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

  • Eblen, Tom. Fraternities Told to Close Open Bars, Stop Alcohol Sales
  • Halicks, Richard. State Council Increases Control
  • Minton, Don. Original Hilltopper Comes Home Again – Billy Vaughn
  • Wolfe, Bill. Academic Council Considers 3-Hours History Requirement
  • May Term Signup Ends Monday
  • Drill Teams to Try National Title – Pershing Rifles, Rebelettes
  • Cheerleaders are Chosen for Next Year’s Squad
  • Eblen, Tom. Sprinkler System Asked for Several Older Dorms
  • December Graduation Ceremony Proposed
  • Early Applications Could Ease Dormitory Shortages Next Fall
  • Budde, Neil. Uncertainly Surrounds Victory of State Educational Council
  • Stone, Oskar. Western is Looking Up
  • Reynolds, Les. Intramural Rules Not Fair
  • Mami, Alfina. Looking Inward: Counseling Students Learn Self-Analysis First
  • Young, Monte. Racial Awareness Panel Discusses Blacks, Whites
  • More than 120 Receive Honors
  • Jimmy Buffet to Appear in Concert Wednesday
  • Audit Requires IDs for Checks
  • What’s Happening – Club News
  • Ribar, Richard. Three Recitals Scheduled
  • Crumpler, David. Chekhov Play is Comic Mixture – The Good Doctor
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Western’s Foes Hope for Revenge in State Meet – Track & Field
  • Grove, Jim. University of Kentucky to Test Toppers Here Today – Tennis
  • Western Signs 6-7 Iowan – John Rahn
  • Kuhl, Greg. Sliding . . . All Ranks of Baseball Attracting Fewer Blacks
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Footballers to Assist Toppers at Urbana
  • All-Starter is Signed by Julia Yeater – Vivian Higgs
  • Western Soccer Club Wins, 3-1
  • White, Don. Tops Fall to Southern Illinois University, 7-0, Visit Centre College Today
  • Lady Golfers to End Season
  • Schaftlein, Mark. Four Teams Gain Basketball Playoffs
  • Toppers Trail Three in All-Sports Contest


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