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27 34 55 50 39 60 59 78 48 65 52 50 — Start enforcing the rules already in existence and don't be afraid to suspend students who break them. In the next couple of weeks, the ad hoc group will meet again to weed out the suggestions and compile a list of proposals for the Campus Committee, an advisory group under Principal Frank Anderson. The recommendations may involve action by the legislature, school district or East High itself, Eklund told the group. The committee was fairly united in favoring stricter Control over .students. ' One teacher who tried last week to calm students during the fight said, "I hnd a feeling that someone was running the school, and it wasn't us." Several persons said the school should set up a system to combat t h e spread of inflammatory rumors, which has resulted in some parents trying to transfer their children lo other high schools within the district. < Despite the school's recent problems, the committee applauded t h e parents who praised the school as among the best in the district and vowed to keep their children there.