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

  • Hohman, Pat. Television: Is it Pain or Pleasure?
  • Mami, Alfina. Christy Vogt Wins Election
  • Mami, Alfina. Associated Student Government Acquits Gerard Faulk
  • Jimmy Carter Refuses to Speak Here
  • Government Prof Publishes Book – Edward Kearney
  • Bomb Threats Create Delays
  • Vogt, Christy. Winner Says Thanks
  • Daniel, Austin, et al. Library Problems
  • Guffey, Charles. Wants Dorm Changes
  • Combs, William. The Greek Bloc
  • Evans, John. Thanks Supporters
  • Roeber, Randy. Nagging Recruiters
  • Cash, Terry. Earth Week Festival to Include Films, Concert, Speeches
  • Air Force Officer to Speak Monday – Ken Fleenor
  • Symposium Will Deal with Hydrology
  • Mami, Alfina. Senior Polls Voters in Associated Student Government Election
  • Court Record
  • Halicks, Richard. Lost River: Shortest, Deepest River is Site of Mills & Myths
  • Wildman, Judy & Teresa Mears. Paradise Lost Depicts Struggle of Family During Depression
  • Wildman, Judy. Despair of Ceremonies in Dark Old Men is Tempered with Humor
  • Columbus Boychoir to Sing Sacred, Secular Music
  • College Heights Herald Receives Awards in Regional Competition
  • Debaters Travel to Illinois
  • Search Produces No Sign of Bomb
  • What’s Happening – Special Olympics, Fencing Club, Student National Education Association, Sigma Chi, Kappa Sigma
  • Rape Lecturer Here Mondxay – Frederic Storaska
  • Prof Appointed to History Board – Lowell Harrison
  • State Frisbee Throw Set Next Weekend
  • Ribar, Richard. Activities Add Zest to Dormitory Living
  • Lyons, Cindy. Fire Drill Times Will Be Staggered
  • Financial Aid Forms Available
  • ROTC Drill Meet set for Next Week
  • Huffman, Clyde. Tops Need Sweep to Remain in Race
  • Stinnett, Roger. Tennessee Teams to Test Netters This Weekend
  • Grove, Jim. Murray’s Depth Stops Lady Toppers
  • Hilltopper Relays to Draw Top High School Girl, Boy Athletes
  • Golfers to Compete in Tourney
  • Stinnett, Roger. Track Team to Run into Stiff Competition in Arkansas


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