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

  • Harris, Roger. Radio Station Expected to Start Operation in August
  • Wethington, Jay. Threat of Communist Victory Terrifies Tran My Le
  • McNally, Karen. War Orphan Adopts New Kentucky Home – Ut Hobbes
  • Lamkins, Mike. Veterans Think Further Aid to Vietnam is a Waste
  • Orphan, Father Want to Return to Saigon Someday
  • Grocery Delay is Justifiable
  • Ombudsman – Energy Cutbacks
  • McCubbin, John. Claims Misquote
  • Edwards, Terry. Asks Trunk Return
  • Vos, Arvin. On Rats and Shrews
  • Pease, Edward. Wants Faculty Senate
  • Regents to Consider Budget Plan
  • Leake, Betsy. Hank Miles Reports on Academic Council
  • Bluegrass Festival Scheduled
  • Budde, Neil. Estimated Cost of Going to College Goes Up for Fall
  • Environmental Ed Grant to Aid Science Teachers
  • Bond, Beverly. Cincinnati Ballet to Perform Here
  • What’s Happening – Zeta Phi Beta, Public Relations Student Society of America, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Interfraternity Council, Veterans on Campus, Jaycees, American Society of Interior Designers, Backpacking Club, Alpha Omicron Pi
  • Collins, Don. Paul Dietzel Named New Ohio Valley Conference Commissioner
  • Grant Cut Gets Okay – Ohio Valley Conference
  • Collins, Don. Only Time Will Tell if Paul Dietzel Can Clear the Ohio Valley Conference’s Muddy Waters
  • Collins, Don. Netters to Face Bullies
  • Cagers Land First Recruit – Lloyd Terry
  • Rogers, Ricky. Plenty of Topper Trackmen Going to Drake Relays
  • Sports Roundup – Baseball, Track & Field, Women’s Recreation Association
  • Strehl, Mary. Academic Council Sets New Policy for Faculty
  • Directory Entry is Optional


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