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

  • Eldridge, Pam. Icelander Leaves Home, Finds Greeks in Kentucky – Sam Gudmundsson
  • Halicks, Richard. Administrative Study Completed, But Costs Remain Undisclosed
  • Mami, Alfina. Proponents of Rape Shield Bill Seek Associated Student Government Support
  • Council Should Act to Limit Number of Honor Students
  • Ombudsman – University Can Forward Mail
  • Bratcher, Wendell. Change in Honors Opposed
  • Shanklin, Tip. America’s Bicentennial Lacks Open-Range Effects
  • Mears, Teresa. Two Will Plan Fire Safety – Charles Wright, Bruce Peringer
  • Weekend Telerama to Raise Funds for March of Dimes
  • Hohman, Pat. Expert Studies Tactics to Eliminate Blackbirds – Bud Budreau
  • Lost a Bikini? Check Garrett Lost and Found
  • Wildman, Judy & Teresa Mears. Musicians Vie for Title in Pageant Spoof
  • Bicentennial Oratorical, Debate Contest Planned
  • Dorms to Offer Special Floors
  • Med School Orientation Set
  • Man Faces Four Charges After Hit-Run Accident – Glen Riley
  • What’s Happening – Alpha Kappa Psi, Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Public Relations Student Society of America, Maranatha Christian Center, Miss Black Western
  • Cash, Terry. Professor Works to Find Food Shortage Solution – Reza Ahsan
  • Downing University Center Sports Tournaments Set in January
  • Registration Ends Monday
  • Huffman, Clyde. Perilous Trip Through Death Valley Awaits Topper
  • Huffman, Clyde. Rhetta Frodge Tries to Enter Men’s World.
  • Stinnett, Roger. Lady Tops Explode Past Austin Peay. 77-57
  • Tops Swimming in WKU Invitational
  • 10 Teams Win in Intramurals


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