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WKU Campus Newspaper Reporting Campus, Athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky News. This issue contains articles:

  • Wilkerson, Larry. Dero Downing Opposes Voting Privileges – Student Regent
  • Wilmot Hess to Speak Here Tuesday
  • Neumayer, Rick. Judge Orders Probe of Activities at Controversial ‘Nickel Bag’
  • Tucker, Bruce. Black Student’s Housing Search is Odyssey of Deceit – Wayne Harris
  • 5th Dimension Booked for Concert
  • Harris, Mike. Home Proposed for Unwed Mothers
  • The Dero Downing Paradox: Words Versus Deeds
  • Mass Media Threatened by Federal Subpoenas
  • Gildersleeve, Kent. Charges Herald
  • Lyne, John. Higher Head Fee Needed
  • Neumayer, Rick. How Cold is It?
  • Tucker, Bruce. Shadow Without Substance – Dress code
  • Spring Without Substance
  • Spring Semester Film Series Scheduled by Cinema Guild
  • Driving Lessons to Be Offered
  • Todd, Tom. Summer Internships Offer Involvement
  • NBC Cameras Find Home at Western
  • Greeks Announce Plans for Rush Activities
  • Gifts Increasing for E.A. Diddle Fund
  • KET to Present Vietnam Discussion
  • Weaving Exhibit Closes Tomorrow – Lysbeth Wallace
  • Spanish Film Set for Tuesday at 4
  • Vets Exchange to End Today
  • Dance Scheduled After MTSU Game
  • Tops Face Middle Tennessee State University, Eastern Kentucky University at Home
  • Hillmen Win Four (Ho-Hum); Remain Unbeaten in Ohio Valley Conference Tankers Win First Ever, Now Face Tennessee State
  • Patterson, Tom. WKU Vans-OVC at Midpoint; Loop Fans Sometimes Overzealous
  • Potter, Jerry. Thinlies Open Indoor Season
  • Faculty Wives Organize Fund to Aid Russell Miller Family
  • Simpson, Richard. Frosh Meet Middle Tennessee State University in ‘Return Bout’
  • WKU to Form Wrestling Team


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