Publication Date

3-30-1973

Abstract

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

  • Primary Set Tuesday to Trim Candidate List
  • Pence, Carter. Final Swat? Court Upholds Ruling on Fly Controversy
  • Upchurch, Cindy. Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma Rho Top Greek Competition
  • Ayers, Elaine. Presidential Candidates Outline Platforms – Henry Davis, Mike Fiorella, Pat Long, Steve Yater
  • What’s Happening – Student National Education Association, National Collegiate Association of Secretaries
  • Beg Your Pardon
  • Wedding, George. Greecy Kid Stuff – Tug of War
  • Fly Power Should Be Used Sparingly
  • Jordan, Ed. Endorses Mike Fiorella
  • Bare, Stephen. Raps Intramurals
  • Turner, Regina. Defends Sorority
  • Pence, Carter. Campus Park Plan Hits a Snag
  • Dillingham, Jed. Housing Applications Deadline Set April 5
  • Speech Tourney Begins Today
  • Brownlee, Tim. Self-Delusion, Despair to Be Examined
  • Music Festival Set This Weekend
  • Cross, Al. Western Students Exposed to Transcendental Meditation
  • Johnston, Scott & Elaine Ayers. Nobody Wins in Interpreters Theaters Lovers
  • Poetry Festival Set
  • Kroeger, Mark. Three Western Students Can Hold Internships
  • WKU Enrollment Figures Increase
  • Rogers, Richard. WKU vs. Michigan – Track & Field
  • Collins, Don. Tennis Team Whips Kentucky
  • Pickens Team Hits Te Road
  • Smith, Verenda. Western to Face First Ohio Valley Conference Foes - Baseball
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. NCAA, Amateur Athletic Union Squabble Puts the Squeeze on Athletes: It Happens
  • Basketball Recruit Signed – Bill Scillian
  • Rogers, Richard. Wilson Farmer Signs Top Recruits to Replace Departing Sue Lausten
  • Sorority Begins Annual Weekend – Delta Sigma Theta

Disciplines

African American Studies | Communication | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Public Relations and Advertising | Race and Ethnicity | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social History | Social Influence and Political Communication | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History | Women's History