Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present
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Campus Crackdown Affects All • Police to Halt Under-Age Drinking • Rafuse Paint Crew: Loud, Leering and Surly? • Students Study Abroad • Musser Returns to Dark Ages • Letter: Grizzly Errs • G.E. Attends U.C. Luncheon • The International Job Scene • Commuter Communication Gap • Bears Hope for Winning Season • Soccer Sinks Washington • Athlete of the Week: Walder Forwards Record • Meet the 1987 Homecoming Queen Candidates • Football to Face Gettysburg • Hockey Halted by West Chester • Myrin Catalog System "On Line" • Busie Body Needs a Body
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Kiss, Jean M.; Hart, Lora L.; Gall, Steve; Shrdlu, E.T.; Richter, Richard P.; Duda, Matthew C.; Power, Andrea; Theurer, Jill; Carmignani, Robert; Mak, Matthew; Grande, Michelle; Weintraub, Matt; Scharuda, Vicky; Hermann, Peggy; and Nitschmann, Cindy, "The Grizzly, October 16, 1987" (1987). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present. 196.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 10, Number 7.
Jean M. Kiss, editor-in-chief.