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

  • Mason, Cecelia & Mark Hess. Sunshine Promotions May Stop Booking Shows Here
  • Comer, Diane. Early Demand for Rooms Puzzles Housing Office
  • Wheeler, Fred. Frisbee Club Sets Distance Record
  • Greek Week Under Way
  • Cross Family to Perform in Free Show
  • Judd, Alan. Nuke Iran?
  • Gibbons, Roland – Editorial Cartoon – Ayatollah Khomeini & Uncle Sam
  • Waggoner, Gayle. Changes Will Hurt International Programs
  • Burke, Mike. Propaganda Distributed?
  • Buckman, William. Editorial Did Injustice
  • Riedlinger, Rhonda. Wee Care Thanks Western
  • Thornton, Steve et al. David Rue Congratulated
  • Bilbrey, Greg. Bands Rocked Loud, Long in Concert – REO Speedwagon
  • Carpenter, Steve. Inauguration Speaker Still not Confirmed
  • High Schoolers to Compete in Literature & Grammar
  • Russian Pianist to Appear May 12 – Bella Davidovich
  • 2 Studio Shows Tonight
  • Wood, Michele. Associated Student Government Candidates Preparing for Election
  • Co-operative Education Participants Cited – Brent Jesse, Michael Flora
  • Crafts & Music to Highlight April-fest
  • Search Group Appointed – Development
  • Exchange Trip Available – Summer Crossroads
  • Heath, Mark. Toppers Face University of Kentucky as Road Trip Ends – Baseball
  • Younkin, Linda. Lorri Kokkola, Angie Bradley Lead Tops Over Eastern Kentucky University – Track & Field
  • University of Kentucky’s Dwane Casey Picked to Join Basketball Coaching Staff
  • Stewart, Kevin. Baseball Team Making Skeptics Believers
  • George, Tommy. Western Loses to Morehead State, University of Kentucky, Will Play Middle Tennessee State University Today – Tennis
  • Stewart, Kevin. Advantage Turns Sour as Ohio Valley Conference Title Defense Falls Short


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