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

  • Learning the Ropes: Frosh Urged to Make Most of College
  • Dorm Hours Relaxed; Check Out Modified
  • Attendance Policy Revised; Signals Death of ‘Blue Card’
  • More College Heights Heralds Planned
  • Former Topper Dero Downing Named to Head Alma Mater
  • Sororities Pledge 168 Coeds as Early Rush is Concluded
  • WLAC Donates Equipment to Educational Television
  • Dero Downing Choice No Surprise
  • Attendance Changes No Final Solution
  • Herald Letters Policy Set
  • Book Exchange Reduces Costs
  • McDaniel, Mike & Larry Wilkerson. Indiscriminate Dubbing to Make Campus Navigation Easy
  • McDaniel, Mike. Phisohex and Playboys: Frosh Arrive
  • Tucker, Bruce. The Great Anachronism
  • Lyne, John. How to be Successful at Western; Try and Help Make it Happen Here
  • Fraternity Rush Officially Begins as House Visitation Starts Monday
  • 1969 Homecoming Theme Announced
  • WKU Announces 1969 Series of Lectures
  • Western Players Host Reception
  • Western Students Receive $1.7 Million Worth of Aid
  • Harris, Mike. Psychedelic Last; Easy Listening Wins
  • Connelly, Linda. Director of Forensics Sees Definite Need for Novices – Regis O’Connor
  • Associated Student Congress Meetings Resume Today
  • Book Exchange to End Thursday
  • Faculty Art to be Shown
  • Soul Machine Plays Friday
  • Patterson, Tom. Tops to Open Season Against Strong Indiana State University
  • Patterson, Tom. WKU, Murray Share Spotlight as Ohio Valley Conference Pre-Season Favorites
  • Harris, Mike. Harriers’ Hopes High to Win Conference Crown
  • Patterson, Tom. Topper Coaches Wondering Romeo, Romeo, Where Art Thou? – Romeo Crennel
  • Lawrence “Butch” Gilbert, Lee Murray Provide New Look on Grid Staff
  • Isaac Brown Leaves Toppers
  • Harris, Mike. New Swim Coach Hired; Team to be Organized – William Powell
  • Patterson, Tom. Backup Quarterback Looms as Big Question for Jimmy Feix
  • Harris, Mike. Men’s Intramural Slated to Begin Two Weeks Early
  • Law Tests Scheduled
  • War Protest Set Oct. 15


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