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Administration Focuses Attention On Pledging • Ritter Investigation Continues • Strangers Vandalize Beardwood Extinguishers • USGA Sponsors Alcohol Awareness Program • Women Experience the Excitement of Bid Day • College Disciplines Two Fraternities • Prof Appointed in Ec/BA • Photography Course Offered In Evening School • Values Education Examined By Committee • Candidates' Platforms for Campus Elections • Classes of '81, '83 to Sponsor Gong Show • Album Review: Panorama: New View New Wave • "Time Square" Is Sheer Inspiration • Rush Returns to Philadelphia After Long Delay • Dingy Room Ideas Vol. II • Field Hockey Ties W&M; Beats Gettysburg • Volleyball Lookin' Good • Awesome Widener Crunches Grizzlies • Sports Profile: Debbie Tweed • Cross Country Streak Alive • Despite 2-0 Loss, Booters Still Showing Promise

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Pledging, Greek life, Sororities, Beardwood Hall, Vandalism, Ritter Center, Theft, Alcohol policy, student government, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Delta Mu Sigma, Thomas J. Arnold, Derk Visser, Evening School, values education, The Cars, New Wave, Rush, Red Cross, Field Hockey, Volleyball, Soccer, Football, Cross Country, Debbie Tweed


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

Thomas A. Reilly, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, October 3, 1980



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