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Three Administrators to Leave: Harris, Layne Retire • Ursinus Makes Inquirer Headlines • Housing Shortage is Imminent • J-Board Changes to be Made • Ursinus Students Win German Awards • Computer Genius is Honored at Myrin • Renninger to go to Scotland • Ursinus Professor Sees Work Published • President's Corner • Letters to the Editor • Bike-A-Thon Proves Successful • Film Reveals Nuclear Horror • Zacharias Ursinus to be Honored in Fall • Award Time • College Choir Turns Comic • Holocaust Survivor Speaks at Commemoration • Women's Tennis Overcomes Adversities; Wins MAC Play-off Berth • Bears' Softball Team Reaches Goal • Women's Lacrosse Turns in Another Strong Season • Ursinus Sluggers Gear Up for Home Stretch • Sports Profile: The Mile Relay Team • Track Teams Close Out Seasons • Men's Tennis Concludes Successful Campaign • Men's Lacrosse Suffers Two Defeats
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Romer, Perry; Seese, Sara D.; Ziss, Jon; Tagliamonte, Neil; Scheffler, Scott; Richter, Richard P.; Wuenschel, Rosemary J.; Atkins, Duncan C.; Evans, David; Cosgrave, Timothy; Keeley, Jacklyn; Granahan, Joseph; Hovick, Edward; and Doyle, John, "The Grizzly, April 29, 1983" (1983). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper. 95.
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