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

  • Huffman, Clyde. Western Leads Western – Camellia Bowl
  • Hohman, Pat. Gag Students Survival Kits Contain a Few Surprises
  • Administrative Evaluation May Be Too Wide-Ranging
  • Ayres, Tom & David Axler. Defends Homosexuality
  • Balls, Curtis. Explains Gay Forum
  • Munson, Ed. Wants to Hang Lights
  • Henry, Steve. Clarifies Concert Issue
  • Englishman, Student Will Interpret Literature
  • District Debates Open to Students
  • Associated Student Government to Sponsor Jazz Vocalist
  • Western Teams Win 9 Debates in Meet
  • Cash, Terry. Fewer Christmas Jobs Are Available This Year
  • Karate: to Buffs It’s Not Just a Gimmick
  • Spring Admission Figures Up
  • What’s Happening – Alpha Delta Sigma, Student National Education Association, Young Democrats, Student Honors Organization, Lacrosse Club, Young Republicans
  • Safety Officers Arrest Three
  • Regents Change Meeting Date
  • Interhall Council Elects President – John Butchko
  • Collins, Don. Tops Notch 84-76 Win
  • Collins, Don. Either Somebody’s Lying or Defense Overrated
  • Henderson, Ray. Toppers Enjoy Southern Hospitality
  • Jayvees Boost Season Mark to 4-1
  • Tuell, John. Despite Victory, Swimmers Lose Meet
  • Pam Kordenbrock Leads Western’s Romp Over Morehead State University


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