Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present
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Beta Sig Fears Charter Revocation • Wegman Graduates Valedictorian of Class of '82 • $3,000 of Stolen Equipment Recovered • Volleyball Marathon Raises $600 for Special Olympics • Beginning of a Warless World • Library Friends Donate Lisle Papers • Medical Health Care in the United States • Intaglio Prints at Myrin • Band Plays Best Coffeehouse • Scholarship Competition Announced • Arts & Culture Abound This Week • Frat Pledge Classes of 1982 • Learn to Swim • Tri-Captains Triumphvirate • Overseas Hockey • Men's Swimming Ends 7-3 • Men, Women Hoopsters Roll to MAC • Matmen Take Ninth • Strizki, Cantello Qualify
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, volleyball, Special Olympics, Beta Sigma Lambda, theft, vandalism, Janet Wegman, Myrin Library, Tim Clemens, Su Carroll Hain, Joanna Klain, Student Union, St. Andrew's Society, Winterfest, fraternities, swimming, field hockey, Jay DeFruscio, Tom Broderick, Dave Petitta, basketball, wrestling, gymnastics, Karla Cantello, Julie Strizki
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Wilson, James H.; Morrison, Jean; Burke, Kevin; Angelo, Mark; Niemy, Diane; Talbot, Caryn; Kane, Stephanie; Rongione, Joe; and Nowrey, James, "The Grizzly, February 26, 1982" (1982). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present. 75.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 4, Number 15.
James H. Wilson, editor-in-chief.