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

  • Halicks, Richard & Tom Caudill. Snowfall Snowballs into Campus Event
  • Budde, Neil. Regents Request Scholarship Increase
  • Bond, Beverly. Professor Reminisces About European Childhood – Mania RItter
  • Scholarships Should Depend on Merit, not Classification
  • Gerald Ford Should Sign Blackbird Bill
  • Ombudsman – Smoking, Late Professor Policy
  • Levy, Marc. Criticizes Academic Council
  • Free Associated Student Government Concert Attracts 7,500 – Spinners, Wet Wilile
  • Six Arrested at Concert
  • Downing University Center Cashes 300 Checks
  • Hohman, Pat. Honor Societies Active Despite Varied Interests
  • Cash, Terry. Committee Approves Downing University Center Movies
  • Wildman, Judy & Teresa Mears. Concert Band Will Perform in Concert Tonight
  • Shaklin, Tip. New Joan Baez Album Brings ‘60s Back of Life
  • Lyons, Cindy. Variety of Classes Offered Off-Campus
  • Hohman, Pat. CB Radio Owners Are One Big Family
  • Hohman, Pat. Club Seeks to End CB Interference – Citizen Band Radio club
  • Some Cafeteria Prices Up
  • French Reveals is Lecture Topic
  • What’s Happening – Public Relations Student Society of America, Young Democrats, Distributive Educational Clubs of America, Alpha Kappa Alpha, German Club, ROTC, Ski Club, Bridge Club
  • Huffman, Clyde. Tops Drop into Second with Loss to Austin Peay
  • Huffman, Clyde. Committee is Class to Picking Successor to Paul Dietzel as Ohio Valley Conference Boss
  • Stinnett, Roger. Tracksters Take Second
  • Riflers Finish Second at University of Kentucky
  • Gymnasts Open Against University of Kentucky
  • Tuell, John. Swimmers to Meet Three Foes
  • Lady Tops Down Bellarmine, 74-61


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