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With This Freshman Class, Day Student Population Breaks 1200 • Frank Smith Becomes the President's Consultant • Richter Addresses New Class • A Better Newspaper For a Better School • At Ursinus, the Japanese Study Melting Pot Myth • Taufscheine Exhibit • Update: Jazzing Things Up; Help is on the Way; Cornish Elected to U.C. Board of Directors; Chem. Program Gets Help • W. W. Smith Gives Again • Myrin to Undergo Big Renovations • Lady Bears Ready Themselves • Grizzlies Aiming For 2nd Straight Winning Season in Centennial • Booters Rebuilding- " Unquestionably" • Camp Shoudt '86 Ends. Bears Should Run the MAC Ragged • Volleyballers: A Plan to Net Several Opponents
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Pirro, Joseph F.; Standeven, Andy; Richter, Richard P.; and Theurer, Jill, "The Grizzly, September 5, 1986" (1986). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 166.
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