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STUDENTS RESPOND TO BOYCOTT; CU Mass Transit Increases Service; Few Support Canteen, Hate Food And Prices; A Separate Reality?; Dental Hygiene Gives Students Free Care; Trustees Approve Funding For New (Yellow Brick?) Road; Amateur Radio Class To Begin; String Club To Present Music Festival; Sangamon State Rep. Here Feb. 4; Handicapped Left Out In Parking Lot Cold; Walker Blasts Fed Agencies, Refuses State-Level Tax Cut; 'Sorry, Wrong Number' Is PC Players' Hit; Mighty Joe Young Sings Blues With Style; Right To Life To Meet; 'Front Page' A Flat Disappointing Comedy; what happens after boycott?; The Kaleidoscope; letters; PSA President Answers Day Care Questions; Monroe Doctrine Plays Bluegrass at PC Friday; New Student Privacy Law In Effect; The People's Choice; Lit One: The Obscure Poet, Laying play dreaming..., Li Po..., Snow on the high Mountains..., Survival, Ode to you, O School!; Milhouse & Outhouse; Christmas Reprise; Classified Ads; Jack Ruby: Cubans And Strippers; File Petition For Graduation; Cobras Meet Top-Ranked Lakeland Tonight; Oliver Nets 40 Points As Cagers Rebound To Dump Springfield; Parkland No. 2 In Basketball; New Fencing Club Strives To Gain Members, Recognition; Women Cobras Open Season; Intramural Basketball; Parkland Events; Bouncing Bob's Basketball Bonanza





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Prospectus, January 20, 1975

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