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Computer Relocation Offers New Services • Breakage and Theft: Wismer Releases Alarming Loss Assessment • Borough Announces Water Alert • Weather Brings Maintenance Headaches • Departmental Focus: Chemistry • News Briefs: Speech exemption examination; Fraternity sponsors foster child; Resident assistant applications • USGA Notes • Union Announces Photo Contest • JDB in Transition • NY Trip "A Must" • UC Lorelei Tradition • Transplanted Texan • O'Neill's First Union Appearance "Success" • "Altered States" Weakened • College Placement Office Expecting Busy Semester • NMD Waiting for Windows • Union Snack Shop Receives Needed Improvements • KDK Tops Sorority GPA List • Gymnastics Lookin' Good • Women's B-Ball Seen as Powerhouse • Basketball Still Holding First • W. Maryland Swamped by Swimmers
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Reilly, Thomas A.; Hanlon, Melissa; Lepone, Lisa; Foley, Barbara; Bynon, Deborah; Miller, Alan; Schwalm, Ross; Repko, Jay; Bassett, Jennifer; Reese, Karen L.; Atkins, Duncan C.; Harp, Elizabeth P.; Colaiezzi, Susan; Fuller, John; and Morrison, Jean, "The Grizzly, February 6, 1981" (1981). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 52.
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