Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Pfahler Hall Flooded • L.C.B. Visits a Second Time • Our Town Debuts • Letters: Director of Security at Sheraton Responds to Student Attack on Lorelei; Brothers of AXE Commended; Grizzly "Dogged" • Skunked Again • Students to Participate in Model UN Conference • Salamanca to Relate Experiences on Terrorism • Bard Graces Ursinus • Notes: UC / St. Joseph's Host MBA Summer Session; Myrin Holds Semi-Annual Book Sale; New Resident Assistants Announced • Athlete of the Week: Kim Wentzel • Santangelo, O'Malley Jump Lady Bears to 6-0 Start • Women's Tennis Served Tough Losses • Track's Record: Record Breaking • Ursinus' Champion Lacrosse Team: Vying for Fourth National Title • Opposition Unfavorable to Bears • Golf Team Drives Record to 8-0 • Softball Assumes First Place Position • Room Selection to Start • The Joshua Tree Rates an A • Young Democrats: Exhibiting New Challenges for the Future • Advanced TV Class Produces "Ursinus Magazine" For Cable Network • Arbor Day Trees Grow Money • Bear Facts: Ursinus Mascot Bearly Known

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 9, Number 23.

Jean M. Kiss, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, April 10, 1987



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