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

  • Involvement Key to Associated Students Success – John Lyne
  • Dero Downing to Receive Honorary Doctorate
  • Deadline Sunday for Cheerleaders
  • Hightower, Paul. Associated Students Okays United Black Students
  • Tuition Hike Announced
  • Summer Enrollment Cards Available
  • Installation Set Today for Two Board Members – Regents
  • Choral Concert Billed Thursday
  • Agriculture Department to Host Field Days This Weekend
  • Three Cadets Win ROTC Scholarships – Pete Gritton, Ken LaPlant, Steve Simpson
  • Skin of Our Teeth in Rehearsal
  • Music Festival Set for Weekend
  • Community Concert Plans Drive for Membership
  • Miss SoKy Fair Entries Due Soon
  • Housing Confirms Dorm Assignments
  • Associated Students Change Faces Unsolved Problems
  • Todd, Steve. Commends Russell Vertner
  • Miller, Joyce. Wants Greek Weekend
  • Bennett, Ellen. Lecture Series Faces Dilemma: Quantity or Quality
  • Lyne, John. Dorm Vacancies Are Unnecessary
  • Smith, Don. Trying to Pass Chocked Comrades
  • Swiss Chess Meet Slated May 9, 10
  • Warren, Jim. Kentucky Derby Emerged From Struggling Past
  • Hanes, Clark. Toppers Win Twin Bill, Take Over Division Lead
  • Golfers Tip University of Evansville, Go to Kentucky Wesleyan Today
  • Track Team Hosts Southeast Missouri
  • Simpson, Richard. Top Netters to Risk Perfect Ohio Valley Conference Slate
  • Rifle Team Downs University of Tennessee, Ends Season with 10-2 Mark
  • Gemini 15 to Appear Thursday on KET
  • George Niva Elected President of Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association
  • WKU Offers Classes in 17 Area Cities
  • Greenville Tops Science Fair Entries
  • Area High School Seniors Eligible for Scholarship
  • Department Head Elected to Board of Art Association – Verne Shelton
  • Cinema ’70 to Show Melodrama Comedy
  • Home Economics Instructor Wins Fellowship – Joyce Rasdall
  • University High School Student Cited ‘Art Day’ Entry – Elizabeth Feibes
  • Phi Mu to Host Faculty Banquet


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