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

  • Ayers, Elaine. Top Associated Student Government Offices on Line in Election Today
  • Elam, Jerry. Campus FM Station Unlikely to Appear in Near Future
  • College Heights Herald Wins All-American Rating Again
  • Beg Your Pardon
  • Caudill, Tom. James Baker Conducts Class Studying Non-Violence
  • Improved Check System Will Benefit Students, Whatever the Location
  • LaCivita. Thomas. Says College Heights Herald Lacks Interest
  • Cheak, Joe. Praises Ed Jordan
  • Paper, Nancy. Supports Mike Fiorella
  • Dates for Yearbook Photos Set
  • Job Replacement Nears Finish
  • Lawrence, Fred. Suicide: Western Professor Studies Causes, Prevention of One of the Nation’s Foremost Killers - Stephen Schnacke
  • Wedding, George & Ron Page. Rank & File – Invitational Drill Meet
  • Johnston, Scott. Hit Man?
  • Brownlee, Tim. William Leonard Discusses Theater Philosophy
  • Frampton Trio Replaces John Chappell
  • Brawny Beauties Will Compete Thursday Night
  • Kroeger, Mark Bowling Green Ecology Court Cleans Up on Unwary Debris Dumpers
  • Awareness Week for WKU Women is Continuing
  • Kroeger, Mark. Dr. Glen Lange Bids for Re-Election
  • Biologists Set to Meet Here
  • Rogers, Richard. Tracking Team Mops Up Murray, Memphis
  • Netters Drop Middle Tennessee State University, 7-2
  • Smith, Verenda. Toppers, Bellarmine Split
  • Rick Yeloushan Wins Swimming Award
  • Toppers Land Second Recruit – Dennis Benningfield
  • Golfers to Host Vanderbilt University Thursday
  • Smith, Verenda. Hard-Working Jack Glasser Finds Time for Ball
  • Alumni Coffee Hour Set
  • Merrill, Bonnie. Abundance of Showers Flooding May Flowers
  • What’s Happening – Rebelettes, Kentucky Archaeological Association, Chi Omega


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