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

  • Cash, Terry & Alfina Mami. Modest Homecoming of 1927 has Grown into a Major Event
  • Shirley, Janet. Georgia Bates: An Institution in the Institution She Loves
  • Reynolds, Jim. The Hub of the Hill was Once Students Home – Goal Post
  • Skees, Janet. Faculty House has Weathered Time & Change – Cedar House
  • Adams, Anne. Margie Helm is Content Working Outside of Library
  • Greek Enthusiasm Stirs Homecoming
  • Ashcraft, Betsy. Home Cookin’ – Mary Bybee, Mary’s By-pass Grill & Restaurant
  • Homecoming Reflects Heritage
  • New No-hours Plan in Effect for Women
  • Reynolds, Jim. University Purchases L&M Book Company
  • Comedian Pat Paulsen to Speak Tonight
  • Linda Ronstadt Heads Concert Bill
  • Mami, Alfina. Students City Phone Directory Errors
  • Hallicks, Richard. Drop-Add Policy Studied
  • Returning Alumni Will Find Something Special Remains
  • Plan to Lengthen Break Between Classes Should be Adopted
  • Jasinski, Anthony. Opposes Selling of Glue
  • Gierl, Dave. Cites Slow Service
  • Halicks, Richard. Louisiana Man Rates Three Encores – Doug Kershaw
  • Harris, Roger. Associated Student Government Improving Services of Campus Laundry
  • Wethington, Jay. Comics Worth Weight in Gold
  • Mami, Alfina. Electrifying – Chuck Wagner, Moog Synthesizer
  • Cash, Terry. One Financial Aid Form May be in Use by 1977
  • Student Fined for Disorderly Conduct – Andre Greer
  • Cash, Terry. Western Plans to Enlarge Kentucky Building
  • Mami, Alfina. The Evolution of Student Government: Associated Student Government in Its Tenth Year
  • Wethington, Jay. Parliamentarian Stresses Academic Importance – Paul Nation
  • Mami, Alfina. Member Learns How System Works – Susan Hurley
  • Harris, Roger. Associated Student Government Progresses in Spite of Apathy
  • Student Academic Council Members Seek Opinions
  • Speech Majors Win 2 Contests – Sandy Gregory, Teresa Jenkins
  • Students to Attend Debate Tournament
  • Number of Citations Up; Parking Spaces Added
  • Military Ball Set Next Week
  • Enrollment is 13,040
  • November Nonsense Set Next Friday
  • McCubbin, Mary. Family-style Restaurant Attracts Students, Faculty – Lone Oak Restaurant
  • Bond, Beverly & Judy Wildman. Children’s Classic Will be Weekend Theatre Fare
  • Wethington, Jay. Pink Floyd Falls Short of Promises
  • Readers Group Will Interpret Poetry, Prose, Thurber Story
  • Bond, Beverly. Neil Simon Comedy Has Pathos, Humor
  • Shirley, Janet. Regents, Administrators Lend Names to Buildings
  • Stations to Carry Julian Goodman Dialogue
  • Shirley, Janet. Faculty Members Write a Wide Variety of Books
  • What’s Happening – International Club, Black Studies Club, Scuba Club, Recreation Club, Panhellenic Council, Backpackers Club
  • Wildman, Judy. Ancient Values Examined in Humanities Semester
  • Collins, Don. Morehead Invades for Homecoming
  • Halicks, Richard. Jimmy Feix is on Top of the World Now
  • Huffman, Clyde. Runners are Favored to Retain Ohio Valley Conference Crown
  • Ashcraft, Betsy. Mrs. Mildred Eckerle Carries on Her Love Affair with Those Hilltoppers
  • Huffman, Clyde. Rainy Days and (Run)days – Nick Rose
  • 1935 Toppers to be Honored as Special Guests at Homeoming
  • Halicks, Richard. Home is Where the Tops Are: A 40-Year Loyalty Continues – Estill Branham aka Eck
  • Stinnett, Roger. Si Prewitt Played Rough Football
  • Henderson, Ray. Super Fan Don Armstrong Portrays Hilltopper Pride
  • Stinnett, Roger. Powerful Netters Set for Kentucky Women’s Intercollegiate Conference Tilt – Tennis


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