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Chancellor Helfferich Dies At 85 • Book Situation Better But Not Great • First Year Job Seminar Held • Workshops To Be Held • Gibson To Speak • Electron Scope: DOA • Richter Proud Of Ursinus College • Remembering Helfferich • Lantern Enters National Competition • Letter To The Editor • Wellness Week At Ursinus • Forum Starts Semester • Allen Flick Is No Sleeper • UC Appoints New Vice Presidents • Red and Gold Days Prove Successful • Coffee-House Blues • Evening Of The Absurd At Ursinus • Buddy Holly 25 Years Ago Today • French Film Tickles Viewers • Evening Course At Ursinus • WRUC Increases Audience • Old Men's Gets New Machines • Bears Hoopsters Hit a Cold Spell • Aquabears Crush Opponents As They Roll to MAC • Winning Streak in Fencing Continues • Aquabearettes Drown Widener • Lady Bears Bid For Strong Finish • Gymnasts Show Potential • Wrestlers Vie For MAC Championship
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Donald L. Helfferich, bookstore, career planning and placement office, evening school, biology department, Charles Gibson, Richard P. Richter, Lantern, Nikki Giovanni, Psychology Club, John R. Van Ness, Nelson M. Williams, Danny Rose, ProTheatre, admissions, St. Eleanors Coffeehouse, Buddy Holly, French Club, basketball, WRUC radio, Curtis Hall, swimming, fencing club, basketball, gymnastics, wrestling
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Romer, Perry; Kelly, Brian; Clark, Tracey; Richter, Richard P.; Scharf, Glenn P.; Brown, Alison K.; Richter, Kurt; Callahan, John; Korey, Doug; Krauss, Mark; Walsh, Michael; Lyden, Timothy; and Zimmerman, Lorraine J., "The Grizzly, February 3, 1984" (1984). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 111.
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