
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Impact Magazine, Vol. 15, #3. (Spring 1970, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf)

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Spring 1970
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni
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Alumni Publications
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PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
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Spring 1979, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Spring 1970
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni
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Alumni Publications
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Impact Magazine
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PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
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Spring 1979, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Alumni magazine of PMC Colleges. Editor: Elinor S. Schrader Years of Challenge by B.F. Cooling III A look back at PMC from inception in 1821 to 1970. PMC at the Crossroads Declining enrollments, fiscal difficulties confront PMC; cadets work to “Save the Corps.” Around the Dome Highlights of campus activities.
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Impact Magazine, Vol. 16, #3. (Spring 1971, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf)

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Spring 1971
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Alumni
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Alumni Publications
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PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
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Spring 1971, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Spring 1971
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni
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Alumni Publications
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Impact Magazine
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PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
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Spring 1971, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Alumni magazine of PMC Colleges. Editor: Elinor S. Schrader A New Cap for PMC A look at the school of nursing. The January Program Brief description of program in which student spend the month of January doing intensive study off-campus. The Question of a Volunteer Army Prospects of a modern, all-volunteer army are addressed at the fourth annual military colloquium at PMC on February 27. Around the Dome Highlights of activities on campus.
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Impact Magazine, Vol. 17, #3. (Spring 1972, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf)

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Spring 1972
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Alumni
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Alumni Publications
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PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Location
Spring 1972, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Spring 1972
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni
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Alumni Publications
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Impact Magazine
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PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
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Spring 1972, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Alumni magazine of PMC Colleges. Editor: Elinor S. Shrader Widener College, A New Beginning Description of the new name decided upon for PMC Colleges, including background information, reactions of students, and remarks by President Moll. The Widener Family A history of the Widener family for whom the college was named. Multi-Media by John W. Hopkirk An appeal by professor of political science Hopkirk, chairman of the liberal arts division, to add electoric media for the professor’s, and student’s sake. Kapelski Center Description of the new Kapelski Learning Center and its dedication ceremony. The Dome and Dixon An interview with F. Eugene Dixon Jr., new chairman of the board of trustees for Widener College. Around the Dome Highlights of campus activities. PMC Sports: Pioneers Take MAC Division Title; Lose to Textile in Tournament Overview of the basketball season at PMC.
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Impact Magazine, Vol. 18, #3. (Spring 1973, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf)

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Spring 1973
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni
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Alumni Publications
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Widener College
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Spring 1973, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Spring 1973
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Impact Magazine
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Widener College
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Spring 1973, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Alumni magazine of Widener College. Editor: Patricia G. Brant Class of ’72: Visions and Revisions Results of a poll of future plans for the class of 1972. Scenario for Social Action by Randolph E. Biddle Assistant Professor of English Dr. Randolph Biddle discusses his choice for a recent social action drama program he heads. Burt Mustin Recalls the Campus in 1900 Excerpts from Alumnus Burt Mustin’s Personal Account of Life on Campus, Circa 1900. Reflections on an Infinite Land by Norman Helmold Alumnus (class of ’69) discusses his research in Antarctica. Four Trustees Named Overview of new trustees Herbert Frank, Judge John B. Hannum, Congressman John H. Ware, and Grahame Wood. Around the Dome Highlights of Campus Activities. Sports Record of football player Billy Johnson; Philadelphia Eagles football team to start training for their season at Widener; and description of the Widener College Motor Racing Club. Engineering Internships Introduction of program in which engineering students graduate in four years with B.S. degree and twelve months experience in the field.
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Impact Magazine, Vol. 19, #3. (Winter 1974, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf)

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Winter 1974
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni
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Alumni Publications
Institution
Widener College
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Winter 1974, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Winter 1974
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni
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Alumni Publications
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Impact Magazine
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Widener College
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Winter 1974, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Alumni magazine of Widener College. Editor: Patricia G. Brant Bill Knaus ’68 in Russia – Year of Adventure: Week of Crisis by Dr. William Knaus Alumnus Bill Knaus describes his experience in Russia. The Hon. Dixy Lee Ray on Campus Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission Dixy Lee Ray gave a lecture, attended a dinner and received the Boyer Science Award from Widener. New Paralegal Studies Program at Widener Gives a brief description of the duties of a Paralegal, and an overview of what the program covers: litigation, real estate and mortgages, estate planning and management, and business and corporate law. The program is unique in that it requires students to study all disciplines first, with a specialization only the last year. Project director: Dr. Joel M. Rodney. Annual Giving 1972-73 Insert that contains all financial contributions through the year and the expenditures it goes to. Profile: Fred Shahadi (class of ’49) Brief description of Fred’s active life, first in the Navy, then as a PMC student and graduate, then as member of several Alumni Associations. Around the Dome Highlights of campus activities.
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Impact Magazine, Vol. 20, #3. (Spring 1975, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf)

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Spring 1975
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni
Series
Alumni Publications
Institution
Widener College
Location
Spring 1975, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Spring 1975
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni
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Alumni Publications
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Impact Magazine
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Widener College
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Spring 1975, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Alumni magazine of Widener College. Editor: Patricia G. Brant New Frontier Productions Spotlight on a new theatre company at Widener headed by Buck Mulligan and composed of Widener-PMC Alumni. Preview of their performance of play “Inherit the Wind.” Student View by Tom Kerr ‘77 Student Tom Kerr laments the lack of structure at Widener College and asks the administration to reconsider several policies. Touring and Taping with the Jazz Ensemble by Patricia Murphy ‘77 Description by participant Patricia Murphy of the “January Program” that was designed to expose students to the real world of their career. The band toured Pennsylvania high schools as well as several schools in New York City. Also included is a description of the jazz band’s various activities on and off campus during the school year, complete with page of photos of the band. Alumnus One of Three Named to Board Philadelphia life insurance executive Joseph E. Boettner, PMC Alumnus class of 1954 Blair Law, and attorney D. Charles Merriwether are named to the Widener board of Trustees. Widener Sports by Ed Gebhart of the Delaware County Daily Times Spotlight on several outstanding Widener athletes: runner Larry Garner, freshman basketball player Dennis James, jumper Mike Williams, and junior basketball player Dennis Woodbury. Mention of Widener’s recent fifth consecutive win in the indoor track championship, and, the seventh consecutive year in the MAC regular season championships . Also mentioned are shot putter Barry Groswith, high jumper Jimmy McMahon, and runners Gary Hart and Jeff Fowler. Police booking it at Widener History and current standing of Widener’s associate degree in criminal justice open to local police officers for half-tuition. Dr. Murphy resigns for a new challenge Discussion with vice president and dean of the college Dr. Arthur T. Murphy on his decision to resign. Around the Dome Brief news highlights of campus happenings. Inside Story of the Great Dome by Tom Kerr ’77 and h.a. Pratt ‘75 Brief history of Old Main, including the fire if 1882, and its importance to the cadets of Pennsylvania Military College.
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Impact Magazine, Vol. 21, #3. (Spring 1976, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf)

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Spring 1976
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni
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Alumni Publications
Institution
Widener College
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Spring 1976, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Spring 1976
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni
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Alumni Publications
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Impact Magazine
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Widener College
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Spring 1976, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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Alumni magazine of Widener College. Editor: Patricia G. Brant Widener Sports by Ed Gebhart Director, Sports Information Not So Minor: nod to the winter sports programs at Widener other than basketball; including swimming, wrestling, and indoor track. Conference Champs: overview of the ’75-’76 basketball season that brought the Pioneers to the national championships. Test of Two Centuries A look back at the past two hundred years during the Bicentennial year of the United States, and a look toward the future. Jazz Ensemble Cuts First L.P. “Live in ‘76” was the name of the album recorded by Widener’s Jazz Ensemble at a live concert on March 17. 500 albums were available for purchase. Student View by Jerome M. Capone President, Delaware Law School Student Bar Association A look at the possible future of the Law program at Widener. Wearing a Smile by Nancy K. Hesford Description of the undefeated season for the women’s swimming team in the ’75-’76 year. The team consisted of two seniors: Brenda Richards and Sue Eife, two sophomores: Roxanne Lang and Debbie Bender, and five freshmen: Donna Bender, Marsha Reinecker, Noreen Johnson, Joanne Nicholas, and Beverly Hild. Educational Options for Alumni Proposition of possible new programs added for continuing education for adults at Widener. Business Internships for Undergraduates Introduction of an internship program for the Center of Management and Applied Economics after the success of the Engineering program’s internship program. Dixon Halls Overview of the new Dixon Hall North and Dixon Hall South dormitories that broke ground on October 13, complete with architectural rendering of what the buildings would look like. Around the Dome Brief news highlights of campus happenings. AlumNews by Joe Eckrich, Jr. ’71 Director of Alumni Relations News and dates of homecoming, and offer of Alumni Association’s tours including trips to San Francisco and Las Vegas, Venezuela, and Colorado. Dr. Rosen ’43 to be honored at Commencement The Outstanding Alumnus Award was awarded to Leonard P. Rosen, M.D., Class of 1943 at the 155th commencement on May 29th. Carnival Night: A Labor of Love Highlights of the third annual Carnival Night at Widener.
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PMC Alumnus. Alumni Bulletin. Vol. 7, #3. (Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf)

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March, 1962
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni Office
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Pennsylvania Military College
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March, 1962, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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March, 1962
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Alumni Office
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Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletins
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Pennsylvania Military College
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March, 1962, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
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PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletin. Auditorium Dedication Set for June 2 PMC Marks Century of Engineering First Engineering Chairmen Were Men of Diverse Talents Listing of people who headed the Engineering Department: Colonel George Patten (1865-1881) R. Kelso Carter (1881-1887) George D. Howell (1887-1892) Silas G. Comfort (1892-1910) Robert B. H. Begg (1910-1912) Herbert J. Wild (1912-1917) Harold C. Bird (1917-1921) Hansell Gives Up Grid Coaching Job. Successful Mentor Resigns Because of Mounting Duties as Athletic Director; Lee (Rock) Royer Succeeds Him Outstanding PMC Men: No. 18 Gene (Skinny) Hoopes Writes Fifth Book Class of 1901 Reading Service Produces Better Students. Skills Improved in Program Undertaken at College Five Years Ago Drill Team Wins 4th U.S. Title (Pershing Rifles) Cagers are Conference Champions Post More Victories than any Other PMC Basketball Team in History Special Report on “The College of Tomorrow.” Picture of: William Bell, college tailor for over 50 years Dr. Joseph J. Storlazzi, faculty member for 27 years Tom Brennan, college barber for almost 60 years Jim Schaubel, an early PMC Polo Coach Mr. Raymond McCaffrey, Financial Vice President Faculty Excellence: V Mr. Herbert William Roehler, Professor of Modern Languages Arthur V. Knott, College Photographer, Dies at 73 PMC Student Attends King Simeon Wedding Chalmer G. Kirkbride, a junior student at PMC to attend wedding of King Simeon of Bulgaria. Trip is a present from his parents Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer G. Kirkbride.
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PMC Alumnus. Vol. 1, #3. (Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf)

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May, 1956
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni Office
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
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May, 1956, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
May, 1956
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Governance - Administrative
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Alumni Office
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Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletins
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Pennsylvania Military College
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PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletin. Designated for Honorary Degrees Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, Chief of Staff, U.S. Army Dr. Milton Eisenhower, President, Pennsylvania State U. R.G. Rincliffe, President, Philadelphia Electric Co. Dr. Moll’s PMC History Shows School Chartered in State of Delaware; Military Training Began 12 Years Prior to the Hyatt Broomstick Legend Brief synopsis of Dr. Moll’s Thesis. Includes what is probably the real story of the broomstick legend
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