The Oakland Sail 1985-11-04
It's a dirty job ; Congress passes anti-AIA resolution; considers new election and voting system ; Barn clean-up begins ; Red Cross collects 548 pints during three-day blood drive ; State and local professors' union discussing AIA ; Student Exchange program promotes change in scenery ; One night in the life of Public Safety is routine ; Schedule adjustments ; EDITORIAL: Cumulative voting produces inaccuracies in election outcome ; Letters to the Editor: Accuracy in Academia upsets many; Bias group controversy rages "New right" concepts dangerous ; 'Accuracy' has the right to exist ; Kleckner's attitude upsets student ; MORE OPINIONS: Shooting not fraternity's fault ; Press handled situation badly ; Parking problems worsen ; Student raises complaint about dorm construction ; Staff Writers wanted ; FEATURES: Enjoy fall's beauty at a cider mill ; Commuter Council back at work ; Learn the real value of money at seminar ; Pumpkin carving contest part of Halloween fun ; Chorus Line butchered at local theatre ; Congress member hopes for political future ; False Magic annoying; sloppy and confusing ; Survey shows support of WOUX by students ; VIEWS ON VINYL ; SPORTS: Spikers claim title share with victory over WSU ; Cardinals' duo a class act ; Hope to repeat in nationals Wrestling team opens season ; Looking for NCAA berth Pioneers win tournament ; Soccer club takes fourth in tourney ; Tennis squad ends year with defeat ; Impressive at LSSC Harriers heading for regionals ; Wrestling ; Money problems eliminate football
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