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College Heights Herald, Vol. 52 No. 14

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

  • Wolfe, Bill & Richard Halicks. Insured Loan Club is Difficult to Join
  • Sanders, Linda. Tutors Lend Hand to Failing Students
  • Chicago to Perform
  • Mears, Teresa. Expansion Planned for Kentucky Building
  • Higher Utility Costs Cause Housing Deficit
  • Bookstore Should Provide Longer Check-Cashing Hours
  • Who’s Who Changes Laudable
  • Noffsinger, Rick. Readers Wants Progressive Concert
  • Bruce, Don. Love in the Streets: City Byways a Feast of Names
  • Halicks, Richard. Jail Rumors are Sentenced to Death
  • Budde, Neil. Federal Funds Developing the Community
  • Sanders, Linda. Librarian, Student Collaborate on Children’s Book – Marci Carpenter, Evelyn Thurman
  • Eldridge, Pam. Addition of New Doctor Reduces Clinic Overload – Howard Zeigel
  • College Heights Herald Given Top Rating for Spring Semester
  • Autograph Reception to Honor Authors
  • Death in Literature to be Topic of Talk – Edward Ericson
  • Ribar, Richard & Teresa Mears. Film to Explore Life of Japanese Middle Class
  • Two Teachers Given Awards – Nancy Baird, Carl Kell
  • Exhibitions on Mechanics at Kentucky Museum
  • A Derby Day – Sigma Chi Photo Spread
  • Kuhl, Greg. Western Expert Lends Critical Ear to Candidates – Carl Kell
  • Eblen, Tom. Photography Program Buzzing with Interest
  • Western Gets History Grant
  • Sigma Alpha Epsilon Plans Run for Victory
  • What’s Happening – Bridge Club, Pi Sigma Alpha, Faculty Wives Club, Library Science Students, Public Relations Student Society of America, Kappa Delta, Beta Beta Beta, Gamma Beta Phi, Geography & Geology Club, Agriculture Club, Zeta Phi Beta, Student National Education Association, Southern Kentucky Stamp Club
  • Stinnett, Roger. Distancemen Leave Guests Behind at Invitational
  • Huffman, Clyde. State’s Recruiting Fight is a Mismatch
  • Eddie Preston Out for Season
  • White, Don. Hillbilly Biff Madon Plays to Win
  • Women Runners Place Fourth in Invitational
  • Rifle Team Boosts Season Mark to 3-1
  • Chalk Talk Set Tonight – Jimmy Feix


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