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

  • Russell, Steven. Mass Action Committee Calls for Strike – Dorm Visitation
  • Russell, Steven. Students Gain Six Votes on Council
  • Miller, Roger. Congress Installs Next Year’s Associated Student Government Officers
  • Through Traffic Ceases on 16th Street
  • Radford, Judy. Junior to Participate in Army Internship – Ginger Johnson
  • Cellar Finals Set
  • Concert Highlights Festival – Folk Arts Festival
  • Midkiff, Leila. Advertising Executive Promotes Candidates – Robert Goodman
  • Law Makes Non-Resident Second-Class Student
  • Hatfield, Bob. Sorry Students Shortchanged
  • Long, Pat. Breaks Silence
  • Weaver, Kim. Thanks Campaigners
  • Raymer, Veneta. Asks No Protection
  • Cellar: It’s Only a Dimly Lit Teahouse but Outshines Other Associated Student Government Efforts
  • Jones, Linda. Reflects on Term
  • Avery, Napoleon. Asks Apology – Alpha Phi Alpha
  • Seeger, Ronald. Says William McMahon Misinformed
  • WKU Students for McGovern. Seeks George McGovern Support
  • Hughes, Brad. Disgusted at Elections
  • Drago, Jack. Says Cartoons Reek
  • Bagby, Rick. Tells of Encounter – Dero Downing
  • Fletcher, Barry. Finds Lines Frustrating
  • Hudgens, Carole. Tells More of Story
  • Miss Judy Radford to Work in Internship Program
  • Harvard Prof Set to Lecture at 8 Tonight – John Kenneth Galbraith
  • Gray, David. Interfraternity Council Selected New Leadership
  • Kentucky Librarian to Attend Seminar – Riley Handy
  • Miss Michele Joganic, Jim Barber Honored at Faculty Wives Club Banquet
  • Registration Ends Today
  • Virginia Garrett Avenue Traffic Pattern
  • Interpretation Festival’s Activities Begin Today
  • Moore, Chris. Associated Student Government Organization Bears Resemblance to Federal
  • Miss Mary Scarborough to Appear Monday on Dinah’s Place
  • Moore, Chris. Linda Jones Looks Back on Past Year
  • Moore, Chris. Black Vice-President Finds Race is No Problem – Reginald Glass
  • Potter, Jerry. Murray State University Hands Tops Third Straight Loss
  • Lawrence, Fred. Track Team Overpowers Tennessee Tech, 93-51
  • Ted Hornback’s Netters Now 12-2 with Win Over University of Kentucky
  • Cumberland County Hires Terry Davis
  • Jimmy Feix Announces List of Football Recruits
  • Miller, Roger. Tom Emberton Explains His Loss
  • Olympics for Retarded Opens Tomorrow – Special Olympics
  • Canoe Race Slated – Veterans on Campus
  • Greg Goatley is First in Speech Contest


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