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Registration has Come Upon Us • RA Supervision Allows Reimert's Co-ed Transition • Siblings Sharing the Same Experience • One Hundred Years of Tradition Passes With Fretz • Prof. Profile: Armstrong Balances his own Studies With Students' Studies • In Search of Success: Lehman Leans Towards Stockbroker • Letters: What is That Eye Material?; Walter Still Upset; Music Comes to UC • Scram Leaves its Name in Reimert History • Concert Review: Bon Jovi and Ratt Draw a Crowd of Leather • Wanted: Attempted Murder • Bears Fall to Fifth Ranked Gettysburg • Annual Snell Game Ends in a Tie • Booters Win a Big One Over Haverford Squad • Mers Ready to Plunge Into Season • New Course at U.C.: Human Sexuality • Richter Named as Chairman • How to Handle the Effects of Harmful Stress • Roving Reporter: Do You Think Fraternities and Sororities are a Positive Aspect of Campus Life?
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, course registration, Reimert Hall, siblings, Mabel Hobson Fretz, James Lehman, Thomas Armstrong, wanted sketch, Bon Jovi, Ratt, Scram, football, soccer, field hockey, swimming, gender, sexuality, stress, Richard P. Richter, fraternities, sororities
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Pirro, Joseph F.; Verlin, Jonathan R.; Young, Liz; Heebner, Jeff; Theurer, Jill; Brewster, Roger; Novarina, John; Richter, Richard P.; Kusenko, Peter M.; Camp, Heather; Beaudry, Maura; Brown, Tom; and Lawrence, Cheryl A., "The Grizzly, October 25, 1985" (1985). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 149.
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