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WKU Campus Newspaper Reporting Campus, Athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky News. Regular Features Include:

  • Cross, Al. Rights Symposium Scheduled Thursday
  • Coretta King to Give Men’s Freedoms Speech
  • Millay, Zenda. Barefoot in Athens Opens Tonight
  • What’s Happening
  • Spinks, Martha. Vanderbilt Takes Top Honors in Debate
  • Senior Named College Conservationist – James Jackson
  • Campus Bookstore Plans to Reduce Paperback Book Selection by Half
  • Library Plans Exhibition
  • New Law to Aid GI Bill Students
  • Term-paper Firms May Find that 1972 is No Vintage Year
  • Turkeys Leave Shooter Without Bite to Gobble
  • Weaver, Kim. Congratulations Republicans
  • Rhoades, Elizabeth. Says Need Unity
  • Munro, Ross. Not a World President
  • Lynch, Dan. Ex-FBI Man is No Eliot Ness – Mark Wallace
  • Spinks, Martha. Debating the Issues
  • Orphan Set Tomorrow as Second Mini-concert
  • Cross, Al. Superstar Elton John Showman and Songman
  • Davis, Nancy. Dance Workshop Offered at Western
  • Tri Beta Society Elects Honorary Members
  • Western Professor Publishes Article – John Scarborough
  • Student Defender Plan Organized by Committee
  • Pence, Carter. Reserves Sparkle as Toppers Clobber Butler University
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Fourteen Weeks Down and One to Go: Grudge Match Coming Up at Murray State University
  • Banquet Honoring Leading Grid Players Set Nov. 28
  • Smith, Verenda. Intra-Squad Swim Meet set Friday
  • Lawrence, Fred. Nick Rose is Second in NCAA Regional
  • Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Chi Clash on Thursday
  • Former Topper Ralph Seibel Dies
  • Rogers, Richard. Three Coeds Make Varsity Rifle Team One Happy Family – Sue Lausten, Terri Worthy, Stephanie Nunn
  • Space Suit, Rocket Replica on Display in Hardin Planetarium – Apollo 15


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