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Campus Life Committee to Replace SFARC • Quad Fire Brought Quickly Under Control • The Fabulous Greaseband Presents...Rock 'N' Roll Revue Tonight • Christmas Thefts Hit Women's Dorms • Four-One-Four Proposed • Integrated Dining: An Interesting Proposal • Low Attendance Attracts Attention • Letters to the Editor: No static at all?; Big-name concert • Roving Reporter: Alcohol policy • Ritter Gift • Class Skiing Trips: Coming Up • Billy Joel: Isn't One Elton John Enough? • Grateful Dead Rocks Spectrum • Operatic Forum • Audio Corner: Receivers • Token Tolkien • Financial aid night to be held; Meistersingers on tour; New sports editor; Gift collection received; William J. Phillip prize endowed • USGA Elections Near • Bears Sink Below .500 • Cagers Capture Only One Of Six • Flying Fish • Grapplers Groping • Girl's B-Ball
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Hauler, Jack; Reilly, Thomas A.; Kennedy, Carol J.; Martz, Margaret; Woodland, Mark; Aaronson, Gary; Wilson, James; Barlow, Brian; Gannon, Mike; Newman, Michael; Bassett, Jennifer; Ayres, Frank; Garner, David; Plunkett, Jeffrey; and O'Neill, John, "The Grizzly, January 26, 1979" (1979). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 11.
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