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

  • Students Favor Compulsory Head Fee
  • Sutherland, David. Council Extends Library Hours; Pass-Fail Grading Examined
  • Afro-American Minor Adopted by Regents
  • Weaver, Kim. Sigma Nu, Alpha Omicron Pi Survive After Greek Week Races
  • What’s Happening
  • WKU Chicken Crosses to Liberal Side of Road
  • Too Much Talk Only Screens Out Inaction on Pollution
  • Ashabraner, Nelda. Calls Morning Graduation Idiotic
  • Podgursky, Henry. Prefers an Evening Graduation
  • Brown, Robert. Volunteers for Anti-Litter Campaign
  • Showalter, Tina. Says Administration Lacks Trust
  • Adamson, Wanda. Sees Room for Parking Improvements
  • Hoppe, Arthur. Found a Way to End War and Defeat Poverty
  • Student Fair Today Features Foreign Food, Clothing, Art
  • Ralph, Mason. Visit Portrays Millionairess’ Try to Buy Justice – Western Players
  • Academy Cites Former Student’s Film – John Carpenter
  • Musical Twinbills
  • Art Competitors Work on Display
  • Miss Scheryl Reinhardt Elected State Home Economics President
  • Student National Education Association Cites Westerners as States Top Members
  • Patterson, Tom. Coach, Coach, Who’s Got the Coach?
  • Witt, Travis. Tennis Team Bounces Back for 16th Victory
  • Patterson, Tom. Frank Griffin and His Golf Team Striving to Forget Impossible Odds and Keep Rolling Alone
  • Men’s, Women’s Intramural Track Set
  • Ball State, Tops Meet in Relays
  • Will Ohio Valley Conference Expand?
  • Three Possible Schools Seeking Admission to League During Meeting
  • Witt, Travis. Jimmy Feix Happy with Spring Drills Feels We Could Be There Next Fall
  • Witt, Travis. Tops Drop Tournament Opener 4-3 to Eastern in 12 Innings
  • Exceptional Survey Given


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