Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present



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Clinic Offered for Ski-Bums • Outstanding Choral Students Chosen • U.C. Poses for Posterity • Letters to the Editor: Greeks Piqued • USGA Notes • President's Corner • Ropes and Chains or Can You Eat Plasterboard? • Protheatre Presents Comedy at its Best • The "Messiah" is Coming! • The World's Largest Picture at Ursinus: Get Yours Now! • Take That, West Chester! • Soccer Season Ends With Win Over Widener • Bear Pack Waltzes to Victory • Bears Battle But Lose War • Lady Bears Dominate

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Grizzly newspaper, Volume 5, Number 7.

Gina Daviso, editor-in-chief.

The Grizzly, November 5, 1982



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