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

  • Murray to Lift Restrictions on Some Women’s Dorms
  • Western Enrollment Drops to 9,855 for Spring Term
  • William Kunstler Set to Speak Here
  • Holy Ravioli! – Comic Books
  • Resolutions Gain Approval in Associated Students Congress
  • Air Force Band Slates Concerts Here Tuesday
  • Hardin Planetarium Sets February Program
  • Activities Begin for 20 Hopefuls Seeking 1971 Miss Western Crown
  • McDonald, Kathy. If Summer School’s a Must, Why not Study in Mexico?
  • Ralph, Mason. Theater Enthusiasts Busy with Variety of Activities
  • If Nothing is Ventured Nothing Will Be Gained
  • Students Need Library Open More on Saturdays
  • Simple Message is Key to Peace
  • Associated Student Government. Wants Center for Students
  • Trent, Kim. Talk Doesn’t Accomplish Much
  • Kessinger, Don. Rushees Hear About Utopia; Pledgeships Shatter Dreams
  • C-6 May Be King Bushman Platter
  • Hoppe, Arthur. Mini, Midi, Maxi, Moe; Where Will Women’s Fashions Go?
  • Patterson, Tom. Toppers Face Middle Tennessee State University in Conference Tilt
  • Paterson, Tom. Jim McDaniels is Not a Pro . . . Yet
  • Witt, Travis. Swimmers Face Aces with Seven Casualties
  • Marksmen Risk Win Streak at Vanderbilt
  • Schlageter, Herb. Frosh Hope Middle Will Be Start of New Season
  • Towers Becomes College Inn
  • Sweetheart Ball Royalty Nominates Due Thursday
  • Kirby, Phil. Born Lovers Win Volleyball Crown
  • United Campus Ministry Session Set Next Wednesday


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