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U.C. Campaign Quickly Moving Meters • Profs Need Satisfactory Salary • Sororities Rebel With Toilet Trashing • Editorial: Retrospective Look at Alcohol Policy Making • Letters: Water Issue Still Murky; Potholes, a Sinking Feeling • Clark Awarded Grant to Research in Japan • ProTheatre's Hair a Success • French to Attend Humanities Seminar • Calif. Comp. Expert Gives Faculty Lecture • Jamison Appointed Myrin Director • USGA's Roles as Defined by New President • Women's Lax Wins Big...After Back-to-Back Losses • Cornbone's Diamond Update • Lady Bears Hope for Division Championship • Fencing at Ursinus • Donna O'Brien Can't Hold the Irish Back • Rippert: Student, Leader, Athlete
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, fundraising, salaries, sororities, vandalism, alcohol policy, water pollution, Hugh R. Clark, John H. French, ProTheatre, lacrosse, baseball, Cindy Caywood, Charles A. Jamison, Myrin Library, student government, softball, fencing club, tennis, Judy Rippert
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Pirro, Joseph F.; Salas, Angela M.; DiLouie, Craig; Kiss, Jean M.; Sabia, Lisa; Rippert, Judith; Kane, David M.; Krassen, Josh; Kulp, Dave; Cecchettini, Kathy; Tannenbaum, Elliot; and Hart, Lora L., "The Grizzly, April 25, 1986" (1986). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 164.
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