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

  • Emberton, Gail. Advisement Head Suggests Need for Revised Program – Jerry Wilder
  • Steven Russell Heads New Herald Staff
  • Cross, Al. Ron Beck Calls Concert Mistake
  • Associated Student Government Filing Continues
  • Summer Work Study Deadline Set
  • Ayers, Elaine. Legal Rights Committee Schedules Symposium
  • Food Facilities Close for Break
  • Elam, Jerry. Assault Rate Rises as Number of Female Hitchhikers Increases
  • What’s Happening – Mountain Laurel, Student National Education Association, English Club, Lambda Chi Alpha
  • Concert Band Opens Season
  • Lucas, John. Editor Finds Year Valuable Experience
  • Beavers, Daniel. Dislikes Editorial re: Draft Dodgers
  • Nation, Tate. Questions Picture
  • Hurley, Jean, et al. Applauds Charles Keown
  • Cross, Al. Ted Nugent’s Spicy Guitar Highlights Amboy Dukes Show
  • Miss Western Draws Record Entries
  • Kentucky Wesleyan University to Present Jean Brodie Tonight
  • Ingmar Bergman Film to Be Shown
  • Viola Program Set for Tonight – Jean Dane
  • Toppers Flounder in Season Finale
  • Bare, Stephen. Gymnasts to Compete in State Meet
  • Bare, Stephen. Adele Gleaves: Rare, Fascinating, Talented
  • Nine Members of Track Team Head to NCAA
  • Girls Shaping Up
  • Basketball Fete Slated March 22
  • Baptist Student Union Choir Leaves Thursday on 10-Day Tour
  • Herald Staff Members Receive Internships
  • Sino-Soviet Expert to Speak – Franz Michael


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