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

  • Galloway, Amy, et al. Shah of Iran May Leave U.S. Within 10 Days – Mohammed Reza Pahlavi
  • Galloway, Amy. Natural 97 is Changing to Mellow Music Format – WLBJ-FM
  • Carpenter, Steve. Faculty Meeting with Kentucky Education Association
  • Fish, Tim & Cecelia Mason. Workers Say Union Would Lead to Higher Wages
  • Local Board Shuns Students Again – Bowling Green-Warren County Board of Adjustments, Maranatha Christian Center
  • Gibbons, Roland. Editorial Cartoon – Ayatollah Khomeini & Uncle Sam
  • Fairleigh, Joe. Ad Policy Criticized
  • Reneae, Richard. Crowding Dangerous – Children’s Theatre
  • Whitaker, David & Monte Young. Protesters Can’t See Iranians for the Trees
  • Rutter, Laura. Swimming Pool Criticized
  • Zube, Alan. Not Reigstered, Young Democrats, Young Republicans
  • Watson, Kathy. Building too Cold – Thompson Science Complex
  • Murphy, David. Homework Not Done – Track & Field
  • Owen, Karen. Associated Student Government Wants Keen Hall to be Coed Dorm
  • Fish, Tim. Waylon Jennigns May Perform Here
  • Western Celebrates 73rd Year
  • Galloway, Amy. Faculty Promoting Pay Schedule Use
  • Leagues Give Many Chance for Bowling – Intramurals
  • Choirs to Present Concert Monday
  • Bailey, Cindi. Library Director is Delegate to White House Conference – Earl Wassom
  • Change Lets More Take Typing Here
  • The World According to Garp Presentation is Canceled – Interpreters Theatre
  • MacDonald, Margaret. Rule of Laughter has No Exception in a Midsummer Night’s Dream
  • Stewart, Kevin. Toppers Could Ruin Murray State University’s Chances for Playoff Berth - Football
  • Young, Monte. Saturday is Last Chance for Nine Topper Seniors
  • McKenzie, Tim. Sigma Chi Wins Football Title
  • George, Tommy. Western Aims for National Top Ten – Track & Field
  • Foley, Debbie. Riflery Season to End


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