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Residential Village Saluted: Ursinus Recipient of County Planning Award • Art Critic Kuspit Condemns Ursinus' Acquisitions • Biology Dept. Offers Field Study • Letters: Pro Abortion Bias Suggested; Art Critic Elitist; Hoopsters Accomplish Goals Despite Poor Press; Kane Commends McCullough • News Notes: Weaver to Play on Heefner Organ Again; Board Member Jeffers Dies at 79; Health Promotion Project; Lorelei, a U.C. Tradition • The Coddling of College Students • Connolly Finds Berry Piece Arrogant, Rash and True • Grappling Bears Stun Opponents in Streaking to 9-2 • Ursinus Roars Back to Thrash Hopkins • Men's Track Impressive Early in Season • Mer Men Waiting for Loyola • Lady Hoopsters Capture First Home Win • Sophomore Wrestler Seislove on a Roll • A Baby and the Ball - Two Plays Called at Once • Japanese Program Offered Again • Fishing Club Facts

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 9, Number 15.

Joseph F. Pirro, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, February 6, 1987



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