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Abortion Defended in Forum • College Ghosts Still a Mystery? • Letters: Campus Life Committee Defends Themselves; Art is not Such a "Private" Matter • Richter Announces UC Art Master Plan: "Aggressive Couple" to be Moved • Notes: Career Options Workshop; Non-credit Photo Class; Seminar of Tact Offered • Senior Dinner Season • Musser's Second Year Plans Begin • Cub and Key Club Society Opens Doors • Bears on a Roll • Trio of Wins Key Bears' Hopes to Battle Widener Saturday • Relay Drowns F&M • Family Affair: Karkoska and DeSimone • Last MAC Diving Championships • Ursinus to Host All-Star Track and Field Clinic • Athlete of the Week: Tricia Curry
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, abortion, Morgan Plant, fraternities, pledging, ghost stories, Clamer Hall, hazing, Evening School, campus sculptures, wrestling, basketball, swimming, Musser Hall, Cub and Key Society, Dick Whatley, Tricia Curry, gymnastics, Nancy Karkoska, Laura DeSimone
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Pirro, Joseph F.; Mazzeo, Frank; DiLouie, Craig; Theurer, Jill; Radwanski, Jeanne; Standeven, Andy; and Adams, Kevin, "The Grizzly, February 20, 1987" (1987). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 182.
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