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

  • Lucas, John. Election Today Pits Ed Jordan, Bob Hatfield in Presidential Race
  • Miller, Roger. Congress Votes to Place Bob Hatfield on Associated Students Ballot
  • Economist to Lecture Next Week – John Kenneth Galbraith
  • Elmore, Valerie. By-Law Revisions Are Approved
  • Elmore, Valerie. Faculty Evaluation Set to Begin Next Monday
  • Dr. Norman Ehresman Named Chairman of Education Group
  • Instructor Gets Nomination – Faye Carroll
  • Ayers, Elaine. Carpenters Plays Songs of Magic for Crowd
  • Music Majors to Perform in Final Concert – Deborah Grabill, Danny Arterburn
  • A Basket Weaver Would Have Had a Better Chance
  • Miller, Roger. Presidential Candidates Comment on Key Election Issues – Ed Jordan, Bob Hatfield
  • Miller, Roger. Comedy of Errors Fine Showcase for Actors
  • May Term Registration Commences Next Week
  • Yearbook Set for Distribution
  • Black Awareness Week Continues
  • Rush Changes Planned
  • Dance, Twirling Applications Now Being Taken
  • What’s Happening
  • Gray, David. Student Research Team to Study Barren River
  • Summer in Mexico to Feature Area Surveying Culture
  • Rock Concert Set Next Thursday – It’s a Beautiful Day, If
  • Game Tutoring Offered – Bridge, Chess
  • Potter, Jerry. Vanderbilt University Comes from Behind to Edge Western
  • Jerry Bean Looks at Ohio Valley Conference Meet Reluctantly
  • Jimmy Feix Apprehensive After Spring Drills
  • Pershing Rifles to Hold High School Meet
  • Photos Win Awards
  • Twirler to Attend Seminar and Clinic – Sylvia Hallenberger
  • Western’s Drill Teams Take Honors in Queen City Meet
  • Kappa Alpha Psi Crown Sweetheart – Rhonda Taylor


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