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

  • Elam, Jerry. Associated Student Government Congress Votes to Hold Referendum on Head Fee Raise
  • Emberton, Gail. Housing Committee Completes Survey
  • Hurley, Jean. Job Market ‘73: Lee Robertson Says Situation is Improving
  • Western Hosts Health Program – Community Health Career Day
  • Conference Set for Friday – Speech & Theatre
  • Dormitory Observation Needs Another Look
  • Bare, Stephen. Says Concern Genuine re: Intramurals
  • Hurley, Jean. Women’s Liberation Leaves Damsel in Distress Stranded
  • Issues ‘73 Ends Series – Lyman Lemnitzer
  • We Goofed
  • Madison, Stephanie. 1973-74 Cheerleaders Chosen
  • Latin American Studies to Sponsor Speakers
  • Student’s Body is Recovered in Barren River – Joseph Cahill
  • Brownlee, Tim. Once Upon a Mattress to Open Tonight
  • Cross, Al. Rock ‘n’ Roll Show at Brannen’s Tobacco Warehouse Highlights Season
  • Johnston, Scott. Led Zeppelin’s Latest May Be the Best
  • Madison, Stephanie. Tom Jones Novel Touching
  • Mr. Esquire is Chosen – Robert Thompson
  • What’s Happening – Kentucky Student Public Interest Research Group, Lutheran Students, Delta Sigma Pi, Alpha Delta Pi, Chi Omega, Veterans on Campus, Sigma Chi, Home Economics, Young Republicans
  • Special Olympics Mean More Than Games
  • Russellville Road
  • Emberton, Gail. May Term Registration Begins
  • Music Schedule is Heavy This Weekend
  • Bare, Stephen. Adele Gleaves Captures National Gymnastics Title
  • Smith, Verenda. Murray Takes Two from Baseballers
  • Collins, Don. Tennis Team Romps
  • Rogers, Richard. Track Machine Keeps Rolling Over Foes
  • Smith, Verenda. Former WKU Football Star Honored – Dale Lindsey
  • Western Signs Basketball Star – Ed Schumacher


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