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

  • Ayers, Elaine. Judicial Council Declines to Act
  • Cost of Learning Rises with Tuition Increase
  • Moore, Chris & Dolly Wood. English Head Stepping Down to First Love – Willson Wood
  • Miller, Roger. Ed Jordan, Kim Weaver Advance to General Election
  • Alpha Delta Pi 500 Set Tomorrow at Beech Bend Park
  • 17 Coeds Seek Positions on Cheerleading Squad
  • Finals on Kentucky Derby Day Seem Likely
  • Sigma Xi Research Winners Announced
  • Many Westerners Prefer Derby Juleps to Finals
  • Underwood, Van. Adventure is Not Shelved in Library
  • Strebel, Dennis. Dislikes Finals on Derby Day
  • Belfrage, Len. International Week Ignored
  • Gray, Davi. Can’t Hear for Music
  • Wand, Louis. Says Issues Unstressed
  • Lucas, John. Presidents Have Confidence in College Education
  • Ayers, Elaine. Richard Nixon Superstar is a Master Plot
  • Pollution Curbs Lure Student Researchers
  • Ecology-Jesus Walk Planned
  • Gerald Beckham, Miss Ronnah Childress Top Orators
  • Activities Conclude Tonight – International Week
  • Carpenters to Appear in Concert Here Tuesday
  • Miller, Roger. Comedy of Errors
  • Shakespearian Plan Opens Tuesday in Theatre 100
  • Glass, Reginald. Black Awareness Week Events to Begin Sunday
  • 350 Years Black Drama Slated Tonight
  • Register, Mona. International Cultural Center?
  • Register, Mona. WKU Expects More Foreign Students
  • Potter, Jerry. Coach Jerry Bean Pleased as Tops Down Memphis in Home Debut
  • Witt, Travis. Young Golfers Remain Undefeated but Frank Griffin Doesn’t Believe It
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Tennis Team Opens Conference Play Today
  • Potter, Jerry. The Munchkin - Steve Tate
  • Chuck Rawlings Signs Grant Becomes Third Recruit
  • Table Tennis Club to Meet Madison Team
  • Ellison, April. Sigma Chi Babe Named Brawny Beauty – Ken Wood
  • Delta Sigma Theta Knight Tapped – Walter Cromwell


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