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

  • Eblen, Tom. Some Convinced too Many Receive Honor Distinction
  • Wolfe, Bill & Mary Tougher. Reactions Vary to Installation of Refrigerators
  • Kerrick, Sara. Woman in ROTC Lives, Breathes the Army – Sue Roma
  • Ashcraft, Betsy. Was Peter Zebich the Strongest Man in the World?
  • Few Return Visitation Surveys
  • Eldridge, Pam. White Student is Out of Black Pageant
  • Stress Seminar Begins Today
  • Student, Professors to Attend Workshop
  • Night Classes Move from Cherry Hall
  • Refrigerator Idea Doesn’t Get Warm Welcome
  • Miller, Tracy. Criticizes Police Inaction
  • Wallace, Marc. Responds to Criticism
  • Vogt, Christy. Denies Associated Student Government Involvement – Miss Black Western
  • Kiessling, Bill. Commends Project’s Goals – Black History Month
  • Black Heritage: Pageant Will Begin History Week Activities
  • Registrar to Notify Students Not on Rolls
  • What’s Happening – Club News
  • Mears, Teresa. Barber of Seville Parts with Tradition
  • Gallery Show Opens Tuesday
  • Display to Open in Minigallery
  • Wright, Lynn. Costumers for Play Spin Their Own Yarn
  • Bruce, Don. Off-Campus Youths Damage Student Center
  • Greenhouses Open
  • Stinnett, Roger. Pesky Tops to Buzz Morehead, Eastern
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Inexperienced Tracksters to Run in Mason-Dixon
  • Grove, Jim. Women to Face Surprising University of Kentucky, Play Last Home Game Monday
  • White, Don. Tankers to Face Two Foes
  • Moore, Gary. Gymnasts to Compete in Quad
  • Shooters to Compete in National Rifle Association Tournament
  • Schaftlein, Mark. Malibu Beach, Leisure Hut Look Devastating in Intramural Play
  • Regent Explains Senate’s Role – David Cole


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