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Bomberger Tower Razed • Homecoming Brings Crowning, Presentations • Self Study Continues • Hockey Ties Nation's Best • No Tickets at Door • Campus Sunshine to Set? • Ravine "Paradise" Revisited • Portrait of the Professor: Randy Davidson • Letters to the Editor • Springsteen & Dylan: Poet Laureates or Veritable Zeroes? • Art is a Math is an Art is a Math... • Escher Takes On New Dimension • Commencement Speaker Announced • Plea From the Press • GM: Looking Good For '79 • Soccer Splits: 2-2 • Sports Profile: Don Paolicelli • Thin Clads Receive Treat • Swarthmore Superior In Homecoming Game • J.V.s Romp to Win • Hockey Returns Home • News in Brief: Fire Alarm Installations Near Completion; ProTheatre to Present "The Good Doctor"; Art Exhibit to Open Soon
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Bomberger Memorial Hall, Homecoming, Mary Beth Kramer, Middle States self study, field hockey, alcohol policy, ProTheatre, Dorla Dean Slider, student government, pollution, Football, Soccer, Randy Davidson, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Doris J. Schattschneider, M. C. Escher, William Smith, Philadelphia Orchestra, General Motors, automobiles, cross country, Don Paolicelli
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Hauler, Jack; Reilly, Thomas A.; Lange, Stephen M.; Gillis, Colin; Woodland, Mark; Wright, Keith; Barlow, Brian; Bassett, Jennifer; Cowie, Jonathan; Wilson, James; Dougherty, Raymond; Angelo, Mark; Emmons, Wesley; O'Neill, John; Petrucelli, Ranelle; and Rider, Ken, "The Grizzly, October 27, 1978" (1978). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 5.
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