Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Special 110th Anniversary Issue, Ursinus College 1869-1979 • Price of Permanence • Letters to the Editor: Close ties; Pledging violation; WRUC fate ; The Independent Clarifies & Apologizes • IF Council Protests Pledging Crackdown • False Alarm Suspect: State, College soften stance • Meistersingers Begin Spring Tour • Opinion: Alcohol policy on trial • Dormitory Locks to be Changed • U.C. Administrators Analyze Past, Present, and Future: Future of Ursinus; Blueprints for action • Reprint: Ursinus Adopts a War Time Program; Faculty Votes to Speed Up the Work and Close Early • Reprint: 4,157 Cigarette Packs = 1 Stereo; Murphy "Alone" Defeats Demas • Reprint: Dorm Lounges Opened; Slacks Rule Slackened • Reprint: Comet Disappears • Reprint: Ursinus Offered Grad Degrees • Reprint: Banana Split Rated Big Success As News Spreads Across The Country • Fraternities At Ursinus Have Interesting History • Reprint: Beta Sig Presents Bill Haley • Reprint: WSGA Is Frowning On Dungarees, Slacks For Ursinus Campus Wear • Reprint: Springsteen's Rock Rocks U.C. Campus • Reprint: Barn Dance • Reprint: Fire At Olevian Hall • Reprint: Seven Arrested • Roving reporter: Suggestions for change • Sports Profile: Jan Zanger • Spring Training Opens • Wrestlers Turn In Winning Season • Bears Finish Strong

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 1, Number 16.

Jack L. Hauler, editor-in-chief.

This issue contains a number of reprinted articles from previous issues of the student newspaper.

The Grizzly, March 1, 1979



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