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

  • Hanes, Clark. Homecoming Activities to Move at Full Thrust
  • 6 Races to Be Settled in Today’s Balloting
  • Jackson, Jeanne. Dorm Survey Response Low
  • Curtain Rises Tomorrow for ‘1776’ Performance
  • Pacific Gas & Electric - Rock Group to Electrify Campus
  • Cinema Guild Sets Twin Bill
  • Sigma Chi Derby Begins Oct. 15
  • Sutherland, David. Student ‘Dropouts’ Get New High – Skydiving
  • ‘Off the Record’ at an Open Forum?
  • Long-Range Planning Causes Parking Snafu
  • Supply of Recreational Facilities Tops Demand
  • Freville, Michael. Denounces Apathy
  • Hoppe, Arthur. Israelis Are Happy People
  • Witt, Travis. ‘Ides of March’ Attracts Meager Concert Crowd
  • Smith, Don. More Traffic Problems May Arise with Opening of Parking Structure
  • Center Coordinating Intercultural Studies
  • Art, Old Photos on Exhibit
  • Indian Music Authority to Lecture Here Tonight
  • Lucas, John. History Teacher to Study Soviet Education Systems – John Bratcher
  • Hearion, Ernie. Dero Downing, Charles Keown Field Questions
  • Theater Season Tickets on Sale
  • Computer Being Installed
  • Two Grants Available for Radio-TV Studies
  • Leiper English Club Meeting Set Tonight
  • French Club Announces Meeting Next Monday
  • Potter, Jerry. Harriers Lose Two in One Run
  • Patterson, Tom. Gridders One Hero Short, Tie Buccaneers, 10-10
  • Patterson, Tom. Like a Wise Old Owl, Tops Tie Bucs
  • St. Peter’s First Opponent for Tops in Holiday Festival
  • Volleyball Action Heads Women’s Intramurals
  • Foree, John. Judo Club Holds Classes Twice Weekly
  • Classes at Western Prepare 36 Interns for Teacher Corps
  • Karate Club Picks Michael Taylor President


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