Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Police Involvement: Fraternity Pledging Marred by Bad Reports • Lewis Thomas Graduation Speaker • FCA Gearing Up for Special Olympics • Off-Campus Housing Explored by USGA • USGA Notes • Wickersham Outlines Fall Semester Senior Symposium • Departmental Focus: Romance Languages • Middle East: Soviet Rivalry Topic of Forum • Beta Sig to Sponsor Franken & Davis • "Cafe International" Opens Tonight • "Bierprobe" Taste-Testing a Big Success • Reborn Songfest Loses Appeal • IFC Dance Slated for March 20 • "You See UC" to Become Regular Friday Feature • Registration Delayed • Gifford Heading for Nationals • Lady Swimmers End Season at .500 • Basketball Shooting for NCAA Tournament • Aquabears Have High Hopes for MACs • Sweeney, DiMattia Take 1sts in Indoor Track • Women Hoopsters Enter Playoffs Looking for Title

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 3, Number 15.

Thomas A. Reilly, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, February 27, 1981



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