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

  • Election Day is Slow for Politicos
  • Collins, Mike. Gov. John Y. Brown to Speak on Campus Today
  • Rodes-Harlin Hall Roof to be Installed by Winter
  • Pillow, Robert. Bathroom Graffiti Debate Gays, Hostages
  • WKYU-FM to Air Saturday
  • Shirley, Margaret. Economics Student Lacking Incentive
  • Editorial Cartoon: Ronald Reagan Bulldozing Jimmy Carter
  • Whitaker, David. Rocky Horror Picture Show Fans Funnier Than Movie
  • Coohill, Thomas. Professor Comments
  • Ashdon, Julie. Talisman Incomplete
  • Kinsner, Sandy. Studio II is Class Project - Folklore
  • Mechanical Bull Ride Canceled
  • Hess, Mark. Winners Satisfy Physics Gods
  • Homecoming Activities Begin Tonight
  • Advance Registration for Spring Continues
  • Amateur Radio Club Helps Discourage Tricks – Halloween
  • Interhall Council Fails to Get Quorum at Meeting
  • Johnson, Nathan. Toughmen Amateur Boxers Battle for Prestige, Prize Money
  • Collins, Mike. Housing Form Due Dec. 19
  • Shirley, Margaret. Employees Protest Hair Covering Rule – Cafeterias
  • Pinkston, Janet. Commonwealth Festival Presents Living Literature – Interpreters Theatre
  • Galloway, Amy. New Schedule Bulletins Arranged by College
  • Galloway, Amy. Regents Approve Fund-Raising Proposal
  • Runner, Katharyn. Mechanical Monster Shakes Up Riders
  • Webb, Kevin. Western’s 8-0 Record Awes Middle Tennessee State University
  • Skaggs, Phil. Jim Barber Handled Pressure
  • Hall, Jim. Jimmy Feix Directed Aerial Assault in Western’s First Bowl Game – Refrigerator Bowl
  • Heath, Mark. Western’s Bowl Hopes Riding on Rankings
  • Stewart, Jeff. Old-Timer Still Loves Football – Paul Vaughan aka Burrhead
  • Skaggs, Phil. Ground Game Defeats Morehead
  • George, T.A. 1928 Toppers Dandy by Today’s Standards
  • Webb, Kevin. Football Tradition Evolves from Violent Beginning
  • Webb, Kevin. Virgil Livers Starts Late, but Keeps on Playing
  • Skaggs, Phil. Award Winners Mirror Al Almond’s Devotion
  • Heath, Mark. Former Defensive Back Has a New Challenge – Bill Green
  • Heath, Mark. Tank Wilson’s Path Leads to Principal’s Job – Vernon Wilson
  • McKenzie, Tim. Former Defensive Tackle Earned a Special Place at Western – Walt Heath
  • Roster – Riflery, Basketball, Troy Snardon, Lamont Meacham
  • Stewart, Jeff. Former Fullback Recalls Simple Days at Western – D.Y. Dunn
  • Heath, Mark. John Hall Hopes to Improve His Marks in Final Home Appearance


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