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Reagan, Anderson Leading Carter In Campus Poll • Wismer Lunch Off to Optimistic Start • Explosive Bomb Found At NMD • College Van Policy Drastically Revised • Campus Expands With Enrollment • Bad Conditions Haunt New Women's Dorm • Kane Appointed As New Executive Assistant • Ursinus Still Packing Them In • Ursinus News In Brief: Myrin Hosts Davison Exhibit; Davies Promoted In Admissions • TG Annex Almost Complete • Evening School Expands Services • Freshmen Class & USGA Treasurer Elections Coming Soon • Ron Baltz and Jenny Perform • Ritter Center To Open October 4 • For The Musically Inclined • WRUC - On The Air? • "Yes" A "Maybe" • Alternatives To "Typical Parties" • The Rush Is On • Switchboard Under New Operation • Police Rally To Cut Down Thefts • 1978 Alumnus Selected To Receive Award • Freshmen Offer Good Stats And Great Figures • Pre-Medical Evaluation Committee Reorganized • Bomberger Tower Finally To Be Replaced • Booters Sloppy in Close Call Over Drew • Delta Pi, ZX Defend Title; Intramural Football Underway • MAC Title: Cross Country Goal • Lack of Offense Hurts in Loss to Alfred • Hockey Starts Strong at Penn State Tourney

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 3, Number 1.

Thomas A. Reilly, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, September 19, 1980



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