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

  • Wolfe, Bill. Housing Cost, Activity Fee May Go Up
  • Judd, Alan. Associated Student Government Might Lose Control of Concerts
  • Council on Higher Education Director Calls Western Sound – Harry Snyder
  • Lee, Renee. I Passed! Passing English Test Brings Relief to Some
  • State to Manage University Vehicles
  • 54 Upper Level Hours Good Idea Won’t Work
  • Editorial Cartoon: Repent the Finals are Near, Gibbons
  • Judd, Alan. Open Season on Recruits
  • Rohner, Steve. Music Publicity Scanty
  • Young, Monte. Alpha Delta Pi, Lambda Chi Alpha Place First in Greek Week Competition
  • More Parking Lots Due This Summer
  • McCord, Tom. Comedy, Mystery Featured in Trifles and Bald Soprano
  • Two Teachers Get Grants – Ron Veenker, Patricia MacLeish
  • Testerman, Becky. Bluegrass Crowds Relaxed, Casual
  • Judd, Alan. Congress Considering Plans for Increased Student Aid
  • Blackout Leaves Western De-Lighted
  • Owen, Karen. Kid Stuff: 85 Wiggly Youngsters Spend Days Together – Kinder Kollege
  • Clark, John. Energy Cutbacks Remain in Effect
  • Lecture Tomorrow on Panama Treaty – Gene Preston
  • Lee, Renee. All Come: Amateurs Pros Compete in Track Meet
  • 1,114 Register in Advance
  • Frederick, Elise. Second-Place Finish Pleases Coach – Track & Field
  • Whitaker, David. Wins Over Vanderbilt, Memphis Run Toppers Record to 13-2 – Tennis
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Jimmy Feix Changes Tops Offense, Defense
  • David Faller Takes First – Fencing
  • White, Don. Tops Beat Kentucky for Only Road Trip Win – Baseball
  • Basketball Signee – Joel May
  • Men’s Track
  • Women’s Golf
  • Men’s Tennis


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