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Student Health Center • Musser Renovation Hatches U.C. Experiment in International Living • Maintenance Men Injured in Electrical Accident • Letters: Toilet Paper Article Belongs in the Toilet, not the Paper; Theatres Filthy • Schultz and Fletcher Retire After Long Ursinus Careers • Farewell Seniors • The Salinger Myth • Women's Lacrosse Awaits NCAA Bid • Cornbone's Curtain Call • U.C. Hosts MAC's • Men's Lax Ends at .500 • Ursinus Athletic Complex Reigns Supreme in Division III • Profile: Abe Rowson • Goodwin: A Bright Light in the Future of Ursinus Basketball • Costs and Past Vandalism Thwart U.C.'s Hosting Big Rock Bands • Briefs: Bear Pit; Happy Hour; Evening School; Radio; Education; Randolph

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, infirmary, Musser Hall, Residential Village, electrical accident, Twister, Richard Fletcher, Blanche Schultz, J. D. Salinger, sororities, lacrosse, baseball, track team, Abe Rowson, concerts, basketball, Nick Goodwin, English Department, Education Department, Evening School, WVOU radio station, Jill Randolph


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 8, Number 24.

Joseph F. Pirro, editor-in-chief

The Grizzly, May 2, 1986



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