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

  • Judd, Alan. Lot Not Filled Despite Crunch
  • CBS Correspondent Will Speak Tonight – Charles Kuralt
  • Eblen, Tom. Campus Police: Between a Rock and a Hard Place
  • Eblen, Tom. Loggins and Mason May Appear Nov. 8
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha to Show Fashions Tomorrow
  • Douglas, Michelle. New Social Issues Course to Explore Racial, Sexual Bias
  • Civil Rights Leader to Speak Today – Pam Elam
  • Evaluation is Vehicle for Change
  • Editorial Cartoon: Concert Life Raft
  • Bruce, Don. Punk Rock Slithers Across Sea
  • Ribar, Richard. Power of Fantasies Very Seal
  • Young, Monte. Black Student Group Tries to Reorganize – United Black Students
  • Ride Boards Effective, Rarely Used
  • Brazilian Film to Show Tonight
  • Repair of Walk Almost Done
  • Downing University Center Elevator to be Fixed Today
  • Checks Due Soon
  • Egan, Sherry. 5 Sororities Competing in Sigma Chi Derby
  • Fahrenheit 451 to Open Oct. 19 – Green River Readers
  • Minton, Don. Car Vandalism Decreases
  • Freshman Election Today
  • Judd, Alan. 2 Clubs Make Treasure Out of Recycled Trash – Environmental Technology Club, American Society of Engineers
  • Radio, Television Directors to Meet on Campus Saturday
  • Kerrick, Sara. Sensitivity Inspires Weaver to Make Everyday Things Art – Lysbeth Wallace
  • Deadline Today for Queen Nominees
  • Kerrick, Sara. Venereal Disease Patients Aren’t Stereotypes
  • Eblen, Tom. Theft Leads Campus Crime
  • Man Charged With Indecent Exposure Arrested Tuesday by Campus Police
  • Vincent, Robin. Tuition Breakdown Shows Fees Have Several Purposes
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Tennessee Tech to Invade; Lawrence Jefferson May Return
  • Furman Meet to Test Western’s Progress – Track & Field
  • Ray Farmer Leads Ohio Valley Conference in Punting
  • Rally Tonight to Organize Spirit Contest
  • Murray to Test Tops
  • Toppers to Face Powers East Tennessee, Tennessee Tech - Riflery
  • Meet at University of Kentucky to be Tough for Toppers
  • Central Breezes - Intramurals


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