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

  • Russell, Steven. Academic Council to Consider General Education Guidelines
  • Witt, Travis. Richard Nixon Aide Says Economy Improving, Points to Employment Rate and GNP – Donald Rumsfeld
  • Witt, Travis. Associated Students Contacts Rock Groups
  • Ralph, Mason. Western Players Still Influenced by Russel Miller’s Dedication
  • OPERA Madame Butterfly Set for Two Day Concert
  • Miller, Roger. Grateful Dead Alive, but No Great, in New York, San Francisco
  • Madrigals, Choir Combine
  • Lucas, John. Student Seeks City Commission Seat – Joe Adams
  • Un-Grouping’ Will Lead to More Understanding
  • Return to Old Desired – Silver Girls
  • Sower, John. Feels A.B. Chandler Has Experience and Toughness to be Good Governor
  • Catlett, Mrs. Reginald. Says WKU Defense Underrated
  • Greely, Lynn. Announces Science Symposium
  • Ferguson, Brent. Praises Associated Students Mini-Concerts
  • Telerama Nets $40,000 to Aid March of Dimes
  • What’s Happening
  • Yunt, Becky. Too Many Calories, too Little Work Add Up to Obesity
  • Cantrell, Etta. Model Planes Make Year-Round Hobby
  • Register, Mona. Group Collects Money for Refugees – East Pakistani Relief Fund
  • Potter, Jerry. Defense Bent but Didn’t Break and Tops Won 16-7
  • Lawrence, Fred. Murray State University Downs Western as Jerry Bean’s Strategy Fails
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Things Went as Expected in Saturday’s Game
  • Wilson, Brad. Pi Kappa Alpha Downs Sigma Nu
  • Symposium Continues Tonight
  • Mini-Concert Set – Supa
  • Annual Sigma Chi Derby Activities to Begin This Week
  • Picture Deadline Nears


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