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

  • Pence, Carter. Associated Students Congress to Vote Today on Section of Constitution
  • Lucas, John & Loretta Adkins. Computer Places WKU No.2 in Business Games
  • Madison, Stephanie. Beverly Williams Wins Miss Black Western Title
  • Name Squabble Kills Appearance by Cheerleaders - Mary Scarborough
  • Russell, Steven. Western in France Program is Approved
  • Housing Committee Plans to Install Kitchens Next Fall
  • What’s Happening
  • Adkins, Loretta. New Hole in I.D. Soon to Speed Book Loans
  • Home Economics Major Gets Scholarship – Scheryl Reinhardt
  • We Don’t Blame Others for Our Own Mistakes
  • Proposals Need Student Interest
  • Highway Department Makes Initial Move – Crosswalks
  • Glass, Reginald. Associated Students Wants Your Support
  • Wolken, Artie. Thinks Crosswalk a Hazard
  • Nance, Nancy. Dissatisfied with Associated Students
  • Text of Executive Branch of Proposed Associated Students Constitution
  • Lawrence, Fred. Cody Grundy Takes Things in Stride
  • Radford, Judy. 1,500 Find Employment in Work-Study Program
  • Music Man Set to Open Thursday in Van Meter
  • Celebrity Auction Nets Over $300 – Gamma Sigma Sigma
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Western Rolls Past Morehead State University, Eastern Kentucky University
  • Lawrence, Fred. Eastern Illinois Surprises Hilltopper Track Squad 74-48
  • Potter, Jerry. Swimming Team Posts Two Impressive Victories on Road
  • Potter, Jerry. Grid Coaching Staff Feels Second Season is Success
  • Wrestling Tourney Slate Thursday
  • Moore, Chris. Miss Carolyn Raglin Hopes to Build Spirit – Panhellenic Council
  • Action to Seek Senior Volunteers – Peace Corps


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