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Bears trip Crusaders 14-0 to end year • Young passes to victory as student spirit booms • Council to conduct poll on regulations for frosh customs • Local actors prepare for season openers • Y opens toy drive; Plans yule service with singers, actors • WURS plans varied, enlarged setup; to include music, plays, local talent • Students hail team in parade and fete • Scout frat selects Corcoran president • Dr. Cadbury speaks to pre-med group on disease in China • Scholarship winner comes to Ursinus via freighter trip • Spirit reaches peak thanks to efforts of unknown group • The quarter-mark • Thanksgiving • WAA freshmen to arrange "sockey-hoccer" scrimmage • Football careers end for senior lettermen • F&M takes booters in overtime contest to close campaign • Court squad awaits grid replacements to complete roster • Hockey team beats Chestnut Hill coeds by easy 6-0 count • Five coeds to play final hockey game for Ursinus teams • Soccer team loses quartet of seniors with end of season • Ruby photography proceeds as students await proofs
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, football, YMCA, freshmen customs, Curtain Club, WURS radio station, William Cadbury, Alpha Phi Omega, Gordon Tait, spirit committee, Women's Athletic Association, Thanksgiving, soccer, field hockey, basketball, Jerry Seeders, Ruby
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Leeming, Betty; Schmidt, Emile; Herber, Bob; Rosenberger, Bob; Gehman, Bob; Derstine, Joyce; Wetzel, Willard; Stauffer, Donald; Saurman, George E.; Klein, Ed; and Foster, Roy, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 21, 1949" (1949). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 578.
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