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

  • Caudill, Tom. Tuition Plan Would Offer Reciprocal In-State Rates With Tennessee
  • Cross, Al. Tight Budget Asked for School
  • Clayworth, Carl. Glenn Jackson Introduces Bill to reorganize Associated Student Government
  • Johnston, Scott. Management Problems Force Cancellation of War
  • Pageant Applications Due Today – Miss Black Western
  • Boston Prof to Explain Dracula Tale – Raymond McNally
  • Strehl, Mary. Western Commemorates Kentucky Bicentennial
  • Reciprocal Tuition Chance Opens New College Doors
  • Arnold, Vivian. Disappointed Fan
  • Werschulz, Steven. Opposes Forced Housing
  • Dyrsen, Kenneth. More on Housing
  • Edwards, Bruce. Badge Guys: Officers Practice Protection Racket photo essay
  • Strehl, Mary. Kohoutek Illuminates, Disappoints – Comets
  • Religion Lectures Set
  • Dean Gains Teacher Education Post – J.T. Sandefur
  • Strehl, Mary. Husband, Wife Team in Quasar Project – Richard & Karen Hackney
  • Edwards, Bruce. Foot-loose & Fancy Free photo essay
  • Brownlee, Tim. ‘Dolly’ Rehearses for February Run
  • Western Coed Named Debate Group Secretary – Ronnah Childress
  • Theater Slates ‘Favorite Films’
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Frigid Toppers host Murray Tomorrow
  • Rogers, Richard. Tankers Put Win Streak on Line
  • Women after First Win
  • Lawrence, Fred. Western Tracksters to Hit Top Indoor Meets This Year
  • Rogers, Richard. Freshman Backstroker Makes Adjustments from High School – Dave Kowalewski
  • Table Tennis Club to Play in Tourney
  • Martin, Lee. Opportunities Are Plentiful for Western Graduates in Recreation
  • High School Basketball Teams Will Clash in Diddle Arena
  • Fred Kirchner Named Ambassador
  • Collins, Don. Lindsey Wilson Snaps Jayvees’ String


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