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COLLEGE CENTER: SONGWRITER KRISTIN LEMS TO PERFORM; Activities Day set for Wed.; Instructors accept proposed contracts; Teplitz shows how to relax; Run-off vote elects Zettler Stu-Gov. pres.; 'Don't get no respect': Letters to the ed: Stoeber drops some names, Schultz gives a hearty thanx, Tuesday spent buried in paper, Alexander bids farewell to all; PC President lauds paper; And finally...; Thornton 'Courier' contest: Paper wins awards; PC offers insurance for '77-'78 year; News: Top '76-'77 stories remembered in pictures; Police Chief Dye: 35,000 calls - from fights to barking dogs; Micro Tech: Little ol' watchmakers aren't so old; Local artist: Art sale to feature allegorical folk art; Quad ceremony: Commemoration reminds of Kent State; Events: Nadia, carnival highlight this year's student activities; Classifieds; Final exam schedule listed for spring sem.; Sports: Highlighted by women's basketball; PC Intramural Program wants more students; 'The David Kopay Story' brings everything out: A review; 3-hitter helped: Women's softball team take 3rd place; Two Cobras to Texas, finish seventh in state; Parkland goes for 30 wins; Parkland builds future: Urbana donates third, fourth recruits





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community college, student newspapers


Journalism Studies | Mass Communication

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Prospectus, May 10, 1977



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