Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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proTheatre Perfects Production • Balloon Bombings Banned • Norman Pearlstine Addresses Problems Associated with the U.S. Free Press • Letters: Beautifying Campus?; In One Ear, Out the Other • Rolling Stone Celebrates 20th Year • Iran Source of Conflict in Dialogue Discussion • Calix Relates Salvadorian Horrors • Notes: Room Policy Changed; Apartheid Subject of Forum; Discussion Includes Pretzels!; Myths to be Explained • Ursinus Not Affected by Stock Market Crash: Others Not as Lucky • Pray TV Damages Churches • UC Robs Team of Championship • Error Prone Bears Drop Another • Early Bowl Picture Thickens • Bears Battle Tough Season • Ursinus 'Mers Open Season • Bear Pack Finishes Strong • Tri Lambda: Organization for Life Long Learners • Musser: The Year After • Get in "The Real World" Get the Grizzly Network • Busie Bodys Display Fancy Bodies • Welcome to the Greek Life: Congratulations 1987 Pledges • Phonathons Prove Successful: $30,000 Raised • Student Applauds Washington Semester • Seniors: Where Are You? • November Red and Gold Days • Eshbach Awards Winners • CAB Learns New Ideas • New Equipment Upgrades Dept.

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 10, Number 9.

Jean M. Kiss, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, November 9, 1987



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