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PROBLEMS OF HANDICAPPED ARE STUDENT GOVERNMENT TOPIC; Student Government days are night time success: Reid; PC news in brief: It's debatable, Turkeys!!!, Bahai Club, Attention Bridge players, Faculty Wives' Auction; Deadline Dec. 3: File 'Petition to graduate' soon; Blazing saddles; Fella: Shots don't kill: Fifty year history of swine flu; 68% support Pins; What about handicapped?; Staff editorial: Ford & Carter flip & flop; Chicago Poets read; Memories of fall; Neal explains 'open door'; Nursing Managmnt. seminar to stress leadership skills; Health related carreers: Respiratory therapy is new health field; Illini Figure Skaters offer training and membership; White Cane Safety Day: Blind leading the blind PC reality on Cane Day; Dallas gets "accomplishment, canvas burns, and sore neck"; Autumn Harvest 'It's hard to keep up'; Uncle Bob: PC plays cast; Symphony Choral: This week at Krannert Center; Skylines: Watching the night skies; Thursday college forums; Mark Twain opens 1st; Correction; Classifieds; PC Spikers defeat Danville, Joliet; PC hosts Cross Country meet; Bystanders are eleventh; Haunted House; Uee Beasties topple Ted's; 3-D's & Nine gaining; Cobras run 'toughest course'; Bowling & Bridge tourneys still open to students; Mudrock 11 Cobras 15 in invit.; Spikers 5-0 after LLJC; Hunting sympos. set for Nov. 2; Zettler is two-timer; Fast Freddy's Football Forecast; Games of October 23





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Prospectus, October 19, 1976

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