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VOTE ENDS IN TIE: SPARKS, WYLIE IN SPECIAL RUNOFF; Both Amendments Passed By Voters; Bob Waldon Wins Vice-Presidency; Sparks Defeats Wylie For StuGo President; SARP Awards Worth $1350; Energy Crisis Discussion Held At Parkland; Gwendolyn Brooks to Appear On Woman's Day; Musical Coming; The Short Circuit; Cruisin' '74: The Energy Crisis, Inflation; Prospectus In Perspectice; Letter To Editor; HEW Financial Aids Available; Inclement Weather Policies And Procedures; SIU's Transfer Day To Be Feb. 2; Authorization To Issue Parking Tickets Granted; A Column By And For Women; "Growing Up Female"; Nursing School Accredited For Four More Years; 'Women's Work, Women's Way' To Be Theme Of Jan. 22 Woman's Day; Behind the Books; 50 Hour Documentary "The History of Rock & Roll" To Be Broadcasted On WLRW; Education: How Practical?; Oregon High School Students Earn Credit In National Guard; Mutt and Mortie; Bio 210 Relates To "Earth Day"; Con Men Abound In 'The Sting'; Rules For Safe Winter Driving; MTD Seeks To Serve P/C Better; Fuel Saver Of The State Of Illinois; Bus Survey; Classified Ads; Variety of Tests Available at Parkland Testing Center; Snow Days To Be Made Up In Feb.; Monday's Coach; 'Super Sunday' Belongs To Miami; Bowling Bulletin Board; Pep Buses; Basketball and Volleyball Are IM Winter Sports; Snowfall Cancels Wrestling Meets; Attention Vets!; Bouncing Bob's Basketball Bonanza; Cobras Even Conference Record At 1-1; Cobra Cager Profiles; Spring Pre-Registration Open January 22 Thru 31; Callboard; Parkland Events; Gardening Class Offered Spring Quarter at P/C; Attention Winter Quarter Graduates





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community college, student newspapers


Journalism Studies | Mass Communication

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Prospectus, January 18, 1974

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