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

  • Wildman, Judy. Academic Council Scrutinizes General Education
  • Minton, Don. Boy Has 42000 Cigarette Packs for Wheelchair, More Education – Russell Pippin
  • Kerrick, Sara. Door-to-Door Soliciting Banned in Dorms, Officials Say
  • Moore, Gary. New Class Gets a Charge Out of Electronic Music
  • Hybrid Philosophy is Not Necessarily Bad
  • Sanders, Linda. The Big Weekend: Home is Where the Ham Is
  • Wolfe, Bill. Stacks of Water Await Unwary Traveler
  • Taylor, Susan. Sororities Discuss Problems
  • What’s Happening – Club News
  • Folk Crafts, Music Planned by University Center Board – Downing University Center
  • Hohman, Pat. Jobs: Prospect are Better for Skilled Graduates, But . . .
  • Eblen, Tom. . . . Employers Do Less Recruiting
  • Ribar, Richard & David Crumpler. Two Seek Roadster to Happiness in Film
  • Forensics Activities Gain Momentum
  • Lecturer to Talk on British Schools – John Ferguson
  • Job Seminar Set for Tomorrow – Sigma Delta Chi
  • Kerrick, Sara. Professors Nominated for Ugly Man Award
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Kiko Ledesma Leads Tops to Championship - Swimming
  • Stinnett, Roger. Gymnasts Rebound to Finish Second
  • White, Don. Western Slips by Middle Tennessee State University, 76-74
  • Sports in Brief
  • White, Don. Barry Shollenberger Hopeful Despite Questionable Defense - Baseball
  • Moore, Gary. Frank Griffin’s Golfers Face Challenge
  • Shirley Laney’s Job: Mix Old and New Players
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Distancemen to Lead Tops Again
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Carla Coffey Optimistic about Change in Attitudes
  • Several Sports on Intramural Calendar
  • Grove, Jim. Despite Mother Nature, Netters are Favorites in Ohio Valley Conference
  • Moore, Gary. Bad Winter Limits Tops Practice


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