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Financial Aid: Who Here Gets It? • President Pleased with Success of Roundtable • Upperclassman Mentors • Opinion: Letter to the Editor; New Athletic Facility; Reflection on Mid-term Elections; U.S. Policy Makers, Look Before you Leap; Cashing in on the Past • Betting, Off-Track and On-Campus • Kidnapped? Grizzly Uncovers Surprising Truth About Missing Corson Statue • War Years Classes Dedicate "Promise-Anthem" • Remembering War Years Life at Ursinus • "Eden Cinema" at Ursinus • Waiting for the World to Catch Up • Swimming Takes First Plunge • UC Field Hockey Finishes Strong • Bears' Future: Contenders or Pretenders? • NCAA Sets to Control Wrestling Tragedies • Men's Basketball Prepares for Tough Schedule • Ursinus Athletes Honored • UC Soccer Finishes Season with Tough Loss

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 21, Number 7.

Michael T. Bauer, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, November 10, 1998



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