Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Loyalty Fund Phon-a-thon, Successful • Parsons Re-elected VP of Historical Society • Nagy's Stellar Lecture • McQuaid Presents Views on Candidates • Letters to the Editor: Fraternities Help to Combat Apathy; "Bubble World"; UC Social Life Needs Help; Pledging Not Destructive; Pledging Enhances Development; To Ban Pledging not a Positive Aspect; In Memory of Zeta Chi; Pledging to Expand Socially • Patrol Pattern Changed, Woman is Assaulted • The Limerick Syndrome: What Would UC do? • Mardi Gras Ball Declared Success • Changing Picture of Health in '80's • Ride for Your Life! • Two Views on the Bussing Situation • Women's Tennis Splits in Opening Matches • Softball Undefeated at 6-0 • Tennis Team Nets Two Victories • Denning Captures Fencing Title • Strizke, Rosenberg Qualify for Gymnastics Championship • Men's Track Kicks off '84 Season • Men's Lacrosse Thumps Bloomsburg • Hot Hitting Leads Bears Batsmen to Victories • Baseball Team Raises Record to 6-3 • Women's Track Promising

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 6, Number 16.

Perry Romer, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, April 6, 1984



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