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Sir Thomson to Speak at Commencement • Changes to Take Place in Student Life Office • Yatsko Wins Fellowship • UC Hosts USWLA Championship • Professor with the Quiet Manner: George Storey Retires From English • UC Students Attend Model UN • Chamber Groups to Perform • Work Snarls Traffic on Bridge • A Legend Retires as Pancoast Leaves • Union Pub a Hit • Solution for a Printing Crisis • Letters to the Editor: Suggestions for Social Life • Standeven Wins Chemistry Award • '84 Ruby Orders Being Taken Now • Play Simon Sez With Bobby Gold • 3 Seniors Land Top Accounting Jobs • Post Graduation Plans for Class of 1984 • Tursi Goes to Scotland • UC Discovers Charm of Trivial Pursuit • Language Honor Society Forms Local Chapter • Richter Announces Death of Dr. Rice • Students Debate Deployment of Missiles • Ursinus, A Well Kept Secret • Forum Relieves Tension • Shiatsu Cures Stress • UC Poet Writes About Amish • Final Exam Schedule Posted • Men's Lacrosse Reaches Turning Point • Men's Tennis Beats Wilkes, Loses to Mules • Greek Week Reveals Student Spirit • Gasser Named New Basketball Coach • Men's Track Wins 2, Drop 1 for 7-3 Record • UC Fencers Place in Tournament • Softball at 14-3 • UC Field Hockey to Visit Europe • Jamison Breaks Record

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, John Thomson, Chris Yatsko, Office of Student Life, lacrosse, George Storey, model UN, Bomberger Chamber Orchestra, Myrin Library, Perkiomen Bridge, G. Seibert Pancoast, Student Union, The Independent, Evening Phoenix, Andrew M. Standeven, Beverly Bergey, Richard Coyne, Merideth Krug, James P. Tursi, St. Andrew's Society, Trivial Pursuit, Phi Sigma Iota, Allan Lake Rice, recruitment, publicity, Jerry Teplitz, Shiatsu, Greek Week, Alfred L. Creager, tennis, basketball, Gerald T. Gasser, track team, field hockey, cycling club, Charlie Jamison, softball, fencing club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 6, Number 18.

Rosemary Wuenschel, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, May 4, 1984



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