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

  • Lucas, John. Two Western Students Selected for Legislative Internships – Dorothy Darby, Kim Weaver
  • Eastern Kentucky University, Butler University, Morehead State Dominate Debate Tourney
  • College Heights Herald Staffers Attend Weekend Kentucky Intercollegiate Press Association Session
  • Carlisle, Dolly. Russians Lose Recreation Base on the Potomac
  • Advisement Continues Until Dec. 3
  • Noted Harpist to Appear in Van Meter Thursday – Gerald Goodman
  • Paintings by Jill Baker on Display in Cherry Hall
  • Auditions Slated Friday Afternoon – WSM-TV Noon Show
  • Traffic Lights Needed on Campus
  • Campus Veterans Support Bills in Congress
  • Bomb Threats Hazard to Everyone Involved
  • Graduation Improved
  • Roberts, Arthur. Says Editorial Erred
  • Drago, Jack. New Paper Announced – Spread Eagle
  • Groves, Janice. Criticizes Housing Plans
  • Cantrell, Etta. Dorm Hearing Boards Clarified
  • Pledges on Parade Set for Tomorrow Night
  • Marilyn Finck Crowned Queen at Military Ball
  • Intern Program Gives Opportunity to See Frankfort
  • University Percussion Ensemble Group to Perform Sunday
  • Zephyrus Deadline Set
  • Amazing Tones of Joy to Sing in Louisville
  • Syracuse Police Chief Slated to Speak Here Tomorrow – Thomas Sardino
  • What’s Happening
  • Potter, Jerry. Clarence Jackson, Western Race for 31-0 Win at Indianapolis
  • Lawrence, Fred. Both Hector Ortiz and Toppers Falter in Ohio Valley Conference Meet
  • Wilson, Brad. Pi Kappa Alpha, College Inn, Poland Advance in Flag Football
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Clarence Jackson Has a Day in Indianapolis
  • Potter, Jerry. White Sanders – William Sanders
  • Annual Turkey Shoot to Begin Today
  • Student Wives Club Meeting Set Tomorrow


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