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Bears feast on dragon meat in 19-13 dads' day victory • Nelson pleads for dynamic religion at Y conference • Old timers' dance to feature music by Damon Holton • Cooke chosen for senior play lead • Girls asked to give hand in making war bandages • Mass meeting addressed by Chinese YWCA worker • Lt. Disert to tell Wednesday forum about the WAVES • Rogalinski named president • Bayne tells Chem Society of polarographic function • Pearson to tell pre-meds of their status in the war • French Club to hear Dunant • Dr. White attends conclave • Freshman prexy finds sanctuary in near-by house of detention • Bears beat Drexel Dragons 19-13 • Paul Detwiler and Bill Fetch star as bruins click for three periods and then come from behind to win • Football takes over during fourth week of intra activities • Soccermen to play Lafayette, alumni • Girls' hockey team rallies in second half to tie Beaver 2-2 • Redskins-Packers and Giants-Bears meet this week • Lack of student support holds up tennis tourney • Bucknell noses out G'burg

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, John Nelson, YMCA, YWCA, Margaret C. Disert, football, Curtain Club, German Club, William Pearson, Beardwood Chemical Society, Yves Dunant, Elizabeth B. White, freshmen customs, field hockey, soccer, tennis, intramural sports


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 41, Number 6.

J. William Ditter Jr., editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 9, 1942



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