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

  • Weaver, Kim. Glen Lange Outpolls 3 Others on Hill to Win City Post
  • Pence, Carter. Youthfulness Helped Student Campaigner – Joe Adams
  • Students Take Advantage of Longer Library Hours
  • Alpha Epsilon Rho, Theta Sigma Phi Schedule Organization Meeting
  • Book Store Worker Dies; Services Held for Dr. Theodore Hall
  • French Comedy Opens in Van Meter Tonight
  • Student Cooperation with Yearbook Inadequate
  • Parent-Student Relations Key to Deficiency Question
  • Finck, Michael. Western Professors Hope to Curb Pollution – William Lloyd, Donald Rowe
  • Mitz, Rick. Zen + No Yen = Jobless Ph.D.
  • Beg Your Pardon
  • Kentucky Civil Liberties Union Names Officers, Committees
  • Washington to Televise Educational Programs
  • Ugly Man on Campus Voting to Aid United Givers Fund Ends Today – Alpha Phi Omega
  • Aid Drive for Refugees Termed Partial Success – East Pakistan
  • What’s Happening
  • Spinks, Martha. Folk Students Trip Out to Ozarks
  • Brown, Kenn. Study of Football Players Disproves Dump Ox Theory
  • ROTC Scholarship Deadline Set Dec. 31
  • Potter, Jerry. Jimmy Feix has Faith in Western and Middle Tennessee
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Ask Don Carr, if You Want to Know the Winner
  • Potter, Jerry. Hilltoppers Must Hurdle Middle Tennessee, Butler and Murray for a Chance to Go Bowling
  • Patterson, Tom. One Thing You Can Say About Jay Davis, He Always Comes Through for WKU


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