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New U.S.G.A Officers Appointed • Pennsylvania Pro-Life Convention Held • Rare Israeli Exhibition Arrives Safely • Village Idiots Compete at Pitt • Tenure Candidates Approved for Next Year • Alcohol Recovery Group to Start • Seniors Prepare for Graduation • "Just Do It"-- The Nautilus Connection • Flags: The Collegeville Connection • U.S.G.A Minutes • The Knack is Bnack! • Ursinus Students in Indonesia for a Day • Julian's House • Meistersingers • Talking With Betty Boop • Bowie: Something Old and Something New • City of David at Berman • Men's Lacrosse Club Wins Season Opener • Tennis Teams Begin Season • Five Named to MAC Honor Roll • Softball Starts Season • Baseball World Tour '91 • Indoor Track Finishes Season • Letter: On Teaching Catalan • Student Apathy is Growing • Consider Women's Studies Next Semester

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 13, Number 17.

Krishni Patrick, editor-in-chief

The Grizzly, March 19, 1991



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