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Monitor Archive for February 25, 1985

Baseball's top rookies more often involved in trades than before
Hideaway for styling cars of future
Growers baffled by new farm bill
Economic adviser will face rebuilding job
How big-time athletics corrupt universities
Belgium to deploy NATO missiles -- but it hasn't said when
Jordan all abuzz as woman quits office over press freedom
`Witness': a movie about seeing that ultimately loses visual intensity
Evidence indicates nuclear plant risk is smaller than assumed
Paying the bills
Small colleges boost liberal arts by tapping big-campus resources
Salvation
Reagan's economists
A journalist's theory of inflation: as complexity compounds, so do prices
Skin-deep beauty -- Is the cost too high?
A way of helping `day-care mothers' appreciate their importance
Israelis raid Shiite areas of south Lebanon in effort to halt attacks
Pakistan voters may not follow Zia's plan
Catalog World
Teacher union chief Shanker uses all of US as classroom
Curbing drug trade
Trading in stock-index options: risky for many; good tool for pros
Cape Town's apartheid dream fades
Shake-up of S. Korea ruling party failed to shake out the military
An officer meets her Queen
Options cousin has a twist: you can't buy the index
Good news, bad news on strong dollar