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

  • Provost, Joan. Clerks’ Jobs Eye-Opening
  • Students Will Quiz Council on Higher Education Chief Today – Harry Snyder
  • Hancock, Catherine. Despite Scientific Feats, Steve Estok Chooses Writing
  • Judd, Alan. Associated Student Government Constitution Ratification Slowed
  • Panhellenic Head to Lead Workshop – Charles Wright
  • Free Concert Draws 3,300
  • Senior Elected – Tom Hayes
  • Delays at Clinic Are a Bitter Pill
  • Editorial Cartoon: Student Turned Away from Clinic, Gibbons
  • Halicks, Richard. Band Made Concerted Effort, but Fans Were Few
  • Stichtenoth, Keith. Calls Column Bizarre
  • Whitaker, David. Chicken Theft Attributed to Phantom
  • Nicholls, Mikal & Mark Siegfried. Wants Cooling Sooner
  • Patterson, Rita. Favors Equal Rights Amendment Passage
  • Annual Banquet Recognizes More Than 130 Students
  • Chess Tournament Saturday
  • Beshear, Tom. Bowling Green Community College Offers Non-Traditional Alternative
  • Young, Monte. Black and White Separation Worries Some Greek Leaders
  • Tutors Can Ease Finals Week Blues
  • Judd, Alan. Council on Higher Education Won’t Study Programs Until Fall
  • Literary Magazines Win Award – Zephyrus
  • White, Don. Bats Silent As Tops Lose One, Tie Other - Baseball
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Western Against 3 Tough Opponents – Tennis
  • All-State Signs – Kenny Ellis
  • Women’s Tennis
  • Tennis Signee – Sandy Leslie
  • Men’s Track
  • Women’s Golf
  • Frederick, Elise. Coach Says Injuries Won’t Slow Toppers in Kentucky Women’s Intercollegiate Conference – Track & Field
  • Whitaker, David. Blue-Chipper No.1 Seed Katy Strozdas Got First Women’s Athletic Grant
  • Taylor, Beth. Millers, Trojans Advance to Men’s Softball Final


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