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VOTER TURNOUT FULFILLS MANY'S PREDICTIONS; News In Brief; Student talent to be displayed in variety show; Man fined after "stealing" service; 29 schools participating in upcoming Math contest; Opinions and Views: Brown neutral about WPCD, StuGo two areas should be improved, StuGo president discusses student apathy, Correction; P.C. happenings...: More seminars offered, Dixon displays ceramics, Series will deal with health issues, Essay deadline approaches, Panel to discuss learning, Workshop focuses on defensive driving, Driving class rescheduled, Motivate yourself; Vis Art field offers many possibilities; High schools battle to be best; Classifieds; "Angel Street": mystery, murder; Reed's appeal lies in inconsistency; Rundgren defines Utopia; Sports Watch; IHSA teams thrill Assembly Hall fans; Community Calendar; Coach optimistic about team play; Tom Jones gives ladies an eyeful
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Mayer, Terri; Carroll, Pedro; Weber, Rosalind; Dalzell, Scott; Hieftje-Conley, Mark; and Bateman, Sally, "Prospectus, March 24, 1982" (1982). Prospectus 1982. 26.