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Middle States: What To Look For At U.C. • Sorority Songfest Continues • Letters: Lack of MACLAS Coverage Disturbing; I.D. Hassles; We Smell a Rat! • Middle States Closing Offers Suggestions • Canterbury Corner too Costly • Lacrosse Braces for Traditional Rivalry • Outmanned, But Still Best • Tennis Turns Tables • Ursinus Sweeps • Men's Lax Gets Physical • Cinders Burnin' Down the House • Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? • Branker Wins Jazz Fellowship • MACLAS Meeting "Absolute Success" • Sternal: Functional Art at U.C. • Cyclists Rolling to Victories • Pilgrim Continues U.C. Evaluation • Admissions Reception • Grant to Give Biology a Boost • The Music Scene

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, NSF, Biology Department, Anthony D.J. Branker, Thomas Sternal, Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies, cycling club, John D. Pilgrim, admitted students, proTheatre, lacrosse, track team, tennis, Canterbury Corner restaurant, sororities, Middle States Association


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 11, Number 21.

Peggy Hermann and Kevin Murphy, editors-in-chief.

The Grizzly, April 14, 1989



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