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An all-school Twister game will be held today at noon in the University Mall between Brandt Hall and the Law Library.

The event is being sponsored by IFSC, the Prevention Center and Milton Bradley to raise money to help pay for former student Kevin South’s medical expenses. Anyone can play on one of the 20 mats for $1.


The literary, photo and art magazine will be distributed at the third annual poetry reading at Lordsburg Coffee Roasters, Thursday, May 18, at 7:30 p.m. There is no admission fee and refreshments will be served to all who attend.

For further information call Carol Fetty at ext. 4360.

—Bridget M. Rohrer

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