Publication Date

10-27-1972

Abstract

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

  • Russell, Steven. Academic Council Committee to Study Bankruptcy Plan
  • Russell, Steven. Who’s Who to be Decided Tuesday
  • Associated Student Government Votes to Amend By-Laws
  • David, Nancy. Clara Blair Named Sigma Chi Derby Darling
  • Spinks, Martha. WKU’s Debate Teams Participate in Tourneys
  • Teacher Named to Parks Board – Alton Little, Kentucky Recreation & Parks Society
  • Elmore, Valerie. Checkmate: Chess Team to Battle University of Louisville
  • Cross, Al. Julian Carroll Predicts Dee Huddleston Win
  • What’s Happening
  • Biology Club Sets Transplant Film
  • Johnston, Scott & Elaine Ayers. Trick or Treat at the White House: You Mean It Isn’t a Mask?
  • Lynch, Dan. Unkind Cutting Leads to Scissors Cinema
  • Spinks, Martha. Folklore Class Visits Cumberland Dam Site
  • Smith, Verenda. Bach Becomes Classical Jazz – Loussier Trio
  • Richart, Harry. Students Put Skill to Use – Public Relations
  • Cross, Al. Democrat Supporters Hold Teach-In
  • Lucas, John & Zenda Millay. Miss Rebecca Caudill Relates to Her Young Readers with Heart Knowledge
  • Spinks, Martha. Professor Translates Bible – Randolph Yeager
  • Montell, Monisa. United Campus Ministry Communicates God’s Love
  • Strong Offense, Improving Defense Await Toppers
  • Lawrence, Fred. Three-Way Tie for First Leads Runners Over Tennessee Tech
  • Keen Hall, Poland Hall Battle to a Tie
  • Schooley, Skip. Seer Learns a Lot at Ball Games, Still Hasn’t Reached Expectations
  • Agriculture Club Plans Party for Tuesday
  • Lawrence, Fred. WKU Student Wins Public Speaking Contest – Dennis Smith

Disciplines

African American Studies | Communication | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Public Relations and Advertising | Race and Ethnicity | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social History | Social Influence and Political Communication | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History | Women's History