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Social changes open Fall term • Student Deans reorganized • Rebuck stresses individuality • News in brief: Lindback award presented to profs; Student dies suddenly; Miller heads Advance Ursinus; Women's council meets; Fields speaks at VPI; Nine faculty appointed; Music director honored; New Alumni Secretary named • Ursinus middle class • Dr. Snyder, interim Dean • Letters to the editor: Damage policy questioned • Life on these American campuses • I. F. picnic: Let's do it again • Good bands are available: Price shouldn't be primary concern • Keith Moon: The life and death of The Who? • Richter welcomes frosh • USGA reports • Danforth fellowships offered • Portrait of the professor: Dr. Roger P. Staiger • Harriers open season • Football: Tough start • Sports profile: Dave Kennedy • Cross country looks strong • Football: Pre-season peek • Field hockey
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Ruth Harris, student life, David L. Rebuck, James P. Craft, Louis A. DeCatur, John Hansen, Frank L. Miller, Women's Campus Council, Mary B. Fields, Evan S. Snyder, vandalism, Inter-Fraternity Council, The Who, pinball, Richard P. Richter, student government, Danforth Foundation, William J. Gatens, Ellen DeWane, Roger P. Staiger, cross country, football, field hockey, Dave Kennedy
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Hauler, Jack; Phillips, Donna L.; Petrucelli, Ranelle; Pfeiffer, Robert; Mroz, Lawrence; Bassett, Jennifer; Reilly, Thomas A.; Barlow, Brian; Ludwig, Kevin; Woodland, Mark; Emmons, Wesley; and O'Neill, John, "The Grizzly, September 29, 1978" (1978). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 2.
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