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THE PUBLICS' RIGHT TO KNOW: SCHORR DISCUSSES DISMISSAL; Commager denounces U.S. morals; Petitions due Apr. 22: Elections 27-28; Veterans: Points of interest and importance; Spring has sprung; Attn. Vets; Pet Show April 24; Williams honored by SARP; Math contest held Apr. 3; Dees, Scouffas place fourth; $10 a ton; Stu-Go sponsors paper drive; Young authors attend: First PC Story Shop; Second annual Craft Fair; Musical celebration; Dance Ensemble Apr. 22; Parkland Board of Trustees elections April 10; Federation of Blind reports at conference; Library ups overdue fines; Dunking booth highlights carnival; Vinyl Love: The Heat is on; Skylines: Celestial wanderers; Debaters take 3rd; Classifieds; Cobras down Illini; Pritchett makes finals in gymnastics meet; Women's softball lose two; Oliver first team; Cobra's Corner: Feather leads team; Cobra's take double-header





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Prospectus, April 8, 1976

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