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

  • Guidelines Become Effective in Spring – General Education
  • Gray, David. Western Hires New Physician – Raymond Wesley
  • Lucas, John. Students Can Expect Higher Food Prices
  • Herald Takes Holiday Break
  • Cramer, Jackie. Will Education Guidelines Jeopardize Language Enrollment?
  • Dr. Philip Hauser to Speak Tuesday
  • Western Student Nurses Receive State Honors
  • What’s Happening
  • Madison, Stephanie. Associated Students Legal Rights Committee Plans Dec. 1 Symposium with Lawyers
  • Talisman Receives Medalist Rating
  • Faculty Wives Club Seek Scholarship Funds
  • Today’s Society Could Learn from Early Man’s Experience
  • Lack of Communications Can Cause Difficulties
  • Merrill, Bonnie. Criticizes Spread Eagle
  • Pitchford, Carl. Thankful for Spread Eagle
  • Boone, Chris. Commends New Paper
  • Phi Beta Sigma, Alpha Delta Pi Score Wins
  • Associated Students Congress Defeats Campaigning Bill
  • Ralph, Mason. Western Players Stage Moon Magie
  • Glass Menagerie Coming
  • Ayers, Elaine. Chicago: Magic in Music
  • Poetry Session Set
  • Cramer, Jackie. Boilers Let Off Steam, Pass Tests
  • Interfraternity Council Dance Set Tomorrow
  • Toys for Tots Drive Scheduled for December 3
  • Weeks, Steve. Drum Major: Chance to be Creative – Jim Simpson
  • Ohio Valley Conference, Bowl Bid Up for Grabs When Murray State University Invades
  • Football Banquet Set for Monday
  • Lawrence, Fred. Hector Ortiz Bids for All-America Honors in NCAA Run
  • Potter, Jerry. Potmeat Picks: Seer Sees Ohio Valley Conference Tie
  • Patterson, Tom. Terry Thompson Never Frets Over a Game, but Coaches Sure Worry About Him
  • Mountain, Black Oak Arkansas Billed for Dec. 2 Associated Students Concert
  • Lambda Chi’s Gals Plan Kidnapping


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