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

  • Lucas, John. Board Says Kim Weaver Can Seek Associated Student Government Office
  • Candidates Finish Filing for Offices
  • Lois Eigelbach Crowned Miss Western
  • Greeks Name Queen, King at Banquet – Nancie Burdette, George Kendrick
  • Miller, Roger. Judicial Council Not Omnipotent
  • Associated Student Government: It’s Been a Long-Time Dying . . .
  • Byrd, Kelly. Praises American Association of University Professors
  • Wolken, Artie. Wants More Handball Courts
  • Radford, Judy. Simple Registration Aids May Term
  • Veterans on Campus Benefit Drive Ends – Monty Coyle
  • Wedding, George, et al. Miss Western 1972
  • Brownlee, Tim. Set and Costumes for Comedy of Errors to Stress Variety
  • Folk Festival Sings Out Tonight
  • Bellarmine to Host Debate Tourney
  • Pence, Carter. Elections Committee Disgusted with Judicial Council’s Action
  • Miller, Roger. Ed Jordan’s Theme is Progressivism
  • Kappa Delta’s, Lambda Chi Alpha Take Sing Honors
  • Potter, Jerry. Jim Pickens’ Toppers Taste the Bitter and the Sweet
  • Witt, Travis. Tops’ Tennis Team Routs Valparaiso in Final Tuneup for Conference Meet
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Golfers Whip Panthers, Push Record to 14-0-1
  • Lawrence, Fred. Jerry Bean’s Top Trackmen Journey to Kentucky Relays
  • Ellison, April. Western Student Saves Drowning Two Year Old – Lynda Grogan, Dayvyd Sklba


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