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

  • Pence, Carter. Pool Tables to Open on Sunday Beginning in June
  • Miller, Roger. Constitutional Referendum Set Tomorrow and Thursday
  • Elmore, Valerie. East Hall is Selected as Third No-Hours Dorm
  • Lawrence, Fred. Vitamin C Research is Biologist’s Thing – Lewis Lockwood
  • Concert Features Music of Local Composers – University Concert Band
  • Art Competition Slated April 3-14
  • Witt, Travis. Serving as Editor Proves to Be Valuable Experience
  • Pape, Nancy. Says Vote Yes – Associated Students Constitution
  • Wolken, Artie. Discuss Bicycles at WKU
  • Constitutional Referendum Deserves Student Support
  • Ayers, Elaine. Varicose Veins May be Hazardous to Your Health or How to Win the Battle Against Summer Jobs
  • What’s Happening
  • Miller, Roger. Fantastick Weekend Treat
  • Madison, Stephanie. No Introductions Necessary as Isaac Hayes Movement Speaks to the People
  • Miller, Roger. Catacombs Second Production Okay
  • Associated Students Mini-Concert Slated Thursday
  • Potter, Jerry. Jimmy Feix Looking for Lineman as Spring Drills Near End
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Jerry Dunn Finishes Career with An All-Star Debut
  • Basketball Attendance Tops Million Mark This Year
  • Les Taylor Heads All-Opponent Team
  • WKU Holds Lead in All-Sports Race
  • Moore, Chris. Greek Week Commences Tomorrow
  • Elmore, Valerie. Television Studios Produce Film on Fire Safety in Residence Halls - WKET
  • Ellison, April. Far East Expert Says Nixon Trip Will Be Slow to Change the World – Edwin Reischauer
  • Former Editor Gets Louisville Courier-Journal Internship – David Sutherland
  • Miller, Roger. Associated Students Endorses Kentucky Civil Liberties Union Lawsuit
  • Miller, Roger. Filling Opens for Offices


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