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

  • Minton, Don. Female Farrier Makes (Horse) Shoe Fit – Ann Humphries
  • Halicks, Richard. Enrollments in Remedial Courses are Increasing
  • Former Reagan Aide to Lecture Tonight – John Sears
  • Faculty Senate Names Committee Members
  • Kerrick, Sara. Halloween Events Planned
  • Homecoming Queen Vote Set
  • Students Should Discover Better Reasons to Protest
  • Kerr, Karen. Nov. 1 Classes are Unfair
  • Beam, David. No Drug, Rock Connection
  • Fath, Tim. Criticizes Album Review
  • Armstrong, Don. Congratulates Talisman
  • Janes, Ricky. Complains of Car Damage
  • Halicks, Richard. Most Boycott Class-Boycott Rally
  • Mears, Teresa. Dames at Sea
  • Mears, Teresa. Spotlight Shines on Music, Dance When Production Takes Stage
  • Ribar, Richard & Teresa Mears. Mass to Premiere – Bennie Beach
  • Sanders, Linda. Future Holds Many Promises for Short Girl with Tall Ideas – Barbie Goodwin
  • What’s Happening – Club News
  • National Pershing Rifles Meeting Attracts 10 Westerners
  • TV Actor Visits Western Kentucky University – Anson WIlliams
  • Parking Charge Raises $6,921
  • Latin American Studies to Meet Tonight
  • Kuhl, Greg. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Plans to Buy Former Alpha Tau Omega House
  • Decision on Alpha Tau Omega Expected Friday
  • Swine Flu Vaccinations to be Given Here Nov. 10
  • Business Teachers to Meet
  • Nov. 5 Last Day to Renew Refrigerator Rental
  • History Professor Speaks at Forum – Charles Bussey
  • 2 Win Awards for Chemistry – Ellen Burnett & Simson Pickard
  • Cash, Terry. Student Partisans Get Out the Vote
  • Kuhl, Greg. Students Will Report County Voting Results
  • Two Burglaries are Reported
  • Wolfe, Bill. Vending Machines Seldom Vandalized
  • White, Don. Western Waved Red and the Colonels Were Dead
  • Little Things Made the Big Difference for Western Kentucky University
  • Stinnett, Roger. Distancemen Win
  • Payton, Quenta. Women Capture Fourth – Track & Field
  • Sanders, Linda. Observers Fall into Rap Trap


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