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

  • Elmore, Valerie. Freshman is New Miss Western – Kitty Hall
  • Upchurch, Cindy. Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Chi Lead Greek Competition
  • David Niven Cancels Friday Lecture
  • Elam, Jerry. Prisoner of War Returns with No Regrets – Dewey Smith
  • Nominations Deadline Set for Faculty Awards
  • Madison, Stephanie. Library Misses Material
  • Horton, Debye. Sigma Xi to Sponsor Research Conference
  • Walk Slated Saturday – March of Dimes
  • What’s Happening – Mass Action Committee, Sigma Delta, Kentucky Association of Nursing Students, Melvin Rowe
  • Investigate Petitions Before You Sign Them
  • Gatton, Rita. Disgusted by Sale
  • Ransdell, Gary. Defends Greek Slave Sale
  • More Time Needed Between Elections
  • Johnston, Scott. Kentucky Student Public Interest Research Group
  • Hervey, John. Pershing Rifles to Defend Title
  • Pence, Carter. Associated Student Government Wants Students as Campus Cops
  • Madison, Stephanie. Lisa Hurt to Compete in Mt. Laurel Festival
  • Western to Air Drug Seminar
  • Music Department Plans Two Recitals
  • Interpretation Festival Set This Weekend
  • Ayers, Elaine. Photography Accents Ryan’s Daughter
  • Elam, Jerry. POW’s May Feel Rip Van Winkle Effect
  • Elmore, Valerie. New Miss Western Enjoys Competition – Kitty Hall
  • Protestant Ethic Experiment to Be Conducted
  • Page, Ron. Tension . . . a Title . . . Tears – Miss Western
  • Lawrence, Fred. Topper Trackmen Win Memphis Invitational
  • Smith, Verenda. Toppers Drop Twin Bill to David Lipscomb College
  • Collins, Don. Netters Whip Murray, Fall to Cincinnati 5-3
  • Chuck Witt, Granville Bunton Sparkle as Kentucky Stars Fall
  • Transcendental Meditation Group Schedules Lecture Tomorrow Night
  • Twelve Athletes Chosen for Outstanding College Athletes of America
  • Lawrence, Fred. Sudanese Birth Enables Ahmes Malik to Attain Dream
  • Worley, Myron. Kentucky Library Has Mammoth Cave Collection
  • Changes Planned for Summer
  • Dillingham, Jed. Renovation Bids to Begin – Cherry Hall


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