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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Leake, Betsy. Jeff Consolo Says University Center Board is Unlikely to Get Concert Duties
  • Steen, Janet. New Computer to Handle Housing Applications
  • Enrollment of 12,331 Sets Record
  • It’s Time to Save Daylight Again
  • Adams, Anne. Ninth Graders to Explore Careers in Program Here
  • University Should Proceed to Establish Campus Grocery
  • Ombudsman: Photo Lab, Tennis Are Topics
  • Johnson, Jeffrey. Questions Use of Cellar
  • Clark, Frederick. Praises Hilltoppers
  • Legislative Internships Are Offered
  • $1000 Offered to Stop Bomb Threats
  • Bond, Beverly. London Theater Tour Planned for May Term
  • Bond, Beverly. Winnie the Pooh to Be Staged Next Weekend
  • Drill Teams Sweep Competition – Pershing Rifles
  • The Lone Ranger Rides Again Tonight in Midnight Show
  • Bond, Beverly. Pluses Outweighh the Minuses of La Boheme
  • Bond, Beverly. Kitty Hall Jazz Band Will Perform
  • WKU Hosts Tourney – High School Invitational
  • What’s Happening – Philosophy Club, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Kappa Delta, Bridge Club, Student Wives Club, Zeta Phi Beta, Phi Delta Theta
  • Students Play Business Game
  • Collins, Don. Toppers Eye Ohio Valley Conference Lead
  • Henderson, Ray. Grid Signs 13 to National Letter
  • Harris, Roger. Trackmen Try to Qualify for NCAA at Illinois
  • Rogers, Ricky. Tapered Swimmers to Duel Southeast Missouri State University, Vanderbilt
  • Payton, Richard. Three Teams Advance in Intramural Finals
  • Racquetball Becomes Popular Women’s Sport
  • Lady Cagers Face University of Kentucky, Morehead State University
  • Davenport, Beverly. Special Olympics for Retarded to Be Held at Western Kentucky University
  • New Form Must Be Filed to Receive Financial Aid


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