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'CONSERVATIVE' BUDGET: BOARD WANTS NO OVER SPENDING; Thanks given all around for a successful tax referendum during early victory meeting; Stu-Go officers to be sworn in; Electronics to be taught to visually handicapped; Mass Transit tax asked; Bob Clampett here March 2; Directory assembled; Letters to the editor: Swap your babes, Help save electricity, Vets, advise instructors; Thanks for help: editor; More contests soon!: Defiers get their rewards; Flash! Global news; Two-hour Celebration Day scheduled tomorrow; Broadcasters Assoc. sponsors program Sat.; A night at the movies also a night of exploration at C-M; Baha'i sets 'Jamal' to sing Wednesday; Mediasceen: Should public TV be declared a disease?; Parkland participation welcome at UI activities; Classifieds; Keeping 'track': Assistants help LaBadie; 'Good' stays that way in bowling; Men's Intramural Basketball Schedule; Women qualify for state tourney; Cobras edged by Lake Land; Freshman Kim Burke stars for women's team; National Indoors: Parks qualifies in the 1000; Women's tourney Friday

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Prospectus, February 22, 1977



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