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Thunderbirds crush Leatherneck cagers

Matthew Johnson

January 24, 1997

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Plagued by tentative defense and poor second-half shooting, the Leathernecks' dropped what should have been an easy victory to Southern Utah University 75-71.From the way the Leathernecks (10-6) played in the first half, one ...

Students celebrate King legacy

Lisa Lipscomb

January 24, 1997

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The memory and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was not confined to just one day of celebration.The 11th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Celebration took place Wednesday night at 7 p.m. in the University Unio...

Clinton should not be sued

Rahim Owens

January 24, 1997

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While President Clinton has been accused of womanizing, taking money from the Indonesians and other such ethical and/or moral misconduct, such has been the case for Newt Gingrich, Bob Packwood and others in recent years.The fac...

Macomb requests more police officers

Tom O'Neil

January 24, 1997

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The Macomb Police Department is proposing a staff increase for the upcoming year and the next two years. According to Police Chief Steve Williams, the proposal calls for adding a community service officer, a secretary and two ...

Necks, Winds crusade to Valpo

January 24, 1997

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The Leatherneck basketball team will face the wrath of a familiar foe Saturday as the 'Necks travel to Indiana to tangle with Valparaiso University in a key Mid-Continent Conference clash.Both teams come into Saturday's game h...

Professor examines newspapers in study

Helen Spencer

January 24, 1997

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In modern days with television, computers, the World Wide Web and other non-media activities, there's not much time for printed material.Bill Knight, assistant professor of journalism at WIU, recently totaled these figures in a com...

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