Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Alcohol Speaker • Hostage Update • Wallace Speaks to Whitians • Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation Program • "Keepers of the Flame": King Speaks on Soviet Art • Concert Band & Jazz Ensemble Perform • Reader's Theatre on Soviet Art • John Updike to Speak • CAB Entertainers Enthrall All • An Upheaval of Rumors • Movie Review: Home Alone • Is "Pretty Good" Good Enough? • The World is Not Red, White, and Blue • Letters: Alcove Access; Halloween Flip-Flop; More Response to Ronnig Letter; Administration Woes; Enough Already!; Ronning Responses Critiqued; A Christian Response • Basketball Opens Season with Losses to Dickinson and Cabrini in Tip-Off Tournament • Kershner goes to Nationals • Ursinus Outswims Washington • Women's Soccer Team in the Works • Women Hoopsters Open Season • Lady Bears Sink Competition • Charity Hoops Game • Lacrosse Ends Season

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 14, Number 9.

Eric Foellmer, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, November 26, 1991



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