Publication Date

12-4-1969

Abstract

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

  • Neumayer, Rick. Group to Study Student Role
  • Whitney Young Speaks Here Tuesday
  • White, Alana & David Sutherland. Lettermen Demonstrate Ability to Hold Their Own in Rock Show
  • Views Sought at Symposium
  • Atkinson, Marthalee. Western Players Bill Caretakers to Begin Next Wednesday
  • Wilkerson, Larry. ROTC Enrollment Decreases; More Cadets Complete Program
  • Wilkerson, Larry. John Lyne Represents Kentuckians in Nation’s Draft Lottery
  • State Studies Fee Increase
  • Dance Scheduled
  • Draft Oppresses Young and Poor
  • Honor Societies Reflect Academic Atmosphere
  • Keen Hall Lot Needs Attention
  • Showalter, Tina. Would Invest in Profs
  • Schulte, Linda. Happy over Harvest Happening
  • Rice, Charles. Thanks!
  • Willingham, Bill. Wants Dixie
  • Draft Lottery Decides Future of Men
  • Morris, Richard. Interest Revived in Ability of a Sleeping Prophet – Edgar Cayce
  • Women Seek Liberation to Conduct Their Lives
  • Wreath Lighting to Welcome Season – Cherry Hall
  • Planetarium Slates Christmas Program
  • Top Art Students Work in Gallery
  • 36th Annual Military Ball Slated for Tomorrow Night
  • Choral Concert Set Tomorrow
  • Activity Almanac
  • Virginians Invade Hilltopper Country
  • Tops Blast Hurons in Season Opener
  • Lawrence Brame Named Loop’s Top Defender; Johnny Vance, Bill Green Earn All-Ohio Valley Conference Honors
  • Potter, Jerry. Jim Vorhees, Johnny Vance Star in Murray Massacre
  • Simpson, Richard. Chuck Witt Paces Baby Tops to Rout in Season Debut
  • Brady, John. Central I, East, North Dominate Volleyball
  • Intramural Grid Title Playoffs Set

Disciplines

African American Studies | Asian Studies | Communication | Higher Education Administration | International and Area Studies | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Military History | Political 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