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

  • Ed Jordan Wins Top Office
  • Pence, Carter. New Associated Student Government President Needs Cooperation and Support
  • Herald Takes Top Honors at Kentucky Intercollegiate Press Association
  • Academic Council Approves Testing Plan
  • Advertising Executive to Lecture – Robert Goodman
  • Singers Present Chamber Music - Madrigals
  • Board of Regents Endorses Ban of the Fly
  • Gray, David. Kentucky Historical Society Erects Markers
  • Workshop Gets Grants – Journalism & Broadcasting
  • Sign-Up Period for May Term to End Friday
  • No-Hours Dorms Solve Many Housing Problems
  • Nurturing Paper Not Easy, but Willson Wood Stabilized Process
  • McMahon, William. More on American Association of University Professors
  • Brownlee, Tim. Questions Roger Miller
  • Pace, Steve. Why Vote?
  • Johnson, Ellen. Library Fines Become Automated
  • Baskett, Jim. Feels Student Desires Ignored
  • Carlisle, Dolly. Teacher Enjoys the Weather – Willard Cockrill
  • Glass, Reginald. Beautiful Day, If Headline Concert
  • Western Graduate May Be Promoted to General and Assigned to Belgium – Russell Dougherty
  • Education Majors Are Honored
  • Castle Heights Wins Drill Competition
  • Western Will Assist South American Schools
  • Veterans on Campus Elect New Officers
  • Interpretation Festival Slated
  • Miller, Roger. Kud Zu: Solid, Hard Rock . . . and Clean Fun
  • Western Players to Hold Awards Banquet
  • Operation Venus: Venereal Disease Hotline Begins Information Service
  • Honors Committee Proposes Development
  • Weeks, Steve. Art Major Calls Himself an Unfinished Person – Gary Martin
  • Carlisle, Dolly. Mrs. Frances Dixon Enriches School for Not-So-Rich
  • Faculty Wives Select Nine Outstanding Freshman Coeds
  • Lucas, John. Senatorial Hopeful Criticizes Vietnam Policy – Dee Huddleston
  • What’s Happening
  • Tony Cochran Receives President’s Award
  • Potter, Jerry. Western Gives Tin-Pan Rendition of Beethoven - Baseball
  • Lawrence, Fred. Toppers Dominate Quadrangular, Host Tennessee Tech Today
  • Lawrence, Fred. Chuck Eneix: He Did the Work, He Did the Sweating
  • Gary Barnett Accepts Post at Southeast Missouri
  • Lawrence, Fred. Gary Bywaters Applies ‘Heel and Toe’ to Life
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Tennis Team Tests Kentucky Today
  • Golfers Drop First Match


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