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

  • Tougher, Mary. Class Finds History is Foreign Matter – International Students
  • Minton, Don. Associated Student Government Vetoes Support of Boycott
  • Halicks, Richard. Student Shoplifters Pose Problems for Stores
  • Kuhl, Greg. Derby for Charity Collect $665 – Sigma Chi
  • Three Named Directors of College Heights Foundation
  • Faculty Senate to Hold First Meeting
  • Fake Bomb is Found
  • Bruce, Don. Columnist Reviews Review – Chicago Concert
  • Budde, Neil. Campaigning on Nothing – Gerald Ford
  • Krenzin, Joan. Opposes Boycott
  • Riley, Robert. Approves of Boycott
  • Gossman, Karen. Agrees with Review
  • Sparks, Cathy. Dislikes Review
  • Clark, John. Clarifies Letter
  • Coleman, Brian. Poor Black Coverage
  • Cornall, Kathy. Offensive Evangelism
  • Ribar, Richard. Electricity Flowed in Waterbearer Production
  • Reagan Campaign Chief to Speak – John Sears
  • Music Department to Present Recital
  • Mears, Teresa. Unwicked Witch Ushers in Halloween
  • Kuhl, Greg. Students Show Little Interest in Seeing Records
  • What’s Happening – Sigma Phi Epsilon, Interior Designers, Public Relations Student Society of America, Sigma Delta Chi, Philosophy Club, College Republicans, International Club
  • Huffman, Clyde. Roy Kidd’s Blend of Babes Vets to Test Tops
  • Huffman, Clyde. Jimmy Feix, Roy Kidd, Topper Aides Recall Classics
  • Stinnett, Rogert. Tony Stayings to Return for Murray Meet Tomorrow
  • Sports in Brief
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Lambda Chi Wins, Remains Unbeaten
  • Ribar, Richard. Stevie Wonder’s LP has Critic Wondering


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