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

  • Cross, Al. Up the Head Fee. . . Mike Fiorella Proposes $3.50 Increase to Improve Quality Entertainment
  • Russell, Steven. Regents Okay Revised Master Plan
  • Kroeger, Mark. Gripe System is Nearly Ready
  • Pence, Carter. Resolution Asks Opening of All Policy Meetings
  • Students Rate Advisement
  • Buckminster Fuller Lecture Slated Tonight
  • Graduate & Professional Student Association Members Push Fellowship
  • Brownlee, Tim. Verdi’s ‘Rigoletto’ Opens Tonight
  • Incompetence, Freedom Protected by Tenure
  • Master Plan Turns Trees Into Buildings
  • Radford, Jo. Sees Need for Light
  • Baskett, Jim. Doesn’t Understand Hassle
  • Caudill, Tom. Mexico Tour Slated for May Term
  • Maupin, Joe. Grill Delivery Meets Success and Failure
  • What’s Happening – Student Social Workers, Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Tau Delta, International Club, National Organization of Women, Zeta Phi Beta, Alpha kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta,
  • Johnston, Scott. Crowd Got Its Money’s Worth – Blue Oyster Cult
  • Gemini 15 Concert Set for Sunday
  • Lawrence, Fred. Asian Studies Committee Draws Proposal
  • Students Make Debuts on ‘Western at Noon’
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Red-Hot Toppers Sweep Pair from Ohio Valley Conference Leaders
  • Smith, Verenda. Toppers Splash to Second-Place Finish in Kentucky Intercollegiate Swimming Championships
  • Art Tolas, Sam Clark to Join Western Coaching Staff
  • Lawrence, Fred. Topper Tracksters Make Good Showing in Relays
  • Intramural Basketball Game Set for Tonight in Diddle
  • Two Coeds Die in Auto Crash – Norene Fisher, Amy Whitledge


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