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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Hunt, Gary. Associated Student Government Planning Ahead to Boost Activities
  • Businessmen Scheduled as Visiting Lectures
  • WKU Students Finish Forms for Deferment
  • Benningfield, Ron. Louie Nunn Pledges Cut in State Spending
  • Illegal Parkers to Face Fines by City Police
  • Ron Lawrence, Miss Carolyn Korb Head Herald Staff
  • Nance, Nancy. Auditions Fill Vacancies as Gemini 15 Eyes Europe
  • Fenwick, Mike. Cave Men Take Outings to View Natural Wonders
  • Marching Band Anticipates 100; Sets Schedule
  • Alumnus Receives Distinguished Service Cross – Thomas Hightower
  • GOP Youth to Notarize November Ballots – Young Republicans
  • Chaney, Joanne. Huge Mascot for Alpha Tau Omega, Heidi Is Only a Pup!
  • Culture Centers in Six Counties Planned for Fall
  • Clubs Name Leaders – Chemistry, Pershing Rifles, Radar, Sociology, SNEA, Iva Scott, Physical Education, La Socindad Hispanica
  • West, Dave. Does Football Season Mean Lush Days?
  • Herald Policy Is Established for New Year
  • New Parking Study Welcome Aid to All
  • Thank you, Local Friends
  • Campus Office Directories Could Alleviate Many Problems
  • What Ever Happened Billie Joe?
  • Jo-Anne Clark, Miss Kentucky, Arrives on WKU Campus
  • Orsburn, Mike. Foreign Students Face Many Problems Daily
  • New Appointees Assume Duties
  • Baccus, Connie. Bill Strode Photographs Capture Feelings
  • Benningfield, Ron. Perfect End to Bad Day; the Ole 97 Passes By
  • Dr, Kenneth Clarke Appointed Publication of the Modern Language Association Bibliographer
  • Work Study Program Offers Opportunity for Education
  • Greeks Swing Into Fall Activities With Rush, Initiations and Dances
  • Western Welcomes Faculty Members to Hilltop
  • WKU, Lindsey Warren College Assume New Role
  • Campus Religious Groups Set Activities for Fall Semester
  • Methods Told for Absentee Ballot Votes
  • Interfraternity Council Award Cites High Scholastics
  • Philosopher Scores Ace on 7th Hole – Robert Mounce
  • Dance Scheduled Saturday Night by Sophomore
  • McDaniel, Mike. Austin Peay to Provide First Ohio Valley Conference Test
  • Tops Crush St. Joseph’s College, 47-7 in Debut
  • Swim Club May Battle With Major Competition
  • Potter, J.L. Defensive Ends Men With a Mission – Wes Simpson, Lawrence Brame
  • Jimme Feix Turns Author
  • Fourth Region to Hold Clinic September 26
  • McAllister, Roy. Intramural Publication Outlines Program Changes; Weekend Events Considered
  • Yell Leaders Set for Year


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