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VOTE TODAY-TOMORROW: FOUR VIE FOR PRES. IN STU-GO ELECTION; Remus, Mayeda run for V.P.; Albert Dodson unopposed; Activities Day May 3; Letters to the editor: Pres. Praises carnival, Mayeda warns of lies, Cartoon good…but, Stu-Go made many contributions: Onley; Editorial: Trouble for athletics; Hackett vs. Slack for convo., Cox opposes Stoeber for IOC; Unopposed: Propeck runs alone for secretary; Thursday set for wheel chair awareness; State provides funding for food sanitation course; Law Enforcement Club sponsors Mk't Place fair; Markland: bigger not better for Twin City police force; Energy saving tips: Ripple effect causes waste; Police Chief Dye: 'Recruitment-lifeline of police dep't.'; Bike race today; Blooming Idiots come out of woodwork for IOC Carnival; Workshop set for Saturday: Puppetmaster Schmidt displays at PC; Afro American Theatre Workshop starts at PC; 'Alcohol, sophisticated, sexy?'; Bike tour Sunday, May 1; Classifieds; Bat girls provide needed help for baseball team; Cobras expand record with 3rd no-hitter; Lincolnland doubleheader tomorrow: Women's softball season nears end; June 7-10: Mudrock headed to JC golf nationals





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community college, student newspapers


Journalism Studies | Mass Communication

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Prospectus, April 26, 1977



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