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Eckman Speaks on Corporate Takeovers • Students to Lose Booze? • Alcohol Restrictions Plague Neighboring Campuses • Campus Memo: Get and Stay Involved • Proposal Raises Serious Questions • Students Speak Out On Alcohol • Profile: Dr. Fago • Editorial: Drug Use Could Fill Vacuum • Letters: UC. Should Get Out of the Business; Alpha Chi Sigma Needs Support; Sauna Controversy Heats up; Fire Alarms are not Toys!; False Alarm Jeopardized Safety • Nursing Homes Part III: MCGRC's Sordid Past • Bears Face Widener in the Big Game • Racich Praises Grapplers • Lady Swimmers Top Susquehanna • Women's B-ball Finale • Confident 'Mers' Win Again • Track Records Set at Delaware • Heather Camp: Swimming's Leading Lady • Forum: Human Rights in Latin America • Wenhold Awarded for Service • Ursinus in California • U.S. Trade Policy • A Peek at U.C.'s Favorite TV

Publication Date

2-14-1986

Publisher

Ursinus College

City

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Keywords

Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, alcohol policy, John Eckman, false alarms, George Fago, basketball, wrestling, Montgomery County Geriatric and Rehabilitation Center, swimming, track team, Heather Camp, Gregory R. Wenhold, Paul L. Doughty, Richard T. Schulze, license plate, Valentine's Day, television shows

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This item is available courtesy of the Ursinus College Archives. It is not to be copied or distributed for commercial use.

Disciplines

Cultural History | Higher Education | Liberal Studies | Social History | United States History

Comments

This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 8, Number 15.

Joseph F. Pirro, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, February 14, 1986

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