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Vandals Violate Student Property • Greek Week • Comprehensive Conflicts • Letter: Brothers Give Thanks • Future Changes for Ursinus • English Comprehensive Anxieties • Table Talk • Students Should Become Aware of Career Aid Opportunities • Lent, Wood Lead Ursinus at ECAC's • Men's Outdoor Track Upsets F&M • Lacrosse Opens Defense of National Crown • Golfers Win • Men Netters Split • Women's Tennis Upsets Widener • Bears Leave Del. Val. Blue • Wentzel, Nelson Shut Down Widener • Wrestlers Lauded for Academics • O'Donohue Runs to All-American • WVOU Makes Waves • Hall Highlights Women's Studies • Notes: Cub & Key Add Junior Members; Forum on Ethnic Writers; Richter Lectures to Community • The Bear Facts • Flamin' Caucasians to Rock Ursinus • CAB Comedy Night a Laugh • Ursinus Receives Educational Grant • College Choir to Perform Elijah
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Kiss, Jean M.; Rinnander, Kristen; Salas, Angela M.; Richter, Richard P.; Hart, Lora L.; Lent, Dean; Griffiths, Jill; Radwanski, Jeanne; Leskusky, Vince; Standeven, Andy; French, Melissa; Gall, Steve; Krohnert, Kathy; Singhofen, Karen; and DiLouie, Craig, "The Grizzly, March 27, 1987" (1987). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 186.
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