Publication Date

10-19-1971

Abstract

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

  • Cramer, Jackie. Cheerleader Brynda Taylor is Queen for a Day – and What a Day!
  • Weaver, Kim. Mock Voting Thursday to Elect Executives
  • Gray, David. Nancy Dickerson Slates Lecture Here Tonight
  • Picture Session Start Thursday
  • 71 Talisman Receives First Class Rating
  • Dero Downing Receives Army’s Outstanding Civilian Award
  • Homecoming Review – Photographs
  • Concert Lovers Buoyed by Turnout for Ike & Tina Turner
  • Where Recognition is Due
  • Appling, Kathy, et al. Feels Herald Overlooked Important Points in Entertainment Question
  • Sower, Phyllis. Repulsed at Actions of Student at Concert Friday Night
  • Guyn, Bill. Evaluation Committee Needs Help
  • Wheatly, Louis. Shocked at Cartoon.
  • Woodson, Anni. Old No-Sleep Dorms Are Still the in Thing at Western Kentucky University
  • What’s Happening
  • Insurance Program is Approved
  • Ralph, Mason. Review: Ike and Tina Turner Go Lower and Lower
  • Ralph, Mason. Kentucky Building Began as Cherry Pie-in-Sky
  • Menagerie Tryouts Tonight
  • Guest Soloist Spotlighted in Van Meter Concert – Virgil Hale
  • Teachers Right to Run for Office is Questioned – Glen Lange
  • Dec. 5 Set for Housing Deadline
  • Potter, Jerry. A Trying Day: Jimmy Feix Survived the Mental Shock and Tops Survived Tech 15-7 for Homecoming Win
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Tennessee Tech’s Upset Visions Foiled by Topper Defense
  • Lawrence, Fred. Hector Ortiz, Murray State University Cop Titles in Western Invitational
  • Wedding, George. Sigma Nu Stays Unbeaten, Downs Sigma Chi, Alpha Tau Omega - Intramurals
  • Western Teacher Authors Book on Trappist’s Life – James Baker
  • Telerama to Star ABC’s Pete Duel – March of Dimes

Disciplines

African American Studies | Communication | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | 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