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NCAA Drug Tests Bar All but Natural Highs • History in the Making: U.C. Hosts 1st Big Rock Concert Since Hooters '82 • Heefner Organ Pumps New Life Into Founder's Day Rites • Letter: It's All in Your Point of View • Hess Encourages Financial Aid Applicants • Jazzing It Up With Branker • Scope of New Course Broadens Science Offerings • Fear of Mosquitoes and Sex? AIDS Expert Tells What's Next • Akin Follows Losing Teams; Laments Vanished Baseball Dream • C & C to Focus on Scientific and Economic Ideologies • Despite Bad Food and Lack of Beer Freshman Say, "We Like It Here." • Grizzlies Clash with Stubborn Mules After Kicking Away at G-burg and 'Nova • Lady Sticklers Stuck at 8-7 After St. Joe's Loss • Sox Go Home Sans Joy Red Cross(e) Knight Named Series MVP • O'Donohue and Haux Power Lady Runners to PAIAW Championship • Ursinus Harries Race to a 5-0 Start • Volleyball's Doleniak Back in Action • Win a VCR. Put Your Foot Where Your Mouth is
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, NCAA, drug testing, Heefner pipe organ, Greaseband, Eva Hess, Anthony Branker, William E. Akin, Stephen S. Caiazza, AIDS, football, cross country, Gwen O'Donohue, Sue Haux, field hockey, volleyball, Debi Doleniak
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Pirro, Joseph F.; Leskusky, Vince; Brewster, Roger; Hart, Lora L.; Morris, Beth; Salas, Angela M.; Richter, Richard P.; Anson, Doug; DiLouie, Craig; Schneider, Don; Marino, Denise; Rinnander, Kristin; Tannenbaum, Elliot; Theurer, Jill; Darrin, Matthew; Griffin, Mike; and Lent, Dean, "The Grizzly, October 31, 1986" (1986). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 173.
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