Publication Date

9-24-1976

Abstract

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

  • Minton, Don. Students Petition Associated Student Government for Return of Concert Payment
  • Halicks, Richard. Curry House Residents Want to Stay
  • 450 Vote in Freshman, Academic Council Races
  • Sale of Parking Permits Up
  • Ribar, Richard. Weekend Entertainment
  • Budde, Neil. Debate Draws Attention but it Rapidly Wears Off
  • Bruce, Don. Automotive Issue Ignores Repairs for Faulty Drivers
  • Johnson, Norman. Obnoxious Preaching Criticized
  • Ombudsman – Tennis Courts Closed During Football Games
  • Kuhl, Greg. Fraternity May Lose Charter – Alpha Tau Omega
  • Kuhl, Greg. Professor to Focus on Jimmy Carter – Gerald Ford Debates – Carl Kell
  • Minton, Don. Associated Student Government Votes to Suggest November 1 Holiday
  • Cash, Terry. Cooling Requires Care
  • Wolfe, Bill & Pam Eldridge. Gas Prices Vary
  • Wildman, Judy. Antifreeze Saves Engines from Cold Weather Damage
  • Ribar, Richard. Under the Hood: Belts Need to be Checked
  • Sanders, Linda. Sensible Driving Can Save Gas
  • Crumpler, David & Teresa Mears. Pollution Reduced by Annual Tuneup
  • Ribar, Richard. Brake Safety a Must
  • Season Tickets to Arts Festival Near Sellout
  • Academic Council Postpones Action
  • Huffman, Clyde. Tops to Host Austin Peay in League Opener
  • Stinnett, Roger. Runners to Host Thin Southeast Missouri State University
  • Lady Runners to Open
  • White, Don. Jim Biles Gets High as Manager
  • Biff Madon Named League’s Best
  • University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, Murray State University Could be Toughest Foes of Netters
  • Lady Linksters Need First Win
  • Barnes-Campbell Tourney Won by 4th Floor
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Intramurals Offer Something for Everyone

Disciplines

Communication | Higher Education Administration | History | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Public Relations and Advertising | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social History | Sociology | Sports Studies