Publication Date

11-18-1969

Abstract

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

  • Associated Student Government Forms Committee to Study Participation
  • Western to Request $53 Million Budget
  • War Dead List Read in Candlelight Vigil
  • Neumayer, Rick. Reapportionment of Congress Causes Controversy
  • Wilkerson, Larry. Dr. Marvin Russell Watches Apollo 12 Launch
  • Tuell, Gwynne. November Nonsense Set in Ballroom Tonight
  • Murray Brass Quintet to Play Tomorrow
  • Atkinson, Marthalee. Western Students Honored at Conclave of Southern Writers
  • Ronald Spears Wins Finley Grise Grant
  • Efforts Intensify for Prisoner Aid
  • Space Program Adding Invaluable Information
  • Zielke, Lawrence & David Porter. Associated Student Government Replies
  • Jackson, Carlton. Asks for Patience
  • Lyne, John. Beatles Represent Bach in Contemporary Music
  • Wilkerson, Larry. Broadway Brought to Western on Opening Night of Mame
  • Bowling Green Area is Setting for New Novel – A Time of Generations
  • Tuell, Gwynne. Professional Groups Form United Professional Service Fraternities
  • John Lyne Elected President of State Speech Group
  • Odd Couple Opens Tonight
  • Bill Nalley Elected Young Democrat Vice President
  • Freshmen Coed Mixer Planned
  • Ogden Oratorical Contest Set Today
  • Wilkerson, Larry. Commissioner-Elect Vows to Make Government Go – Glen Lange
  • Potter, Jerry. Murray Repeats as Champ While Tops Finish Third – Cross Country
  • Record Setting Toppers Zapped by Zips, 21-18
  • Patterson, Tom. Stumbling Soccer Club Drops Two Over Weekend
  • Just, Paul. Big Lawrence Brame Only Junior Player of the Decade
  • WKU Pree Box Provides Atmosphere of the Past
  • Intramural Swimming Re-Set Dec 2
  • Mason, Bill. Bill Powell to Guide Tankers in Intercollegiate Debut
  • French Film Set this Afternoon

Disciplines

African American Studies | Asian Studies | Communication | Higher Education Administration | International and Area Studies | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Military History | Public Relations and Advertising | Race and Ethnicity | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social History | Social Influence and Political Communication | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History | Women's History