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Wild Weekend: Tippler Topples, Vandals Varnish, Class Cutters Cavort • Sororities to Begin Formal Rushing Season • Freshmen Find Fun on Campus • Letters: Unholy Parent's Day Irks Jews; Old Men's Life Bad News; Students Have Bills to Pay, Too • Freshman AIDS Orientation • "Domestic Violence" an Issue • Cameron a Pro Habla-ing • House Bill 749 • Victorious Volleyballers • Soccer's Hoover Earns Athlete of the Week • Football Falls to F&M • "Scabs" to Score for NFL? • Cross Country Running to the Top • Hockey Lashes LaSalle • Busie Bodys Rehearse • Lantern Announces Deadline • All Greeks Not Geeks • Nautical Natives Sailing with Club Revival • Fat Fear: "Freshman Fifteen" Thickens Frosh • Ills a Problem Already • E-burg Offers Basic Grub • It's Your Future • CAB Gets Some Public Relations • As Members Drop, the Show Must Go On • Entertainment: Ursinus Style
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Kiss, Jean M.; Hart, Lora L.; Grande, Michelle; Richter, Richard P.; Murphy, Kevin; Theurer, Jill; Hermann, Peggy; Strawbridge, Jennifer; Weintraub, Matt; Wentzel, Ed; Leskusky, Vince; Sharrer, Tracy; Mak, Matt; Power, Andrea; Gall, Steve; Woodworth, Anne; Hallinger, Mark; Stocke, Greg; Rinde, Carla; and Skinner, Carol A., "The Grizzly, September 25, 1987" (1987). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present. 193.
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