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

  • Clayworth, Carl. 37 Students Vie for Offices – Associated Student Government
  • Johnston, Scott, Clayworth. Candidates Discuss Positions – Associated Student Government
  • Russell, Steven. Regents Approve Drop in Senior Hours Requirement
  • Tewell, Terry. Associated Student Government Paper Recycling Program Seeking Approval
  • Rep. John Conyers of Judiciary Committee Scheduled to Speak Here on Monday
  • Lawmakers End Session This Week
  • Downtown Mall Reality May Depend on Parking
  • Walk against Cancer Scheduled
  • Preregistration Marches On
  • Price, Fred. Candidate Withdraws
  • Weeks, Steve. Supports Mike King
  • Turner, Mark. Wants Black Unity – United Black Students
  • Sunderland, Jack. Morals Committee – Midnight Cowboy
  • Tokar, Stephen. Can’t Understand Cancellation – Midnight Cowboy
  • Maxham, Robert. Protests Cancellation – Midnight Cowboy
  • Strehl, Mary. Advisement to Start Next Week
  • Convocation to Honor University’s Top Students
  • Johnston, Scott. Exceptions to the Rule Receive Help – Council for Exceptional Children
  • Strehl, Mary. Feminist Concert Slated Tonight at Wilson Hall - Womansong
  • Student Nurses Week Set
  • Sigma Delta Xi to Hear WSM Newsman Tuesday Night – Fay Esters
  • International Food Tasting Slated Tonight
  • Caudill, Tom. Few Thefts Are Reported During Spring Vacation
  • Beauchamp, Donnie. Home on the Grange University Farmers Work Sun to Sun photo essay
  • Cross, Al. Nine Streaking Students Caught
  • Phi Beta Lambda Wins Original Project Ribbon
  • Ellis, Ronnie. Teacher Education Numbers Decline
  • McCubbin, Mary. Administrative Internships Offered
  • Charton, Dallas. Coal Termed Energy Mainstay
  • Ping-pong Champ to Perform Here – D.J. Lee
  • McCoy, Morris. Readers Theatre to Interpret ‘Jericho’
  • McCoy, Morris. Costume Ball Set Tonight at Garrett
  • Collins, Don. Hilltoppers to Battle Two Ohio Net Crews
  • Collins, Don. Gymnasts to Host Regional Tourney
  • Ohio Valley Conference Honors Jim Richards, Kent Allison, Johnny Britt
  • Lawrence, Fred. Outdoor Track Campaign Slated to Begin Tomorrow
  • Collins, Don. Basballers Tackle Rain, Vanderbilt
  • Rogers, Richard. Riflers Place Eighth in Camp Perry Match
  • Women’s Track Meet to Be Run Monday and Tuesday
  • Rogers, Richard. Toppers Show Poorly in NCAA Indoor Track Meet


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