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

  • Register, Mona. Academic Council Race Attracts 22 Candidates
  • Who’s Who List Not Available
  • Cramer, Jackie. Gala Activities Planned for Homecoming Week
  • Williams, Charles. Edward Breathitt Assigns Importance to Race
  • Weaver, Kim. Campus Ministry Continues Draft Counseling
  • Teachers’ Meeting Begins Thursday
  • Dormitory Fire Safety Subject of Planned Film
  • Students Attend Student National Education Association Meeting
  • Science Symposium Opens with Kepler
  • What’s Happening
  • Drug Education Beings to Face Pitfalls of Duty
  • Downing University Center Needs Mailbox
  • Steps Taken to Conquer Alcoholism
  • Pusateri, Joseph & John Kleinman. Calls Alcohol Drug
  • Neal, Julia. Commends Herald Coverage
  • Jennings, Ed. Suitcase Saga: Is this Place Always Dead on Weekends?
  • Is This Place Always This Dead on Weekends?
  • Still Possible to Enter Candidate – Homecoming Queen
  • Ralph, Mason. Tulip Trip Not for Bruce Blythe
  • Madison, Stephanie Maxi Talent Scores in Mini-Concert
  • Miller, Roger. Knock..Knock, Who’s Hear
  • Weaver, Kim. Associated Students Approves Due Process
  • Phi Mu Alpha Receives $900 From Kentucky Arts Council
  • Potter, Jerry. Porter Williams, Brad Watson and Western Shine
  • Jim Barber Lost in Win Over East Tennessee
  • Patterson, Tom. Alfred Collins: Western Only Second Stop for Star
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Jimmy Feix was Worried About the Bucs
  • Lawrence, Fred. Western Finishes Second in Triangular Meet
  • Unbeaten Sigma Nu Gets Win Over Sigma Alpha Epsilon


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