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

  • WKU Enrollment Soars to 10,149
  • Dedication Oct. 14 for New Buildings – Grise Hall, Helm Library, Taylor Agricultural Center, Bemis Lawrence Hall, Wetherby Hall, Barnes-Campbell Hall, Rodes-Harlin Hall, Hardin Planetarium, Thompson Science Complex
  • Fellowships Available for Top Scholars
  • Frosh Elections Initiate Policy for Voting
  • Another Breakthrough for Greeks; Sorority Housing Is Approved
  • Red Towels to Depict WKU Spirit
  • Neumayer, Richard. Physical Education Department Schedules Driver Training Classes
  • History Professors Tour Europe
  • Homecoming Events Should be Above Small College Level
  • Faculty, Students Responsible for Fellowship Applications
  • A Wise Decision – Sororities
  • Morse, Tom. States Parking Dilemma
  • Lampson, James. Notes Hazard, 16th & Normal
  • Drury, Bill. Cites Growing Pains
  • Roberts, Alice. Rebukes Information Delay
  • Forward Step Taken Recently by Ohio Valley Conference
  • White, Alana. Freshmen Sherry Hamilton Rapidly in Music Career
  • Geography Professor Publishes Book – Floyd Cunningham
  • Lettermen Slated to Appear in Oct. 17 Performance
  • Chaney, Joanne. Greek Week Chairman Named
  • Pugh, Wink. 16- Team Meet to Test Tops
  • McDaniel, Mike. Toppers to Face Buccaneers; Dickie Moore Can Establish Rushing Record Here Saturday
  • Instructor Hurt – Will Saville
  • Johnny Vance Lost for Season With Injury
  • Toppers Maul Austin Peay State University 31-6, as Moore Stars
  • Glowacki, Mary. Varied Sports Activities Slated as Women’s Intramurals Begin
  • Intramural Meeting Set for Tonight at Diddle Arena


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