Publication Date

9-28-1973

Abstract

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Articles in this issue:

  • Dillingham, Jed. Car Registration up, Traffic Trouble Down
  • Enrollment Hits 11,736
  • Ayers, Elaine. ‘People Don’t Know Where Babies Come from’
  • Few-tility Accompanies Light Vote as 160 Cast General Election Ballots
  • Kroeger, Mark. Cost of Downtown Mall Estimated at $1.8 Million
  • Baker, Beverly. Recycled Paper Demand May Aid Associated Student Government Program
  • Baker, Beverly. Administrators Focus on Goals
  • Dormitory Suggestions Mix Trivia, Importance
  • The Excesses of Enthusiasm
  • Lucas, John. Poor Richard Takes to the Throne in a Big Way
  • Lawrence, Fred. Coup Hasn’t Harmed Project – Chile, Austral University
  • Bowling Clinic Set
  • Executive to Speak – Charles Heath
  • Lawrence, Fred. Thomas Dunn Fits Together Puzzle Pieces Discovered in TV’s ‘Fridge’ Area
  • Johnston, Scott. Doobies Cancelled, May Be Rescheduled
  • Pianist Billed Tonight to Begin Chamber Series – Rebecca Penneys
  • Folksinging to Headline Catacomb’s opening
  • McNally, Karen. James Baker Cooks with Faith
  • Johnston, Scott. Ira Owns a Piece of the (Hard) Rock
  • Merrill, Bonnie. Hostess Holds Full House; Wins Friends – Gertrude Bryant, University Guest House
  • Lecture Set – Wilma Dykeman
  • Applewhite, Scott. Cream of the Crops photo essay – WKU Farm
  • Palmer, Alan. Getting Well Can Be a Bargain
  • Smith, Verenda. Home Opener Could Be Key for Toppers
  • Lawrence, Fred. Harriers Set to Run at Southeast Missouri State University Tomorrow
  • Vanderbilt Tests Women Netters
  • Western May Have Own Riggs-King Showdown
  • Baseball Team Wins 6-1, Falls 4-3 to Kentucky Wesleyan College
  • Pence, Carter. Mike McCoy’s Habit Is Pressuring Receivers
  • Collins, Don. Fellowship of Christian Athletes, with Jimmy Feix’s Help, Is Growing at Western
  • Queen, Who’s Who Election Set Oct. 24

Disciplines

Communication | Family, Life Course, and Society | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Public Relations and Advertising | Social History | Sociology | Sports Studies