House Higher Education Subcommittee on Women"s Athletics
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House Higher Education Subcommittee on Women"s Athletics report and recommendations to the 78th General Assembly. by Illinois. General Assembly. House of Representatives. Higher Education Committee. Subcommittee on Women"s Athletics.

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Published by The Subcommittee] in [Springfield .
Written in English



  • Illinois.


  • Physical education for women -- Illinois.,
  • Women college students -- Illinois.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsMoskoff, William.
LC ClassificationsKFI1211.82 .H539 1974
The Physical Object
Pagination63, 43 p. ;
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5171363M
LC Control Number74623278

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