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

  • Kerrick, Sara. Some Find Residency Hard to Prove
  • Eblen, Tom. Light Flight Rises as Popular Hobby – Hot Air Balloons
  • Bruce, Don. Speech Criticizes Government on Interference, Spending – Ronald Reagan
  • Hepp, Jan. Organizers Were Enterprising About Getting Speaker for Free Enterprise Fair
  • Students Aiding in Rural Areas
  • Mac Frampton Tonight
  • Japanese Film Set Thursday at 7:45 P.M.
  • 10 Freshmen File in Primary
  • Yearbook Adviser Gets Top Honor – Roger Loewen
  • Birth-Control Clinic Needed on Campus
  • Editorial Cartoon: Bar License Issue, Gibbons
  • Crumb, Glenn. Clarifies Story
  • Halicks, Richard. It Just Wasn’t the Same for the Dynamic Ronald Reagan
  • Henry, Gary. Dislikes Don Bruce Column
  • Wesolowski, James. Supports William Buckman – Faculty Regent
  • Schmoker, Pam. Commends Columnist Don Bruce
  • Reactions Favorable to Longer Lobby Hours
  • Recreation, Tourism Seminars to be in Diddle Next Month
  • Post, Audrey. Skipping: Cutting Classes Can be Expensive
  • Pizza, Pottery and Crime Prevention Make Up Interhall Council Activities
  • Vincent, Robin. Few Complaining to Associated Student Government Committee
  • Young, Monte. Papers by Mail No Problem
  • Mami, Alfina. Academic Council Changes Nine Art Prerequisites
  • City Census Will Not Mean Dorm Survey
  • 2 Lot Closings Limit Parking This Week
  • Science Days Set This Week
  • No Tips Received on Tower Arsonist – Pearce-Ford Tower
  • Grove, Jim. Austin Peay Gets to Cheer With 21-3 Victory
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Western May Need Some Style Changes
  • White, Don. Violence Rare at Greek Intramural Games
  • Toppers Split Against University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, Indiana University
  • Steve Brittingham, John Miller Pace Tops in Win – Riflery
  • Wite, Don. Freshman Duo 1-2 as Tops Rout Southeast Missouri – Track & Field


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