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

  • Budde, Neil. Regents Committees to Meet . . .
  • Budde, Neil. . . . Gerald Edds Becomes Board Chairman
  • McCubbin, Mary. Prof Profits with Coupon Cache – Frank Neuber
  • Founders Day to Honor NBC Head – Julian Goodman
  • More Financial Aid Expected in ‘76
  • Adams, Anne. Research Team Studies Virus – Herpes simplex
  • Abolition of Women’s Hours: a Needed, Overdue Change
  • Ombudsman – Central Hall Hours
  • Gossman, Karen. Petitions Smokers
  • Baker, Kenny & Jim Skees. Criticize Officer’s Act
  • Whitman, Connie. Opposes Fall Break
  • Bruce, Don. One Man’s Green is Another’s Puce
  • Mami, Alfina. Schneider Hall Plans Are Underway
  • 6 Tickets to Warrant Tow-Away
  • Bond, Beverly. Jazz Ensemble Performances Set Monday
  • Bond, Beverly. Shakespeare Company to Perform This Weekend
  • Cash, Terry. Shoplifting Causes Bookstore to Increase Prices
  • Distributive Education Club of America Workshop Will Be Conducted by WKU Students
  • Graduate Assistant Wins Third Place – Larry Irons
  • Wildman, Judy. Retired Prof Enjoys Other Side of Desk – Edward DiBella
  • Speech Pathology Clinic to Move
  • Sigma Alpha Epsilon to Hold Run to Victory
  • Skees, Janet. Filing Programs Early Reduces Problems
  • What’s Happening – Phi Beta Lambda, Gamma Theta Upsilon, Circle K, Pi Sigma Alpha, Art Guild, Students International Mediation Society, Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Delta, Ogden Oratorical Contest
  • Representatives Attend Regional Meeting Here
  • Collins, Don. Don Wade Makes No Excuses for Tech Loss
  • Huffman, Clyde. Rick Caswell’s Runback Spurs Tops
  • Henderson, Ray. Defense Has Performed Flawlessly
  • Stinnett, Roger. Runners Outdistance Murray
  • Central Challenged; Riflers Fall; Netters Wait


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