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

  • Walls, Gary. Three-Day Environment Probe Begins with Sessions Monday
  • Miller, Joyce. Festive Week Begins Sunday for Greeks
  • Veterans Village to Succumb to University Expansion
  • Applications Due Wednesday for Publications Positions
  • Greek Carnival Set Tomorrow
  • Western Holds Kentucky Education Association Breakfast
  • On Western Faculty 47 Years
  • Dr. Gordon Wilson Sr. Dies
  • Women’s Dorms to Study Problems of Students
  • Senior Art Exhibits on Display in Gallery
  • Cinema ’70 to Show ‘The Promoter’
  • Environmental Teach-In Deserves Wide Support
  • Ressler, Ed. Deplores Dorms
  • Watkins, Eddie. Wants Married Housing
  • Willingham, Steve. Decries News Coverage
  • Craddock, Basil. Disagrees with Letter – Military Recruiters
  • Lyne, John. Honors Program Neglected
  • Norris, Floyd. Teach-In Director Discusses Environmental Crisis – Denis Hayes
  • Science Teachers to Host Fair on Campus April 24
  • Teacher Corps Seeks Interns
  • Education Faculty Member Cited for Dissertation – David Alexander
  • Associated Students Dance Slated from 8-12 Tonight
  • Summer Session to Open June 15 After Revision
  • Lambda Chi Alpha Mascot Returned Home; Greek Organizations Elect Officers
  • April Hardin Planetarium Program Features Sun, Its Neighbors
  • Sociologist Tapped for State Office
  • Toppers Sweep Doubleheader
  • Tracksters Surprise Indiana University, Fall to Indiana State
  • Topper Golfers Dispose of Tennessee Tech
  • Toppers Land 4 Basketball Prospects – Jerry Dunn, Rex Bailey, Mike Larson, Larry Sears
  • Simpson, Richard. University of Kentucky Hands Toppers Fourth Tennis Loss
  • Rudolph, Bill. Soccer Club Finds Indigestion a Problem in University of Kentucky Match
  • Hours Extended for Swimming Pool
  • Smelly Feet May Be Due to Spray
  • City Eligible for Crime Funds
  • Intramural Horseshoe Tourney Reset
  • Music Teachers National Association Students Promote Serious Study of Music
  • Western Awarded $63,000 for Water Pollution Studies
  • Band Schedules Concert Monday
  • Graphics Show in Progress
  • Fraternities Set Service Projects
  • Steve Wilson Selected State Young Republicans Vice President


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