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

  • Minton, Don. 400 Books are Sold in Associated Student Government – Veterans on Campus Co-op
  • Filing Dates Announced for Freshmen Elections
  • Sanders, Linda. Bicycles: Looking for Best Wheel Deal
  • Talisman Delayed
  • Kuhl, Greg. New Microfiche System Replaces Tons of Paper
  • Rooms Found for Students on Waiting List
  • Two New Regents to be Sworn In – Tom Emberton, Carroll Knicely
  • Hearing Process Drawn Up for Sex Discrimination Claims
  • David Frye to Perform
  • Everyone Would Benefit from a Longer Election Break
  • Budde, Neil. Tongue-tied Columnist Raves On
  • Ombudsman – Work-Study Seeks to Maximize Workers
  • Collins, Brian. Student Complains of Library Holiday
  • Sanders, Linda. Clergy Cannot Obtain Students’ Affiliations
  • Ribar, Richard & Teresa Mears. Red Riding Hood Opens Tonight
  • Crumpler, David. Planetarium Show Asks Last Question
  • Free Enterprise Fair Set for Sept. 17, 18
  • 78 Join Faculty, Staff
  • Minton, Don. Associated Student Government to Seek Repeal of Mandatory Housing
  • Tougher, Mary. Speech Clinic: New Teachers Expand Program – Dave Rivers, Frank Kersting
  • Downing University Center Accents Travel
  • Police Training Graduates 3
  • What’s Happening – Gamma Beta Phi, Recreation Club, Kappa Sigma, Alpha Phi Alpha, Phi Upsilon Omicron, College Marketing Group, Table Tennis Club, Student Honors Organization, Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Delta Chi, Big Brothers, Stamp Club, Bridge Club
  • Guidance Counselors to Attend Meeting Here
  • Huffman, Clyde. Trojans Invade for Opener Tomorrow – Troy State University
  • Huffman, Clyde. Charlie Bradshaw Returns to Write Next Chapter of Story
  • Grove, Jim. Tops to Face Tough Indiana University & Purdue University
  • Grove, Jim. Shirley Laney Seeks a Miracle Prior to Links Match
  • Football to Start; Staff Rosters Due
  • Grove, Jim. Walk on Tuttie Hays Provides Leadership for Netters
  • Ohio Valley Conference Teams Fared Well Last Week
  • Distancemen Win 15-Miler


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